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4 Qt. Pot

penrichardson | Aug 14, 201812:57 PM     20

I have started to replace some of my cookware, after much reading/discussion on Chowhound. My current replacements have been with Demeyere 5 Plus (2 qt saucepan, 3 qt saute, 3.5 qt saucier), All Clad 3 ply (2.5 qt weeknight & 5.5 qt Dutch Oven), and Fissler (24cm Rondeau & 28cm Stockpot). I haven't used any of these, as they have just come in or I haven't received them yet. I currently have a 3 qt Revereware saucepan, with a thin layer of copper on the bottom. I use this frequently to cook potatoes, peas, small amounts of pasta, small amounts of soups and dumplings- I use this pan a lot!! This pan is light and I actually really like it. However, almost everything that I cook in it comes to the very top of the pot and I really feel like I have to watch it so carefully, not to overflow. I think I would like a 4 qt. piece. Any suggestions on a piece to fit my needs?

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