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Stainless Steel

Stainless steel cookware is a kitchen essential: Discuss where to buy it, what brand to get, which pans you need, how to clean it, and more.

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Demeyere industry 5 chipped after first use?!

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by curiousabe 6 days ago

So I just received a Demeyere industry 5 frying pan earlier today, decided to take it for a spin and fry some vegetables on medium heat in canola oil and only using a silicon spatula. However af...

Winter 2020 Cookware Deals & Delights

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by am47 3 months ago

Given that we're officially into 2020 and it's winter (in the Northern Hemisphere, anyway; sorry, Australia) I thought now would be an appropriate time to start a new deals thread. For today's gem,...

Home Cook - adding a few pieces, need advice

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by austin_rp 30 days ago

Hi - been replacing old Calphalon (!) with new pieces, started with Tramontina non-stick and All-Clad D3 frying pan. Also, just added Thermador range, so now looking to replace sauce, saute, and s...

All-Clad is the Pitts!

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by palladin10075 2 years ago

I been a chef in New York City since 1988. Although I never had the pleasure of trying All-Clad anything, almost 30 years cooking with stainless steel cookware, I know a thing or two to say the le...

triplinox cookware

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by IndigoOnTheGo 7 years ago

Bought a saute pan in Goodwill for $2.99. Felt very heavy and was still in almost perfect condition. It apparently comes with a removable handle that was not included. I can not find much informati...

Demeyere Industry 5 vs. Demeyere Silver 7 (aka Atlantis)

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by PhillyJoeP 3 years ago

Currently own All Clad D5 cookware. Getting tired of cleaning the rivets and also the lightness of the fry pans. We cook on gas, up to 22K burner output. No intention of switching to induction or ...

Dating vintage Henckels carbon steel chef knife

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by carnicero 6 years ago

Pics here: http://imgur.com/a/Uy1le Found at a second hand store and wondering if anyone could help me date and/or price this piece. From what little I could find online about the hallmarks, I b...

Is this the best cookware for my needs?

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by cheesyonion 2 months ago

Hi I’m relatively new to cooking (and completely new to this site), and I’m looking for some advice on which cookware would best suit my needs. I know that cookware doesn’t maketh the cook, but ...

Decisions, decisions

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by bojangles229 4 months ago

Hey there, new to the community and I’d like some opinions on a decision I have to make: -A all clad d5 10 piece set I snagged from Bloomingdales for just under 500, a number of pieces (sort of ra...

Thin is In

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by mobiledynamics 2 months ago

With my new micrometer, I find myself measuring the cookware.......to have some clarity on the relationship of it's published diameter vs internet blog published thickness, vs. what I am measuring ...

Stain/marks on brand new Tramontina triply

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by bfrendo 3 months ago

I just bought some new Tramontina stainless steel triply cookware (3 qt sauce and sauté pans) and noticed a stain/marking all around the inside of the sauce pan. It isn't on the bottom of the pan, ...

NanoBond --------> ProBond

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by mobiledynamics 3 months ago

Got some Gift Certificates that will need to be used up. While cruising on WS site, I now see there is a ProBond Lineup. Does anyone have any construction specs on them ? What caught my eye was th...

Arthritic Cookware

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by mobiledynamics 3 months ago

Going back to WS to look ProBond. I'm 50/50 considering it.. It's stainless - DW capable versus what I was originally thinking - arthritic replacement*mc2* It's lightweight. I have zero idea...

Best performing cookware for induction

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by VFish 5 months ago

I would like to know what are your thoughts and choices for induction cooktops, mostly stainless steel. And I'm trying to get it all under one post so as not to hijack other ones, if possible. Th...

Strength in Rivets

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by mobiledynamics 3 months ago

Riddle me this. The contact area of the head of the rivet is what is part of the structural part of the rivet ? In looking at Meyer's stuff with the flush rivet design, where I suppose some met...

Kitchenaid® 5-Ply Copper Core Stainless Steel

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by VFish 3 months ago

Has anyone seen or used this line? "The Kitchenaid 5-Ply Copper Core Stainless Steel Skillet perfectly blends beauty and utility for a superb cooking experience. Thermally efficient 5-ply de...

Cookware Performance on Induction (Part 4)

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by VFish 3 months ago

I had to start a new thread, because there are over 330 posts on the other one. Today's results are quite interesting. I took the Demeyere Atlantis 24 and 28 cm saute pans along with the Lagost...

New cookware

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by DCVinyl 3 months ago

Hello I'm in the process of getting all new cookware. I previously had one of the T-Fal sets that you can get for cheap along with dollar store plastic utensils. I bought them before I even knew ho...

The Great Copper Cookware Gallery on Chowhound

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by SognSpatula 11 months ago

It was recently mentioned in another thread that we should have a central gallery for copper cookware since so little real info is available online. This is that thread. So post up your copper ...