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13-Piece Cuisinart Contour Non-Stick Hard Anodized Cookware Set EXPIRED

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BuyDig has 13-Piece Cuisinart Contour Non-Stick Hard Anodized Cookware Set (64-13) on sale for $129. Shipping is free. Thanks iconian
  • 1.5-Quart Saucepan w/ cover
  • 2.5-Quart Saucepan w/ cover
  • 3-Quart Saute Pan w/ cover
  • 4-Quart Dutch Oven w/ cover
  • 8-Quart Stockpot w/ cover
  • 8" Skillet
  • 10" Skillet
  • Steamer Insert (fits 8-Quart Stockpot)
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13 Piece Cuisinart Contour Non-Stick Hard Anodized Cookware Set (64-13) [buydig.com] $129 + free s/h
  • 1.5 Qt. Saucepan with cover
  • 2.5 Qt. Saucepan with cover
  • 3 Qt. Saute Pan with cover
  • 4 Qt. Dutch Oven with cover
  • 8 Qt. Stockpot with cover
  • 8" Skillet
  • 10" Skillet
  • Steamer Insert (fits 8 Qt. Stockpot)
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Honestly, I have no idea why people would buy an entire cookware set in nonstick? Nonstick is great for a skillet, but a stockpot? Dutch oven? Good god no. Those should be stainless (triple ply, preferably), or cast iron. You shouldn't be using nonstick when you're pan-searing things since high heat will degrade the nonstick.

So get a nonstick skillet, a cast iron skillet, an enameled cast iron Dutch oven, and a stainless saucepan and stockpot. You'll get the best of all worlds, and not end up with duplicates sitting in your cabinet somewhere.

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Anyone know if there's a chance of them being fake ?
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That's a great deal. Lifetime warranty. If it's anything like my Circulon pans they cover anything that happens. Just got two replacement pans when the non stick started going bad after a few years of use.
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Does anyone know if this is compatible with an induction cooktop? Walmart shows Yes, but I don't see it mentioned anywhere else.
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I don't think these are dishwasher safe. (?) Please correct me if I'm wrong.
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I don't think these are dishwasher safe. (?) Please correct me if I'm wrong.
A good portion of the hard-anodized cookware is either not recommended or not dishwasher safe as the harsher detergents tend to compromise the surface and protective coatings.
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Was about to pull the trigger, went to Amazon to check price. Excellent buy but
terrible reviews as far as chipping, peeling and dishwasher. Not safe according to reviewers. Too bad.
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Was about to pull the trigger, went to Amazon to check price. Excellent buy but
terrible reviews as far as chipping, peeling and dishwasher. Not safe according to reviewers. Too bad.
I see all 4.5 stars for this product on Amazon. only a few reports of scratching but that's to be expected of nonstick cookware. lifetime warranty might replace it. but these are like $20/pan at this price so..
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Honestly, I have no idea why people would buy an entire cookware set in nonstick? Nonstick is great for a skillet, but a stockpot? Dutch oven? Good god no. Those should be stainless (triple ply, preferably), or cast iron. You shouldn't be using nonstick when you're pan-searing things since high heat will degrade the nonstick.

So get a nonstick skillet, a cast iron skillet, an enameled cast iron Dutch oven, and a stainless saucepan and stockpot. You'll get the best of all worlds, and not end up with duplicates sitting in your cabinet somewhere.
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Honestly, I have no idea why people would buy an entire cookware set in nonstick? Nonstick is great for a skillet, but a stockpot? Dutch oven? Good god no. Those should be stainless (triple ply, preferably), or cast iron. You shouldn't be using nonstick when you're pan-searing things since high heat will degrade the nonstick.

So get a nonstick skillet, a cast iron skillet, an enameled cast iron Dutch oven, and a stainless saucepan and stockpot. You'll get the best of all worlds, and not end up with duplicates sitting in your cabinet somewhere.
From a chef, you are SO right!
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Honestly, I have no idea why people would buy an entire cookware set in nonstick? Nonstick is great for a skillet, but a stockpot? Dutch oven? Good god no. Those should be stainless (triple ply, preferably), or cast iron. You shouldn't be using nonstick when you're pan-searing things since high heat will degrade the nonstick.

So get a nonstick skillet, a cast iron skillet, an enameled cast iron Dutch oven, and a stainless saucepan and stockpot. You'll get the best of all worlds, and not end up with duplicates sitting in your cabinet somewhere.
Dang all you guys and your sensible comments! Saved me $129 today.
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Costco carries a similar set for about $30 more
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