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        07-28-2012, 01:38 AM
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    Scanpan gets my vote Shipping & Returns : Scanpan Cookware, Free Shipping on Scanpan Titanium nonstick cookware
         
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        07-28-2012, 08:58 AM
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    Originally Posted by Missy May    
    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.
    I thought Cuisinart was made in France...oops....

    Not paying 1,500.00 for all-clad, that is above my pay grade

    I found Regalware is made in Wisconsin, well most of their stuff is, going to save up 400.00 for a nice set of American Kitchen that is made in the USA I think by Regalware that I found and get rid of my Cuisinart.

    Http://www.amazon.com/American-Kitchen-AK-710-Stainless-Cookware/dp/B003Z0BRZO/ref=sr_1_2?ie=UTF8&qid=1343476503&sr=8-2&keywords=american+made+cookware


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        07-28-2012, 10:15 AM
      #23
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    *shrugs* I think that the All-clad are worth the price. They are extremely high quality and will last forever if you take care of them properly. It's an investment. Kind of like investing in quality tack for your horses. The price is up there but worth it in the end.
         
        07-28-2012, 01:55 PM
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    Originally Posted by SouthernTrailsGA    
    I thought Cuisinart was made in France...oops....

    Not paying 1,500.00 for all-clad, that is above my pay grade

    I found Regalware is made in Wisconsin, well most of their stuff is, going to save up 400.00 for a nice set of American Kitchen that is made in the USA I think by Regalware that I found and get rid of my Cuisinart.

    Amazon.com: American Kitchen AK-710 Tri-Ply Stainless Steel Cookware Set: Kitchen & Dining



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    Wow, good info! I am going to take a look at this stuff.

    I never buy sets. I buy one piece at a time b/c I find that sets have 2 or so pieces I really use, and the rest take up space. I look for the best deal I can find per piece - after I have determined I really need the item. I'm rather proud of some of the all-clad deals I have managed.

    I have US made revere ware that I actually had in college that my mom gave me so it wasn't even new. It will outlast me! BUT...if this american kitchen is any good...hey! You have my attention!!
         
        07-28-2012, 02:55 PM
      #25
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    That 10 inch American Kitchen saute pan looks awesome!
    I love my iron skillets, I have two that my Grandma seasoned and and then gave to me. The problem is my husband. He is a germ freak and won't eat out of them. He even washed one in the dishwasher!!

    I use cheese in my eggs to keep them from sticking and to get extra calories in my kid and hub. They are SUPER skinny, not me.

    So many choices! I'm still debating. I'll just be buying 1 frying pan, the rest is going on my Christmas list.
         
        07-28-2012, 03:21 PM
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    Missy May, that's what we do. One pan at a time. We actually went into a store and handled the pans before deciding to go with the all-clad. FlyGap, if possible find a kitchen supply store near you and actually go in ad touch and handle the pans, find something that is comfortable for you to handle as not all pans are the same. There are stores out there. More than people realize.

    Would love to use cast, but can't. Not with a glass top stove. Can't use the porcelain coated pans either (not like we want to).
         
        07-28-2012, 03:29 PM
      #27
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    There is a William's & Sonoma an hour and a half from me... can't go in, don't do it, DANGER!! LOL!
    You are right, I gotta go see em.
         
        07-28-2012, 03:46 PM
      #28
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    WOW Golden Horse!
    Those Scanpans ROCK! Everything I want, especially the part about eggs not sticking when you don't use a grease. This one is fantastic, pricey and doesn't have the pretty stainless handle, but it's in the running.
    11” Classic Frypan [28001200] - $99.95 : Scanpan Cookware, Free Shipping on Scanpan Titanium nonstick cookware
    This one does, but smaller...
    http://www.scanpancookware.com/profe...o-fry-111.html
         

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