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Tramontina Tri-ply cookware...an ATK top choice.

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Tramontina Tri-ply cookware...an ATK top choice.

adamshoe | Apr 11, 2010 07:04 PM

Just purchased the 10 pc. set thru walmart.com and I gotta say.... I love the stuff!! Used it 6-7 times in the 4 days we've had it. Heats beautifully on my glass top electric stove and as long as you follow the instructions abt. cooking no higher than med/ med hot, cleans up as easy as nonstick. Ordered it on Monday and opted for the cheap-o shipping ($4.97) and it arrived on Wednesday!! Never even been inside a Walmart, but I got to give them Kudos. BTW, they are the only retailer offering this particular set (a 2 qt.& 3 qt saucepan w/ lids, an 8 and a 10 inch sautee pan, and a 5 qt. covered Dutch oven. Apparently they listened to ATK's minor complaint about the 1 1/2 qt. & 2 qt. saucepans and upgraded the sizes. For $ 173.00 incl. tax and shipping, I am very satisfied. No, I don't shill for Walmart...I even watched that documentary a few yrs. back ,"the high cost of the low price" or sumpthin' and vowed I'd never shop there, but..... they've done wonders as far as going "green-ish" and stocking organic foods and for many peeps, it's walmart for their primary grocery source. (SO-O-O glad I live in the Bay Area where most Wallys can't even SELL groceries-some kinda union thing...) Anyone else out there have this cookware? Tips, techniques, feedback would be appreciated. I've put it in the dishwasher (Bosch- no heat on dry cycle) and it's come out gorgeous so far. Should I continue doing that?
TIA, adam

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