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10-Pc All-Clad D5 Brushed Stainless Steel Cookware + Petite Roaster with Rack EXPIRED

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Bloomingdales has 10-Piece All-Clad D5 Brushed Stainless Steel Cookware + Petite Roaster with Rack on sale for $524.99 (25% off discount applied in cart) - 10% promo code from email or text signup = $472.49. Shipping is free, otherwise select free store pickup where stock permits. Thanks Perrumpo

Includes:
  • All-Clad 8" Fry Pan
  • All-Clad 10" Fry Pan
  • All-Clad 1.5-Quart Saucepan w/ Lid
  • All-Clad 3-Quart Saucepan w/ Lid
  • All-Clad 3-Quart Saute Pan w/ Lid
  • All-Clad 8-Quart Stock Pot w/ Lid
  • All-Clad 14" Petite Roaster with Nonstick Rack
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Bloomingdale's [bloomingdales.com] has 10-Piece All-Clad D5 Brushed Stainless Steel Cookware Set + All-Clad 14" Petite Roaster with Nonstick Rack (automatically added to cart) on sale for $699.99 + 25%-off automatically applied in cart. Shipping is free. Stacks with 10%-off promo code for email or text signup for a final price of $472.49.

Additionally, Chase is offering 6% bonus cash back at Bloomingdale's when you shop through the Chase Ultimate Rewards website.

Includes
All-Clad 8" Fry Pan
All-Clad 10" Fry Pan
All-Clad 1.5-Quart Saucepan w/ Lid
All-Clad 3-Quart Saucepan w/ Lid
All-Clad 3-Quart Saute Pan w/ Lid
All-Clad 8-Quart Stock Pot w/ Lid
All-Clad 14" Petite Roaster with Nonstick Rack
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These are GREAT pans! I just got a set about 2 months ago. Very well maid and so far I agree with this comment below. Soak and us a little oil and you willm be fine, and you can REALLY scrub them if you need too unlike the non-stick...and you wont have random bits of teflon and god knows what in your food.


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I picked d3 in august instead of d5, because the d3's were already way heavier to hold than my wife was used to, and there was no way i'd turn her onto even more weight with the 5's.

As far as cleaning, i would say start to finish, stainless isn't much worse than using non-stick and dicking around with plastic utensils and special non-abrasive scrubbies, so i wouldn't scratch the teflon. First time i used the d3 saucepan i burned mac&cheese. 1st time i used the frying pan i burned breaded chicken. (This was as i was also figuring out our new induction). I soaked the browned mac&cheese pan in vinegar for 5min and it wiped right off. I used Barkeeper's friend on the BLACKENED chicken pan and it looked brand new without much effort.

For me, cooking has been more fun not having to worry about screwing up my old non-sticks, and with BKF and a green scotch scrubby, im convinced these all clads and indestructible. I'm also convinced that if i've created a situation that requires any sort of effort to clean, that means i had the heat too high or i had too many burners going and got distracted, so it has been a (fun) learning curve

I did buy a teflon 8" d3 and ceramic Zwilling 8" for fish and omlettes. I don't mind needing to be careful when i'm cooking delicate food, but i can't imagine ever going back to a full set of nonstick cookware after using stainless for a few months now.
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This is exactly what I'm looking for. Don't know how good of a deal it is though... camel says Amazon has been down to $550 and that's it...
I'm at the age where I need to step up from my non-stick Big Lots pans that give me a teaspoon of nonstick coating per meal ... But worried since I remember using aluminum(maybe stainless?) pans in the 80s/90s and literally everything stuck to them and were a pain to clean. they were junk though. The reviews are mixed on cleaning... I'm sure they'll be fine but I have nightmares of any non-stick pans and cleaning them
watch videos on cooking with stainless. also stainless oa best for braising, roasting, sauteing and steaming. not great for eggs or proteins if you dont plan to deglaze. fish... forget about it. you need at least one good nonstick also
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Which coupon did you guys use? I tried to use the email coupon and it would not apply.
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This is exactly what I'm looking for. Don't know how good of a deal it is though... camel says Amazon has been down to $550 and that's it...
I'm at the age where I need to step up from my non-stick Big Lots pans that give me a teaspoon of nonstick coating per meal ... But worried since I remember using aluminum(maybe stainless?) pans in the 80s/90s and literally everything stuck to them and were a pain to clean. they were junk though. The reviews are mixed on cleaning... I'm sure they'll be fine but I have nightmares of any non-stick pans and cleaning them
I decided to subscribe to no pre-washing before throwing it in the dishwasher. It came out squeaky clean. If not, worst case is that about 85% of the work is done for you and you can go back through it with Bar Keepers Friend
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These are great pans- I've had mine for 20 years and have never had a problem with them and I use them daily. Definitely worth the investment. They are easy to clean with a sponge or Brillo. Let them soak for a bit with soap in hot water if it's a messier dish. I would not recommend putting these in the dishwasher.
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In for a set! Wife just mentioned she wanted a set from this company and BOOM, a slick deal. Perfect timing. Little nervous about cleaning though.
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It's heavier. I'm sure they're both heavy though. The D3 set with 1 less sauce pan and no free roaster was $225 . Like that this is brushed though...
could you post the link for the d3 set? Couldn't find it. Thanks
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I've slowly built my d5 collection over the last several years, after scoring my initial pieces on the cheap (shoutout to you, TJ Maxx).

