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Anolon Advanced 10-Qt Stockpot or Covered Wok + 2-Ct Pyrex Pie Plates EXPIRED

daisybeetle 12,978 73,265 September 28, 2016 at 10:51 AM in Kitchenware & Cookware (3) More Macy's Deals
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Promoted 09-30-2016 by johnny_miller at 10:44 PM View Original Post
Macy's has select Analon Advanced Cookware on sale following the steps below. Choose free store pickup where available, otherwise shipping is free when you add a beauty item to your order (from $4). Thanks daisybeetle

Steps:
  1. Add your choice of one of the Anolon items priced at $39.99
  2. Add 2-Pc Pyrex Pie Plates to qualify for coupon
    • Or you can add your own choice of item over $10.01 to qualify for promo (More Anolon)
  3. Proceed to checkout
  4. Enter $20 off $50 promo code MORE
  5. Total will be $30.98 + free store pickup
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Edited September 30, 2016 at 02:37 PM by cricket702
Choose store pickup where available. Shipping is free when you add a beauty item to your order
(from $4 [macys.com])
  1. Add your choice of one of the Anolon items priced at $39.99
  2. Add 2-Pc Pyrex Pie Plates [macys.com] to qualify for coupon
  3. Proceed to checkout
  4. Enter $20 off $50 promo code MORE
  5. Total will be $30.98 + free store pickup
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#3
Nice find! I almost bought the 10 qt stockpot a few weeks ago. I'm glad I waited.
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#4
The 11" Covered Grill Pan looks good to me, I will take one, thanks OP.
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#5
This same wok was selling at Macy's in early Sep for $25.

I won't really call this to be a better deal.
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#6
nonstick wok is like an oxymoron. Stir frying requires temperatures way above what a non-stick coating should ever be subjected to.
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#7
not good not good avoid.
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#8
good stuff thanks OP
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#9
not induction compatible
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Quote from Iggy27 View Post :
nonstick wok is like an oxymoron. Stir frying requires temperatures way above what a non-stick coating should ever be subjected to.
can't do home stirfry anyways, i doubt 99% of homes have stoves with enough btu's anyways.
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#11
From the product picture, I don't see any steam vent in the lid for the stockpot. Can anybody confirm that? Thanks.

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#12
I kinda want to pick up a stockpot and a wok, but the posts here and reviews on site have me second-guessing myself. Mainly want the stockpot for pasta prep but seems still too high for just that purpose/use. The wok just looks cool, but the consensus is to walk away is what I'm picking up here.
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#13
Uoubcab get a set for kmly $19.99 @ costco
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#14
unless you have a good gas range, you really are not going to get enough BTUs to 'truly' stir fry especially with a heavy cast iron or carbon steel wok. Having said that....as someone who stir fries every day at home, a quality nonstick wok is a must and I have loved Anolon in the past. I've wasted tons of money on cheaper woks thinking if I seasoned them enough they would not stick. if you have an electric range, a good wide flat bottom is good.

COOKS ILLUSTRATED recommends not even using a wok pan at home fyi but a large saute pan....it's all about surface area
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Last edited by goosedude October 2, 2016 at 06:41 AM.
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