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post #11 of 28 Old 07-27-2012, 05:40 PM
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Two words All-Clad. Love, love, LOVE our pans. Expensive as heck but so worth the investment. We have the copper core pans. Browse products - Copper-Core Collection - All-Clad

All-Clad does have some nonstick frying pans as well - NONSTICK FRY PAN 8" - All-Clad


We can do more with these pans than a lot of ones that you can pick up elsewhere. We can take them from the stove top to into the stove (needed for some recipes) without any issues, where with some pans, you just cannot do that.
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I love anything I can put in the oven, how do they do with scrambled eggs? LOL!

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Just a word of caution, all emeril wear and cuisinart products are not made in the US. All-clad is, except...as I mentioned earlier, some of their lids. Metal alloys are controlled in the US, and the specification and controls in place per given type have been around forever. I do not play around w chronically exposing myself or my family to "chinese made" metal alloys that I intend to heat and eat off of. THis may seem picky, but while cookware such as All-Clad is pricey, it never gives out, and I don't worry about it containing cadmium or the like.
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That's an excellent point Missy May.

As the scrambled eggs? hehehe well the boys love them so that means it works
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I agree 100%.
Crazy how scary and hard it is TO FIND A GOOD SAFE FRYING PAN! Insanity.

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That's an excellent point Missy May.

As the scrambled eggs? hehehe well the boys love them so that means it works
LOL! Do they stick, do you use anything to keep them from sticking?

I once got two new pans from my mom, on the label it said to not use them AROUND BIRDS because of the chemicals released. Tossed those too.
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Oh well we always put a little bit of butter in the pan when cooking eggs anyways. haven't have any problems with sticking at all.
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Hubby, who's the family chef, drools over calphalon
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I don't have any of the non-stick all-clad and it does not stick - makes great eggs, you have to put oil w it, though. If you follow their "piece specific" temp range and washing instructions...and don't let hubby scratch them w a metal utensile or scouring pad...I don't think a problem is likely.
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Cast iron frypans for me. Just have to coat them in oil every once in a while and heat them on the stove to keep a good natural non-stick coating on. And don't scrub them or put them in a dishwasher, just wash and rince. But use a tea towel or oven glove when cooking because the handles get hot.
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