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Falk Copper Coeur Saucier or ... ?

Sid Post | Jul 10, 202006:51 PM     75

I'm looking for a small Saucier. I want something not overly large that has a rounded or curved transition to the side of the pan with a drip edge. I was thinking about an All-Clad or Le Creuset pan but, they are as, or more expensive than, the Falk copper options. I don't want a tin-lined copper pan.

Looking at the Falk options, I see 18cm sauciers with 2.3mm of copper and either an iron or stainless handle. The Copper Coeur version has 1.9mm of copper with stainless on both the inside and outside plus the stainless handle.

How do these pans compare to each other or to a more traditional stainless clad saucier from a respected brand? And, should I also be considering Mauviel, E. Dehillerin, or others?

TRY ME! Copper Coeur Saucier, 18 cm (1.4 qt) Falk Culinair USA

www.copperpans.com
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