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    I have copper bottom Reverewear and Paula Dean. I don't like to cook all that much so not too particular.
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    Quote Originally Posted by SassyLady View Post
    I have copper bottom Reverewear and Paula Dean. I don't like to cook all that much so not too particular.
    I liked the Reverewear my mom had, what I got in 1980 was not as heavy. It did clean up nicely though.
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    Quote Originally Posted by High_Plains_Drifter View Post
    Yup, paper plates all the way. Been using them for decades. I do splurge for the more rigid ones though. I usually use the same glass over and over too, just rinse it out when I'm done with it. The only thing I go through like crazy is my pots and pans and silverware. I do like to cook, and I've trying to pare down recipes so I'm only cooking for one, unless I want the leftovers.

    Watching some vids and it looks like Kathianne with her All-Clad is the winner. I just might try and ween myself off non stick all together. I have known that All-Clad is high quality stuff but it's been the price that's held me back, but if a pan lasts virtually forever, then it's actually worth the money, and cheaper in the long run. I do occasionally cook something that I want to finish in the oven, so it's good to have an all metal pan. Some say you can put these pans with the plastic kind of handles in the oven but I just don't trust that.

    All-Clad does go on sale, I've grabbed huge savings at both Amazon and Macy's. If you buy, also grab Barkeeper's Friend, best cleaner ever made for Cookware.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Kathianne View Post
    All-Clad does go on sale, I've grabbed huge savings at both Amazon and Macy's. If you buy, also grab Barkeeper's Friend, best cleaner ever made for Cookware.
    Y'all are way too deep into pots n pans

    Too bad Dis doesn't post here anymore. I swear she must have everything ever invented to cook with. From what I gather from her, her kitchen is the biggest part of her house and off limits to men

    Just thought I'd say hi. School seems to be keeping you busy.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Gunny View Post
    Y'all are way too deep into pots n pans

    Too bad Dis doesn't post here anymore. I swear she must have everything ever invented to cook with. From what I gather from her, her kitchen is the biggest part of her house and off limits to men

    Just thought I'd say hi. School seems to be keeping you busy.
    School is keeping me out of trouble.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Kathianne View Post
    School is keeping me out of trouble.
    When I was young, high school, I was always in trouble. In college, I was well behaved and on the high honor roll.

    There's something to be said about the wisdom that comes from age, and not school.
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    Quote Originally Posted by High_Plains_Drifter View Post
    When I was young, high school, I was always in trouble. In college, I was well behaved and on the high honor roll.

    There's something to be said with the wisdom that comes from age, and not school.
    Shoot, I guess I should cancel the plan for cherry bomb in toilet? LOL!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Kathianne View Post
    Shoot, I guess I should cancel the plan for cherry bomb in toilet? LOL!
    Nice..............

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    As usual I'm late to the party. I love different cookware for different situations. I like the new red copper for non stick, I love my stainless steel, and I love to cook with cast iron.

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    Quote Originally Posted by STTAB View Post
    As usual I'm late to the party. I love different cookware for different situations. I like the new red copper for non stick, I love my stainless steel, and I love to cook with cast iron.
    I have some nice cast iron pans, and stainless steal... but I find I'm always reaching for the nonstick. I don't fry a whole lot of stuff, and the few things I do fry I surely don't want to stick.

    The All Clad are about the best pots and pans made, but holy cow are they pricey.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kathianne View Post
    Shoot, I guess I should cancel the plan for cherry bomb in toilet? LOL!
    See, Kathianne and I used to be friends... until Trump got elected.

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    I'm late to the party too, but here it is;

    I bought some pricy teflon, watched the shit come off after a while. Frak that crap, went to stainless steel and dug out my old cast iron.

    The Lady will NOT use the cast iron, she's afraid of my comments I guess (lol). But she loves her old Farberware stainless steel pan!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bilgerat View Post
    I'm late to the party too, but here it is;

    I bought some pricy teflon, watched the shit come off after a while. Frak that crap, went to stainless steel and dug out my old cast iron.

    The Lady will NOT use the cast iron, she's afraid of my comments I guess (lol). But she loves her old Farberware stainless steel pan!
    Sounds about the same as myself. I love cast iron, but it's SOOO heavy I save it for steaks for the most part. I had Farberware and some Revereware years ago, slowly replaced with All Clad.
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    It is heavy, but I do really like my Le Creuset Dutch Oven for my soups and chowders and stews.
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    I love my Revereware pans and with just a little butter they're non-stick.

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