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    Quote Originally Posted by Abbey View Post
    It is heavy, but I do really like my Le Creuset Dutch Oven for my soups and chowders and stews.
    For you and the others that mentioned T-Fal, I did order the T-Fal Ultimate, which is still a very affordable pan, from Amazon and LOVE it. Has a lid, and truly, NOTHING sticks to it, and it heats really even. I've made over easy eggs, pan cakes and whatnot in it with NO oil or butter, and stuff just slides right out.

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    I use a lot of Lodge cookware. Heavy duty, long lasting. I can go from the stove top to the oven if I want. I have an induction cook top, so it works well with that, canít use aluminum. Also Lodge is made in the USA. I say away from Teflon, it always seems to fail, peels off. I do believe most cookware with a thick gauge will serve you well, good heat distribution. It is also important to use the right size pan for the amount of food you are cooking, donít crowd the pan but also not have to little in a big pan.

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    The "Bonus Son" bought us a Blackstone flat top. Been seeing a LOT of use
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bilgerat View Post
    The "Bonus Son" bought us a Blackstone flat top. Been seeing a LOT of use
    Thatís awesome, I would love to have a Blackstone.

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    Default My wife has a collection of DIFFERENT pans...but...

    Since I have been doing most of the cooking since she had her stroke. There's nothing I like better than the 3 PIECE CAST IRON like in the photo.

    Gets hot, stays hot, always easy to clean, and can pour all liquids/grease easily too! BACON & EGGS best.



    And, if you have to travel...they are easy to take along.
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    Quote Originally Posted by icansayit View Post
    Since I have been doing most of the cooking since she had her stroke. There's nothing I like better than the 3 PIECE CAST IRON like in the photo.

    Gets hot, stays hot, always easy to clean, and can pour all liquids/grease easily too! BACON & EGGS best.





    And, if you have to travel...they are easy to take along.



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