I've used tremontia (sp?) and some higher end pans as well, but I love my d5 stuff. They are real workhorses in my kitchen.

Realistically, if you cook frequently, and the immediate hit to your bank account doesn't cause any missed mortgage payments, an extra $100 over the next 10? 20? years of use? Buy what you want to hold, use, and clean daily.
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Anyone have an extra 10% off code?
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My wife yelled at me for spending a ton of money on an All Clad set, much more than this.
That was 15 years ago and she'd never look back either.
This is a great deal keep a can of Barkeeper's friend around for the tough stuff.
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watch videos on cooking with stainless. also stainless oa best for braising, roasting, sauteing and steaming. not great for eggs or proteins if you dont plan to deglaze. fish... forget about it. you need at least one good nonstick also
Non stick had its place, sure, but Its not impossible to cook eggs and fish in SS pans without issue. It takes practice to get the heat right, and the fat (oil) preheated in the pan.

Alternatively, I use cast iron just about daily for fried eggs and searing crispy skin on proteins, etc. you can buy the most expensive copper core pans from Paris, and I'd still argue that a $20 Lodge cast iron skillet deserves a place right along side.

Fun fact: cast iron will never leach Teflon into your eggs.
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This is exactly what I'm looking for. Don't know how good of a deal it is though... camel says Amazon has been down to $550 and that's it...
I'm at the age where I need to step up from my non-stick Big Lots pans that give me a teaspoon of nonstick coating per meal ... But worried since I remember using aluminum(maybe stainless?) pans in the 80s/90s and literally everything stuck to them and were a pain to clean. they were junk though. The reviews are mixed on cleaning... I'm sure they'll be fine but I have nightmares of any non-stick pans and cleaning them
I don't know about these. I have All-Clad from 20+ years and they still look good and I use them almost everyday. Paid like $450 that many years ago. For eggs, I do use non stick as it is easier. Don't have issue with fish, chicken, steak. You have to let the pan heat up before adding any fats and meats. Then don't move them, let them form a crust and release naturally and flip.
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D3 does not have a flare rim for easier pouring while D5 does.

The only sticking I experienced with stainless is with fish and fried eggs. No problem with scrambled eggs. Stainless needs to be heated up without oil. Add some water and that drop should slide around like a hockey puck (Leidenfrost effect). If it does not, continue heating the pan and try again until it does. Once that drop slides around, empty it out, add oil, add food and keep an eye on the heat to make sure the oil is not smoking profusely.

Remember Chase has 5% back at department stores.

Having said that, I'll have to pass on this excellent deal. I'm using Cuisinart Multi-clad Pro 12-piece from Home Depot a while back for $135 and spending the difference on Demeyere Atlantis skillets instead. You're really not going to get that much better performance out of All-Clad stock pot/sauce pans (heating liquid) vs Multi-Clad Pro. The skillet and saute pans are where you want to get quality pieces.
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This is exactly what I'm looking for. Don't know how good of a deal it is though... camel says Amazon has been down to $550 and that's it...
I'm at the age where I need to step up from my non-stick Big Lots pans that give me a teaspoon of nonstick coating per meal ... But worried since I remember using aluminum(maybe stainless?) pans in the 80s/90s and literally everything stuck to them and were a pain to clean. they were junk though. The reviews are mixed on cleaning... I'm sure they'll be fine but I have nightmares of any non-stick pans and cleaning them
I have the saute pan and stock pot ..I have had them for over 15 years they have been great ...worth ever penny....
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Can anyone shed light on what makes this superior and far expensive than the cheaper $20-30 ones at jcpenney/Macy's. Sorry I'm not an expert at cookware
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