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Tramontina vs. All Clad

mrs.corgi | Jul 10, 200805:27 PM     69

I have yet another cookware question with regard to my wedding registry. I wish I found this site sooner, I have learned so much already though!

So, I've read up on the stainless clad tri-ply Tramontina that Walmart sells. It looks very appealing to me and the price is just fantastic. Most of the reviews I've read recommend it, but I did read one review which found the Tramontina to be thinner than All-clad, thus leading to hot spots on the saute pan. Has anyone here used both brands? If so, please share you thoughts. I also have a slight concern about the Tramontina being made in China. Is my concern totally unfounded when it comes to stainless cookware?

Thanks for your help!

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