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 Circulon non-stick -- longest lasting??
I need a new non-stick 8
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 Circulon Infinite vs Circulon Premier Professional?
       • Posted by: jaxo on Mon, Dec 27, 10 at 23:26
              • 2 follow-ups, last one posted on Sat, Jan 1, 11 at 22:16
Both are dishwasher safe nonstick and I think both are induction ready. Infinite definitely is induction ready. What's the difference? Looks like Premiere Professional is discontinued, but available on eBay for less money for 13 piece vs 10 pie
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 circulon/nonstick VS calphalon/nonstick???
       • Posted by: sanborn5 on Wed, Oct 31, 07 at 6:06
              • 8 follow-ups, last one posted on Fri, Mar 19, 10 at 1:06
I have nice stainless steel cookware but I do like the non-stick for omelettes, fried eggs, grilled sandwiches etc. I have a large circulon pan which almost doesn't seem like a teflon type coating. I have had it for 5 years, no scratches or any
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 using oil in circulon infinite
The instructions say don't use
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 Circulon Hard Anodized?
       • Posted by: jwats612 on Thu, Jul 1, 10 at 9:08
              • 1 follow-up, posted on Wed, Oct 20, 10 at 16:58
This is about to go on sale at Costco Does anyone know if the interior is coated with PFOA or simply an anodized coating Believe it or not, their website does not mention this line Any experiences with Circulon in general or advice is
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 Calphalon infused anodized or one nonstick (what about Circulon)
       • Posted by: chadapim on Sat, Apr 16, 05 at 3:20
              • 3 follow-ups, last one posted on Tue, Jun 7, 11 at 14:33
Hello, I'm new here, I hope some of you might be able to help me. I'm about to buy a new set of cookware. I'm thinking about Calphalon infused hard anodize and Calphalon one non stick, it's the same price. Anyone could advise if the Calphalon
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 Anyone try Sarriette cookware?
       • Posted by: frankie_in_zone_7 on Wed, Jan 13, 10 at 19:21
              • 6 follow-ups, last one posted on Thu, Apr 28, 11 at 13:44
I'm replacing non-stick cookware and came across a set of this Sarriette that has generally the pieces I like to have available in non-stick --says is hard anodized and is a a fairly heavy aluminum--made in China. Also a reasonable price, looking
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 New Cookware! What kind
       • Posted by: MaryinMinnesota on Thu, Sep 8, 05 at 3:06
              • 6 follow-ups, last one posted on Mon, Dec 5, 05 at 23:38
Hello, I'm buying a new cookware set, my 1st! I don't know which type? I have a ceramic stovetop. I definetely want the tempered glass lids. Is the nonstick anodized safe? Everyone loves All Clad it seems or cast iron. I have some cast ir
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 Does Anyone Have JCPenney's Brand Non-Stick Pans?
I am looking for an inexpensive non-stick 12
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 Ameriware pots and pans
       • Posted by: syie on Thu, Dec 4, 03 at 11:20
              • 51 follow-ups, last one posted on Sun, Apr 1, 12 at 1:22
Has anyone ever purchased Ameriware pots and pans? They are being featured at my local Costco this week. I need some new pots and pans to replace my worn-out-teflon-coated Circulon set. The Ameriware pots and pans are aluminum-based with a titaniu
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 Advice on Stainless Copper botttoms skillets
I need some maintenance advice about two
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 My T-Fal pan is scratched & I haven't used it more than 10 times
       • Posted by: shelly2 on Tue, Sep 11, 07 at 9:12
              • 5 follow-ups, last one posted on Mon, Oct 20, 08 at 0:03
I have been using T-Fal frying pans for 20 years, replacing a pan every 2-3 years as it got too scratched. My new giant sized T-Fal frying pan, used less than 10 times and certainly not abused is loosing its coating and has white lines showing thr
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 Costco Cookware
       • Posted by: tinab_grammy on Thu, Nov 20, 08 at 15:14
              • 4 follow-ups, last one posted on Thu, Feb 5, 09 at 15:27
I just installed my induction cooktop and am on the hunt for new cookware. I went to Costco to check out the Kirkland SS and saw the Circulon Premier Professional set which is induction compatible and on sale. Does anyone have an opinion on this s
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 Grill Pan Smooth bottom for Glass Cooktop
       • Posted by: msmbrooklyn on Sun, Jan 14, 07 at 11:38
              • 26 follow-ups, last one posted on Mon, Jan 29, 07 at 17:47
I'd like to buy a grill pan (perhaps for double burners) but need one with a smooth bottom that won't damage my glass cooktop. The only one I could find without the ridges on the bottom is the Le Creuset, and that's much too heavy for me. Does any
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 Non-stick = Money Down the Drain!
       • Posted by: Barry5k on Sun, Feb 22, 04 at 3:07
              • 48 follow-ups, last one posted on Tue, Dec 6, 05 at 16:14
I have had several non-stick pans over the years from cheap supermarket items to Calphalon. One thing I have noticed, is that sooner or later, I end up tossing them as the non-stick gets totally ruined. Five years seems to be the average life span
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 Kirkland vs. Belgique vs. Calaphon $199.00 Each..
       • Posted by: potpie on Sun, Jun 11, 06 at 14:30
              • 3 follow-ups, last one posted on Sat, May 7, 11 at 12:43
Macy's is advertising a Belgique 14 piece copper bottom cookware set for $199.00. Saucepans, casserole, stockpot, inserts, steamer, frying/saute pans. If purchased separtely $400, regular price is $300.00 That is the blurb under the ad in today's
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 What brand pans for ceran black glass electric cooktop?
       • Posted by: mers on Sat, Apr 9, 05 at 15:03
              • 15 follow-ups, last one posted on Tue, May 31, 11 at 4:20
Hello, can anyone tell me what brand and whether they need to be nonstick or not that i should buy for my new thermador electric cooktop. it is smooth glass and i heard it scratches easily and needs a flat pan. Follow-Up Postings:
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 Best cookware for induction?
       • Posted by: dccnm on Wed, Jun 23, 04 at 14:27
              • 110 follow-ups, last one posted on Mon, Dec 9, 13 at 5:27
After LIVING on the kitchen site for the last few months, I've decided to go with an induction cooktop (AEG). Now I'll need to buy new pots/pans. I currently use my 1.5, 2.5, 3.5, and 5 quart pots the most. I have a nonstick frying pan for eggs
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 Costco (Kirkland) Tri-clad Stainless Cookware
       • Posted by: MDSnell on Mon, Nov 25, 02 at 0:28
              • 60 follow-ups, last one posted on Sat, Jul 23, 11 at 1:10
Following a long comparison we finally decided to try the CostCo brand (Kirkland) 12 piece Tri-Ply Clad 18/10 Stainless Steel Cookware set. This cookware is created by permanently bonding a layer of pure aluminum between two layers of 18/10
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 Anolon Cookware?
My mother is in the process of moving and while she was cleaning out her place, she came across a 10 1/2
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