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Lincoln Centurion Cookware

Posted by cdauer (My Page) on
Wed, Aug 15, 07 at 13:59

Have any of you used the Lincoln Centurion Cookware. I'm buying an induction cooktop and this cookware was recommended to me. I have two of their non-induction type fry pans and they are my favorites but I haven't heard anything about their induction cookware. Any help you can offer would really be appreciated. Claire

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RE: Lincoln Centurion Cookware

As I just posted in your original thread, it's made in Italy by Paderno, and it's good stuff -- I use Grand Gourmet and I actually think it's great!

On the upside, it looks like the Centurion may be priced cheaper, but I'd try to see it side by side with the Paderno just to be sure it's built like the original.

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