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[Costco] Cuisinart Multiclad Pro Stainless-Steel 10-pc -

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[Costco] Cuisinart Multiclad Pro Stainless-Steel 10-pc -

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Back on sale and grabbed a set this morning. Been waiting for months.
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The first night we used them on come chicken breast, steamed some carrots, and made a brown sugar glaze for them. The even browning of the multiclad technology was incredible.
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They look incredibly similar, with very close specs (3 ply, handle and drip design, rivet style) to the Paderno Fusion line. Anybody know if Paderno makes these for Cuisinart?
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Bordak wrote:
Mar 20th, 2017 12:36 pm
They look incredibly similar, with very close specs (3 ply, handle and drip design, rivet style) to the Paderno Fusion line. Anybody know if Paderno makes these for Cuisinart?
They are all imitations of the All Clad design that started the craze for high-end tri-ply.
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How do these compare to the Kirkland tri-ply set?
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Yes these are better than Costco's. They have really high rating on Amazon.com where you can buy individual pieces.

I have few pieces, and I like them.

I also saw individual items in Home Sense in Mississauga if you want to check them out in person.
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Silly question, but does food stick to these??
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tylerc wrote:
Mar 22nd, 2017 5:47 am
Silly question, but does food stick to these??
Yes, like any other ss
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Jan 2, 2015
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Cuisinart Multiclad
- Costco : 199$
no sauté pan, just a skillet
- Canadian Tire : 239,93 in some stores (liquidation)
no skillet, just a sauté pan

Both of them : a stockpot, a steamer insert and too many saucepan.

Does anyone knows where to find a Set with a skillet and a sauté pan?
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Anyone know about the stainless flaking on the inside bottom of the pot?
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Am I the only one do not prefer tri-ply? Especially pots because the side wall get very hot and it burn things.
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bolethicle wrote:
Mar 22nd, 2017 10:08 am
Anyone know about the stainless flaking on the inside bottom of the pot?
I don't imagine it would. It's not like a non-stick coating.
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Thanks for the links.

I bought the Kirkland set a few weeks ago and like it but even at the time I was on the fence between the two.

I think I will stay with the Kirkland after reading through the links as I like that the cooking surface is still 18/10 stainless, where the Cuisinart no longer uses...or even lists what quality of stainless is used on the cooking surface.

Apparently the reviews have gone down hill after 2010 over all for the Cuisinart.

Both sets should still be more than adequate for home cooking though.
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secretliar wrote:
Mar 22nd, 2017 10:00 am
Cuisinart Multiclad
- Costco : 199$
no sauté pan, just a skillet
- Canadian Tire : 239,93 in some stores (liquidation)
no skillet, just a sauté pan

Both of them : a stockpot, a steamer insert and too many saucepan.

Does anyone knows where to find a Set with a skillet and a sauté pan?
try bestbuy, they have two different sets, but not onsale currently
matt6288 wrote:
Mar 22nd, 2017 11:39 am
Thanks for the links.

I bought the Kirkland set a few weeks ago and like it but even at the time I was on the fence between the two.

I think I will stay with the Kirkland after reading through the links as I like that the cooking surface is still 18/10 stainless, where the Cuisinart no longer uses...or even lists what quality of stainless is used on the cooking surface.

Apparently the reviews have gone down hill after 2010 over all for the Cuisinart.

Both sets should still be more than adequate for home cooking though.
it may be 18/0 on exterior surface for induction cooking? I'll check tonight, should still be 18/10 interior

edit: no where on the manual or box does it say 18/10, but amazon shows 18/10 though
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