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Toss & Turn Skillet??

Posted by mustangs (My Page) on
Sun, Jul 2, 06 at 9:25

I have been eyeing this pan for awhile. I am debating where this will be another piece of cookware taking up unnecessary space. It's on sale--maybe that's my answer.

Any thoughts on this?

Thank you.

Here is a link that might be useful: Toss & Turn


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RE: Toss & Turn Skillet??

It would be a fairly inexpensive experiment. If it looks like fun to you, why not? Or you could do what a friend suggested to me a number of years ago: buy a one pound bag of dried peas and practice flipping them in a standard saut pan. No heat, no liquid, no mess. After an hour or so I felt comfortable enought to try it with real food on a real burner.


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RE: Toss & Turn Skillet??

Doug, That's a good suggestion about practicing with peas.

That was my thought too about the small investment. Unfortunately my cabinets bulge from years of small investments.


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