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Restaurant Supply for pots and pans?

cgarner | Dec 29, 2011 12:54 PM

I have a mish mash of pots and pans, some of which are Revereware handed down to me by my mother… (copper bottom pots, I think they’re older than I am)
Some of them are *ahem, cheapo pieces my husband bought before he met me and I enlightened him on the finer points of cookware. (I’ve tossed most of them, old non-stick surfaces, scratched and probably flaking off into his food)

So anyway, while I won’t ever toss the 40+ year old ones (that actually are in good working order) I am looking to overhaul my mish-mash and have a nice collection of pots and pans.

My step-son suggests that we go to a restaurant supply, because they’re relatively inexpensive and durable.

Do any of my fellow ch’ers have an opinion/suggestion? He’s a good kid and all, but I know that either way, this is going to be an investment and I don’t want to have to throw away any more pots/pans every few years, (plastic handles pfeh)

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