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All Clad Factory 2nds Sale: 9" SD5 French Skillet EXPIRED

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Home and Cook Sales is having their All-Clad Factory Seconds Sale. Provide your Email Address to enter the sale. Get an Additional 10% Off $75+ Orders when you apply discount code ACVIP10. Shipping is free on $75+ orders.
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    • The products which are for sale on this site are factory seconds. They have minor cosmetic scratches and/or dents. There are no defects which will affect the cookware's performance.
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These things are NOT nonstick. Make sure you have a layer of oil that has a chance to heat up. Don't move food until they have unstuck from the pan. In other words, to sear a chicken... Pre heat the pan on medium high. Add a layer of oil. Put on a DRY chicken breast (make sure you pat dry with paper towels) and let it sear until it naturally releases.
Turn your heat down a bit.
I bought a seconds pan from them and to this day do not know what was wrong with it

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Sweet. Grabbed the CC set. Thanks OP.
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What does second quality mean?

https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=KzN...e=youtu.be America's Test Kitchen calls out all-clad D3 pan as the one to go with.
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What does second quality mean?

https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=KzN...e=youtu.be America's Test Kitchen calls out all-clad D3 pan as the one to go with.
Literally says it right at the link . . .

"The products which are for sale on this site are FACTORY SECONDS. They have minor cosmetic scratches and/or dents. There are no defects which will affect the cookware's performance."
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Quote from z4m :
What does second quality mean?

https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=KzN...e=youtu.be America's Test Kitchen calls out all-clad D3 pan as the one to go with.

Usually some minor cosmetic defect. The last skillet I ordered had a small scratch on the interior, works absolutely flawlessly and is much more scratched up now (but in a well-loved, much used, way)
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Missed the last sale. Finally got D5 pot been waiting for.
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Anyone want to trade tips for getting things not to stick / burn on? Ive had these for a few years but still run into issues.

I've read that it's good to pre-heat these until throwing a drop of water on will result in that drop rolling around like a bead. Then adding the oil. Problem is that most oil I use will smoke at this point. So I have to throw the oil in and then add the food immediately so that the food cools things down enough so that the oil doesn't burn and smoke.

Once things are burned on though, I've had a good experience using either barkeepers friend or bon ami cleaner along with some of those green scrub pads.
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I bought a seconds pan from them and to this day do not know what was wrong with it
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Quote from MagentaTent7691 :
Anyone want to trade tips for getting things not to stick / burn on? Ive had these for a few years but still run into issues.

I've read that it's good to pre-heat these until throwing a drop of water on will result in that drop rolling around like a bead. Then adding the oil. Problem is that most oil I use will smoke at this point. So I have to throw the oil in and then add the food immediately so that the food cools things down enough so that the oil doesn't burn and smoke.

Once things are burned on though, I've had a good experience using either barkeepers friend or bon ami cleaner along with some of those green scrub pads.
Turn your heat down a bit.
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Coupon "ACVIP10" comes up as invalid for me unless I have $75 or more worth of items in cart, worth noting for others who are only grabbing a roaster or such and wondering why it doesn't apply for them.
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Quote from MagentaTent7691 :
Anyone want to trade tips for getting things not to stick / burn on? Ive had these for a few years but still run into issues.

I've read that it's good to pre-heat these until throwing a drop of water on will result in that drop rolling around like a bead. Then adding the oil. Problem is that most oil I use will smoke at this point. So I have to throw the oil in and then add the food immediately so that the food cools things down enough so that the oil doesn't burn and smoke.

Once things are burned on though, I've had a good experience using either barkeepers friend or bon ami cleaner along with some of those green scrub pads.
Use an oil with a higher smoke point. Avocado or ghee is great.
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Quote from MagentaTent7691 :
Anyone want to trade tips for getting things not to stick / burn on? Ive had these for a few years but still run into issues.

I've read that it's good to pre-heat these until throwing a drop of water on will result in that drop rolling around like a bead. Then adding the oil. Problem is that most oil I use will smoke at this point. So I have to throw the oil in and then add the food immediately so that the food cools things down enough so that the oil doesn't burn and smoke.

Once things are burned on though, I've had a good experience using either barkeepers friend or bon ami cleaner along with some of those green scrub pads.
These things are NOT nonstick. Make sure you have a layer of oil that has a chance to heat up. Don't move food until they have unstuck from the pan. In other words, to sear a chicken... Pre heat the pan on medium high. Add a layer of oil. Put on a DRY chicken breast (make sure you pat dry with paper towels) and let it sear until it naturally releases.
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These are great prices and I've heard good things about All-Clad seconds. I will just mention that last week I was able to get a 3 qt. All-Clad D3 saucepan for $95 because it's currently on sale and you can stack a 20% off Bed Bath and Beyond coupon. As far as I can tell nothing else they sell is that deeply discounted.
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