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Sauté Pans

Everything you need to know about sauté pans is right here, from care and storage tips to recipe ideas and brand suggestions from fellow cooks.

I Tried the Popular Pan That Claims It Can Replace 8 Kitchen Tools

The Always Pan has gained a cult following, promising to take the place of eight other kitchen tools. The popular pan is finally back in stock after a long stint on backorder so we put it through its...

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ISO One good non-stick saute pan w/ lid

redgypsy
by redgypsy 13 years ago

I'm hoping the 'hounds can help me find a good NS saute pan (or skillet) w/ a lid for a one-application type thing. I've been making my own potstickers and there is just no amount of oil one can p...

Best 'Value' 5 qt. Claded Saute Pan

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by RunBe4UFly 14 years ago

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 w...

20 year old anondized saute pans still good?

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by Bite Me 14 years ago

I have two, and I love them, but they are starting to show wear and tear - the anondized surface is peeling off. Should I throw them out? Are they unsafe to use? Can they be "re-annodized?

Question before buying a saute pan

NYChristopher
by NYChristopher 14 years ago

A prominent New York City-based cookware store that moved from SoHo to the Village is having their annual "yard sale" this weekend (that should be enough to tip the knowledgeable without sounding l...

my favorite saute pan won't fit in our new oven

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by kdevine77 14 years ago

My husband and I are about to move into a new apartment with a smaller oven (24" wall oven) than we currently have. The problem is that I do a lot of range-top-to-oven cooking, usually in my 12" t...

Skillet versus saute pan - form feeds function?

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by Seanchai 15 years ago

As I continue to get more comfortable in the kitchen, I'm thinking about upgrading my cookware from the old Farberware I received at my wedding. However, something has me stumped: what is the rea...

8" Mauviel copper saute pan @ Bridge Kitchenware $140 + no shipping

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by Sherri 15 years ago

Have just ordered one of the discontinued 8" Mauviel copper (stainless steel-lined) saute pans for the good price of $140 (free shipping, on-line orders only) from Bridge Kitchenware in NYC. Though...

Le Creuset's New Satin Finish Saute Pans

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by robotcoupe 15 years ago

I've always loved every piece of LC I've ever tried so figured I couldn't go wrong with this new line. Wrong! Sticking, poor browning, forget about saucemaking, but most of all, anything I cook lea...

Deep saute pan (large)

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by shopgirl 15 years ago

Looking for a deep saute pan for braising. A fry pan, basically, but with straight edges and a domed lid. I seem to find only 12" and no larger. I have fry pans that are 14" and suit our family ...

Suggestions for a top quality saute pan

bogachuka
by bogachuka 15 years ago

I am in the market for a really good saute pan and have narrowed it down to a Demeyere, a Mauviel, and an All-Clad. Any advice? And has anyone tried out the new Henckels?

Sur la Table brand saute pan -- thoughts?

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by Dan 16 years ago

Recently, I was in the market for a good but economical saute pan. As a graduate student, I currently can't afford to buy All-Clad, Calphalon or Mauviel, so I decided to buy a 3 qt. stainless stee...

Saute Pan Suggestions

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by Jambalaya 17 years ago

I have a moderate priced non stick 9" frying pan and its about ready to be replaced since the coating is wearing off. This happens every few years and I'm thinking I'd like to go high quality and ...

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