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Top required pots/pans for new induction hob?

Kayburntitagain | Aug 9, 201911:19 AM     18

We are in the middle of a kitchen remodel and swapping our much hated electric hob for induction. This means our All-Clad LTD pots and pans won't work! Soooo what are your top 10 "must haves" seeing as we pretty much have to rebuild our cookware.

We do have:
Cast iron skillet
Cast iron grill pan
Couple of diff sizes of nonstick frying pans
Couple of Le Creuset dutch ovens
Medium roasting pan (hmm which I haven't checked to make sure it would work)

So looking to build on that. We do a fair amount of cooking, about the only pan we don't use is a wok.

Thinking or also adding:
2qt saucepan
4qt saucepan
steamer
2.5qt saucier
12" saute pan
8-10 qt stock pot (with pasta insert)

Sounds good? What else?

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