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AC 6-quart saute vs. 4-quart brasier vs French brasier - flat bottom area

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AC 6-quart saute vs. 4-quart brasier vs French brasier - flat bottom area

chefofdafuture | Jan 9, 2012 02:56 PM

Can anyone with an AC 4-quart braiser and/or the 6-quart French braiser post the diameter of the flat surface on the bottom? I love my AC 3-quart sauté pan, use it for everything, but it's too small for a dinners-for-5. Looking at getting the 6-qt, but the size and handle make it hard to store and handle. I don't have a braiser, so thought that might be a more versatile addition, but I really need the "floor space" when browning lots of chicken or other things. I want to replace the 13" diameter electric skillet that has seen better days, too.

Thanks for any help you can provide.

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