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    Not a recommendation, but here is my kit.
    All clad stainless pans. I usually use a 10"
    Calphalon non stick, I agree with the review above, +1 meh
    All clad sauce pans. 2 quart and 4 quart
    No name pasta pot
    Le creuset braiser. Favorite vehicle for 1 pot meal. 12" and 3" deep or so. Great for stove to oven. Probably would be great for you
    Le creuset dutch ovens. 4, 6 and 9 quart. Don't use the 4 too often.
    That wrack looks pretty neat. I need couple of those for my sets. I've been on different forums and boards, and heard a lot of positive comments about this site from Berlinger Haus. It looks like they have literally everything, which can be related to the kitchen and cooking. Has anybody tried their cookware stuff?
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    All-clad x1000, I've been using mine for 10? years now and they still look (basically) good as new, and no issue with hot spots or or warping or anything. Handles are riveted on and solid.

    If I were doing it all over I'd get at least D3's for everything. The D5 10-pc set at the Bay looks nice assuming the lids fit the fry pans too.

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    Default Pots and pans

    So the wife wants new "good" pots and pans for Xmas....I know....but she asked for it lol anyways I know nothing.

    What say you cooks, what do you use and where do I get them?

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    No words.
    Did she also tell you "it's totally fine" if you go away for the weekend with your buddies to Vegas?
    Maybe you should buy her a fucking vacuum cleaner because she mentioned Dyson once!

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    Rock brand.. Canadian Tire

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    So the wife wants new "good" pots and pans for Xmas....I know....but she asked for it lol anyways I know nothing.

    What say you cooks, what do you use and where do I get them?
    TBH for any pot, as long as its a good 18/10 with a solid base and an ergonmic handle, you're good.

    I use Cast Iron for my pans which I use for everything, but recently did buy a little herritage "rock" pan for eggs

    I also like enamled Cast Iron "dutch oven" (insert joke here), and will spend the extra on a Staub... but any recycled Chrystler with a decent enamle will do.

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    Just bought a lagostina stainless set in sale at C-tire.

    They allow me to heat things up so that's all I care about.

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    You guys all students or something? All-Clad.
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    I almost shat myself after eating way too much at lunch with @killramos so ya, we can start the diaper thread now.

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    I'll help, but please let me reiterate - dis bitch don't want pots!

    Circulon is a reasonable high-end product and so are the more expensive Paderno.

    Do you have a nanny? If so, purchase the cheapest T-Fal shit you can from a dollar store because the nanny will heat those fuckers at 11 from ice cold until they're glowing and then quench them in the coldest dishwater possible like she had an advanced degree in Metallurgy from M.I.T. studying fracture/warping mechanisms of alumi-nickel alloys.
    Fuck a duck, I'm relatively certain that is the most expensive part of having a nanny!


    God damn... I still miss our nanny...
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    The t-fal red dot shit from triangle store is perfect for non-stick. Disposable. All-Clad is good for use in oven, and with steel wool.
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    I almost shat myself after eating way too much at lunch with @killramos so ya, we can start the diaper thread now.

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    The t-fal red dot shit from triangle store is perfect for non-stick. Disposable. All-Clad is good for use in oven, and with steel wool.
    Ya she's looking for kind if the be all end all pots and pans, so spending some extra loot on them is ok.

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    I'll help, but please let me reiterate - dis bitch don't want pots!

    Circulon is a reasonable high-end product and so are the more expensive Paderno.

    Do you have a nanny? If so, purchase the cheapest T-Fal shit you can from a dollar store because the nanny will heat those fuckers at 11 from ice cold until they're glowing and then quench them in the coldest dishwater possible like she had an advanced degree in Metallurgy from M.I.T. studying fracture/warping mechanisms of alumi-nickel alloys.
    Fuck a duck, I'm relatively certain that is the most expensive part of having a nanny!


    God damn... I still miss our nanny...
    *Pours 40 on curb...
    Jesus fucking christ man lol

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    +1. Best I've used but I'm no chef. I found the expensive ones, you need to know what you are doing. I do not. Also, the regular Rock branded ones, not the white ones. We have both, and the regular black ones are better

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    You guys all students or something? All-Clad.
    Word.

    I think Costco had an all clad set last time I was there, it’s likely the best value.

    I’d go with all clad D5 probably. I have a D7 pan, it’s a monster. Weight and heat retention/distribution of cast iron in a SS pan, it’s awesome… but a bit overkill to do a whole set in that line probably.

    For comparison sake, I also have a cuisinart stainless steel set that we got at Costco… it’s not bad, but it’s not all clad. There’s a notable difference.

    Edit: or Hestan. If it’s for a gift, and the intent is a long term investment in good pots/pans, it’s gotta be all clad or hestan IMO. The rock from canadian tire
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    I bought a stainless Kirkland set from Costco. Had them for like 10 years now, and they have been great. zero complaints, and they were cheap and seem to be pretty good quality.
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    Every tik-tok influencer has an Always pan
    They're on sale btw

    https://fromourplace.ca/collections/...er=.essentials

    We have one
    Is it worth the hype? not really
    Does it do the things advertised? mostly
    Do I think it's durable? hell no.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ExtraSlow View Post
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    You guys all students or something? All-Clad.
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    Apparently I should have consulted beyond before purchasing my lagostina stuff....

    All-Clad looks sweet.

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    A million years ago I bought a large lagostina set.

    I’ve been supplanting with quality eclectic pieces since.

    Not much into matching stuff myself, would rather buy items a brand is particularly known for.
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    All Clad sets are on sale at the bay right now

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    Quote Originally Posted by killramos View Post
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    A million years ago I bought a large lagostina set.

    I’ve been supplanting with quality eclectic pieces since.

    Not much into matching stuff myself, would rather buy items a brand is particularly known for.
    That's what I'm kind of after. Matching doesn't mean anything to me when it comes to that, non stick, quality stuff is what I'm after.

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