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No Clad Cookware @ My Local Costco

zackly | Feb 19, 201501:31 PM     10

I can't believe as sharp as they are that my Costco hasn't offered any All-Clad knockoff cookware in many years. I bought a set of Analon tri-ply there over ten years ago and that was on clearance. After that they briefly had a Kirkland set on the floor but that was discontinued also. I think they are missing the boat because "sandwiched" cookware is very popular among serious home cooks. I've been seeing the Tramontina brand there lately but no pots and pans. Wal-Mart does a big job with this brand's highly regarded tri-ply cookware. Costco usually likes to offer things that are different from the competition. Maybe they'll come out with a nice Tramontina or Kirkland made by Tramontina set in the near future.

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