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    Kitchen supplies

    I just came upon a little windfall and I really need a couple of frying pans. An 8 and 10 inch would fill the bill. We had what I thought were good solid stuff but the black aluminum coating seems to have warn through.

    $100 each would be ok.

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    here is one place to try

    http://www.foodnetworkstore.com/p-23...with-Lids.aspx

    http://www.foodnetworkstore.com/s-89-Cookware.aspx

    and you could contact these guys with any questions on their products,looks like pretty good quality IMO http://www.katom.com/pre-seasoned-ca...ts-covers.html

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    Here is JCPenney coupon: $10 off $10 or more, you can choose there, may save your money.
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    Non-stick...I wouldn't spend a lot of them, they wear out..no matter how good of one you purchase. If I were to spend 100 dollar per pot I'd put that towards a really heavy stainless set with thick copper bottoms.

    For non-sticks..Wearever brand is pretty decent.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Easto View Post
    I just came upon a little windfall and I really need a couple of frying pans. An 8 and 10 inch would fill the bill. We had what I thought were good solid stuff but the black aluminum coating seems to have warn through.

    $100 each would be ok.
    here is a early peek at sears black friday ad

    http://1.bp.blogspot.com/_kRZYHUoe6Q...rs-page-42.jpg

    there are two $99 choices at the top

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    Quote Originally Posted by John View Post
    Thrift shop, get different size cast irons for $10-15 each. Rub fat all over them and bake them at 350 to season.
    Amen to this.

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    I recently bought some belgique hard anodized pans. It works fairly well and I am pretty sure it has a lifetime warranty. Looks sorta fugly though (will probably switch to stainless steel).
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    Quote Originally Posted by ub3r_n00b View Post
    I recently bought some belgique hard anodized pans.
    That's the brand of my primary pot set...awesome brand, gorgeous heavy duty set.
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    try these too places Mike

    http://www.samsclub.com/shopping/sea...mpleitemtype=0

    http://www.costco.com/Common/Search....artial&topnav=

    I was in Sam's club today and saw a few "in-store" special pricing type of stuff,

    you might want to check if you have a card for either of them

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    This Emerilware Nonstick Covered Deep Skillet, I used it for the first time to make a huge pan of fried potatoes. It worked perfectly! This skillet was a wonderful investment."

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    I'm a fan of the higher-end All-CLad line, but my go to's tend to be the old cast-iron skillets my mom gave me that she's had since long before I was born.


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