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Cookware

Great Value in Cookware

johnb | Oct 3, 200603:08 AM    

For any of you who have access to a Restaurant Depot or know someone who does (it's only open to those in the trade who can show a tax number) they are currently carrying a line of Winco stainless cookware, very good quality 18/10 w/ aluminum sandwich etc., and extremely reasonable. Small pots under $20 (eg 3.5 qt $16.04), really big ones under $40. Also fry/saute pans from small going up to really big ones. Very heavy bottoms, long cool handles, very good to cook with. Amazing value. I've loaded up on the stuff.

They seem to have stores in most major metro areas.

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