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ww22 | Jul 10, 202008:34 PM     85

Hi,

I want to buy a good general purpose rondeau or braiser. I’d like to be able to sear well in it, sauté to do pasta sauces and then combine w pasta, braise, maybe do some paella. I’m not a super pro cook but I like to cook. I’m not trying to collect a lot of cookware but I’m happy to spend whatever — that said not looking to buy anything over $500.

Currently have a LC dutch oven and a pretty standard collection of all clad. I find I’m missing something w shallower walls that are still tall enough to sear without making a mess. I was considering a staub braiser but am learning they aren’t so well loved for what I’m wanting.

Considering the Fissler 28 cm roaster and a stainless Mauviel (Linked). Would welcome other ideas and pros / cons of these choices.

Thank you!

Amazon.com: Mauviel Made In France M'Cook 5 Ply Stainless Steel 5230.29 5.8-Quart Rondeau with Lid, Cast Stainless Steel Handle: Saute Pans: Kitchen & Dining

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