cheap throwaway nonstick pan or expensive forever non-stickpan?
Just threw away my very old non-stick frying pan. It served me well for reducing need for too much cooking fat. RIP.
I went to Bed Bath and Beyond to look for a replacement and was totally overwhelmed by the options. The many discussions on this forum seem to pre-date the new choices. Help.
What is the best option: cheap non-stick that will have to be replaced frequently or expensive pan that will last "forever". I cook over high heat on my 30 year old Garland stove--higher than is recommended by most pan manufacturers.
Can anyone help me make a reasoned choice and recommend some favorite brands. I might buy two pans if I understood the differences in performance. Thanks.