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Cast Iron Skillets

Am I missing out on anything without a regular cast iron skillet? AKA critique my collection.

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Am I missing out on anything without a regular cast iron skillet? AKA critique my collection.

chocoremedy | Feb 2, 2014 02:02 AM

I have the grill pan which I use most often for burgers, meat and veggies.

I use a wok since a lot of my meals are stir-fry like, and it's well seasoned.

And (don't kill me) I use a fiesta (similar to Greenpan) non stick pan for thinks like eggs and pancakes. I take very special care not to scratch it, get it too got or wash it in the dishwasher, so it's a multipurpose piece at the moment.... Can't put it in how oven though (maybe this is why I should get a regular pan?)

For most sauces that are liquidy and other veggie dishes I use stainless steel.

I have a pots, a steamer, a Dutch oven, and some baking stuff.

Do I need to use a regular cast iron skillet to make anything?

For some reason potatoes Anna is sticking out to me but I feel like I could make that in the grill pan...

Chohounders, enlighten me!

P.s. At what point and with what items might I consider upgrading to all-clad-level stuff, and why?

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