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64-Piece Sedona Kitchen-In-A-Box Cookware & Food Storage Set EXPIRED

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Macy's has 64-Piece Sedona Kitchen-In-A-Box Cookware & Food Storage Set on sale for $53.99 when you apply promo code TWODAY25 in cart. Shipping is free, otherwise select free store pickup where available. Thanks savvyshopper7903

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  • 8-Piece Cookware Set:
    • 1-qt. sauce pan w/ lid
    • 3-qt. sauce pan w/ lid
    • 8" saute pan
    • 10" saute pan
    • 12" fry pan w/ lid
  • 24-Piece Plastic Storage Set:
    • 3x 9-oz. round containers w/ lids
    • 3x 25-oz. round containers w/ lids
    • 3x 25-oz. square containers w/ lids
    • 3x 32-oz. square containers w/ lids
  • 6-Piece Tool Set:
    • 5x 12"L nylon tools (spoon, slotted turner, spaghetti server, ladle, whisk) plus stainless steel tool caddy
  • 4-Piece Stainless Steel Mixing Bowl Set:
    • 1-qt. mixing & prep bowl w/ plastic led
    • 1.25-qt. mixing & prep bowl w/ plastic lid
  • 5x Plastic Measuring Cups
  • 5x Plastic Measuring Spoons
  • 3-Piece Plastic Cutting Board Set
    • Large 14" x 10"
    • Medium 11.4" x 7.75"
    • Small 8" x 3.35"
  • Set of 2 carbon Steel Nonstick Baking Sheets:
    • Medium 15" x 11"
    • Large 17" x 11.6"
  • Set of 2 Silicone Pot Holders
  • Set of 4 bag clips
  • 1000ml Measuring Cup
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Macy's [macys.com] has 64-Piece Sedona Kitchen-In-A-Box Cookware & Food Storage Set on sale for $63.99 - $15% Off when you apply promo code TWODAY = $54.39. Shipping is free, or free store pickup where available.

Includes:
  • 8-Piece Cookware Set:
    • 1-qt. sauce pan w/ lid
    • 3-qt. sauce pan w/ lid
    • 8" saute pan
    • 10" saute pan
    • 12" fry pan w/ lid
  • 24-Piece Plastic Storage Set:
    • (3) 9-oz. round containers w/ lids
    • (3) 25-oz. round containers w/ lids
    • (3) 25-oz. square containers w/ lids
    • (3) 32-oz. square containers w/ lids
  • 6-Piece Tool Set:
    • (5) 12"L nylon tools (spoon, slotted turner, spaghetti server, ladle, whisk) plus stainless steel tool caddy
  • 4-Piece Stainless Steel Mixing Bowl Set:
    • 1-qt. mixing & prep bowl w/ plastic led
    • 1.25-qt. mixing & prep bowl w/ plastic lid
  • 5 Plastic Measuring Cups
  • 5 Plastic Measuring Spoons
  • 3-Piece Plastic Cutting Board Set
    • Large 14" x 10"
    • Medium 11.4" x 7.75"
    • Small 8" x 3.35"
  • Set of 2 carbon Steel Nonstick Baking Sheets:
    • Medium 15" x 11"
    • Large 17" x 11.6"
  • Set of 2 Silicone Pot Holders
  • Set of 4 bag clips
  • 1 Measuring Cup 1000ml capacity
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Not bad for college kids looking to cook or if you need a quick set. Won't last long though.
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Not bad for college kids looking to cook or if you need a quick set. Won't last long though.
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In for one. Travel a lot for work, usually go for the kitchenettes at hotels and it's hit or miss if they have this stuff in room!!!
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Nice little set, wish it had a larger stock pot and possibly some glass bakeware. My cooking basics for survival would simply be a frying pan, plus a 9-in square baking dish and then just a small pot for heating up water. You can make about 99% of everything with just those three vessels. So in that case just take the 50 bucks and buy 3 nice ones instead of several ones that might not be as high of quality. My food for thought.
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Any one have any brand recommendations for a good one, for like everyday use?
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Nice little set, wish it had a larger stock pot and possibly some glass bakeware. My cooking basics for survival would simply be a frying pan, plus a 9-in square baking dish and then just a small pot for heating up water. You can make about 99% of everything with just those three vessels. So in that case just take the 50 bucks and buy 3 nice ones instead of several ones that might not be as high of quality. My food for thought.
For "survival" all you need is a dutch oven. You can fry, braise, slow cook, boil water, deep fry, bake, etc. But you know that already.
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For "survival" all you need is a dutch oven. You can fry, braise, slow cook, boil water, deep fry, bake, etc. But you know that already.
You got me on that one. I should have said "bare basics" or "essentials" but not survival...unless it is how to survive a college dorm room.

A dutch oven also doubles for body armor. For those wanting a tactical advantage.
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Any one have any brand recommendations for a good one, for like everyday use?
This set might be nice for all of the extras that come with it (cutting boards, baking trays, utensils), then you could just replace the items that wear out with better quality items. People have the same idea with tool sets (drill bits/socket sets/wrench sets)...buy a cheap set then replace broken/common tools with better quality ones.

There is an aversion to any kind of Teflon coated frying pans (non-stick coating) because they are saying that ingesting particles from the compound is cancerous. So there are other alternatives, it seems some of the ceramic coated pans work nicely. They are a little expensive and you have to read pretty close to the labeling of the products. We've scored several good deals on these at local TJ Max and HomeGood's stores for 10-15 bucks. You might want to find a silicon turner or something less abrasive than metal or wood to preserve the cooking surface of the pan.

Pan sets...as long as it's good decently thick stainless with good handles (plastic ones tend to be cheaper with metal handles being better) then you're okay. If you get a nonstick ones , they may be easier to clean but it is going to wear out and you'll be replacing it. A brand that I've used is Calphalon cookware. I rarely use a big pan for anything since I'm cooking for just 1-2 people most of the time, so a could easily get by with just a 2-3 quart sauce pan. I've used several other cheaper sets and as long as you don't overheat them (burn things inside of them) and abuse them by dropping them or scratching them up, they will last for years.

I like Pyrex dishes, Corningware bakeware is okay but Pyrex is my fave...easy to clean and can come with a storage lid. I like Corningware dishes too...ultra thin, easy to clean and easy to store.

Hope this helps, or at least gives you some leads for shopping.
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