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need cooking/care info for Anolon piece

Posted by pammyfay (My Page) on
Fri, Mar 10, 06 at 18:14

I picked up a discontinued model--an Anolon Commercial Clad 13" Brazier--at TJMaxx for $40. It's still in the car, so I haven't had time to see if there's a "handling" guide enclosed.

I will link to Amazon's listing of the item.

Can anyone give me a quick rundown on how to best cook with it and clean it? In terms of preheating (for stovetop use), oil/spray use, and cleaning up? (should I be letting the pan cool completely before sticking it in the sink and under the faucet, for example).

Up till now, I have been using a nonstick pan for routine uses, like browning meats and making skillet dishes and stir-fries.

Here is a link that might be useful: anolon brazier

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RE: need cooking/care info for Anolon piece

I'd say treat it like any other piece of stainless steel.

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