Posted in wrong section, moved post. Sorry...
Here's the question, by request of HillJ... Thank you all for being understanding of a first-time-poster blunder :)
I’m looking at purchasing all new skillets, pots and pans for my kitchen, but I’m not sure which brand to invest in. I am torn between T-Fal, Calphalon, Paula Deen and Le Creuset.
I realize this is a wide price range, but I was basing my options off of the best selling items on Amazon.
Speaking in terms of my budget, I've been saving up for this purchase for awhile and am braced to spend upwards of $1,000 on my new cookware set.
I already plan on picking up some un-seasoned Lodge pieces, as I have the most experience with cast iron. However, the Lodge pieces will be in addition to a nice set from one of the four above-mentioned manufacturers. Most of the items in my kitchen are black or chrome, so I would like whichever brand I go with to have a wide range of items in either color. But if it’s a matter of quality, color is not important.
Any personal experience, stories and advice involving these four manufacturers is appreciated greatly.
Additionally, I’m looking to purchase some clay cookware and I am leaning towards Romertopf. Does anyone know of a better company or have experience with Romertopf?
P.S. I apologize if this post is elsewhere, I am new to the site and not very acquainted with the search function.
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