I found a great (and inexpensive!) fry/saute' pan

mara_2008October 30, 2009

Some of you may recall I posted a message here a month or so ago, asking for recommendations for a very good, yet inexpensive, fry/saute' pan (though I rarely fry anything anymore, I still fall into the habit of calling them "frying" pans).

A couple of weeks ago, I was at BJ's warehouse store (my fave). They had an Oneida 12" fry/saute' pan with a vented, clear glass lid, marked down to $14.99!

It is very well-made and cooks like a dream. I waited to post this until I had used it and washed it a number of times (it's dishwasher-safe, another big plus) so I could give an "experienced" review.

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