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Best 'Value' 5 qt. Claded Saute Pan

RunBe4UFly | Sep 27, 200708:17 AM     2

Just got a Baumalu 5qt. tin-lined copper saute pan. It was a good piece - 2.5mm copper wrap the pan all the way up, cast steel handle, made in France etc. I used it once and it performed well. It was responsive and spacious. It browns beautifully too. But the tin lining is not durable at all, it started to disappear when I washed it with Cameo. I thought Cameo is non-abrasive cleanser and I guess I was wrong. Anyway, this pan is gone. That leads to my question, which one is the best value 5qt. claded saute pan? No All Clad or Viking as I am looking at a price tag under $80. I am not looking for a disc bottom one either as I need this pan goes into oven as a braiser or ducth oven. Thanks!

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