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[The Bay] All-Clad 12 in. Fry pan (99$) + other All Clad deals

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[The Bay] All-Clad 12 in. Fry pan (99$) + other All Clad deals

The bay is having a sale today only on All-Clad cookwares. Here's the 3 big deals.

12 in Fry pan

6 quart pasta pot

2 piece baker set

Other All-Clad deals (nothing as good)

Here's a site where I bought most of my All-Clad ware using coupon cookware for an additional 10% off.

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Thanks for the share! Picked up a 12" Fry Pan with eBates. :)

I kept an eye out during Black Friday, but they weren't on sale.

According to past RFD posts, it's been cheaper from Bed Bath and Beyond ($70) or Amazon ($90) during clearance / once a year, but this is hot enough for me to pull the trigger.

Can't wait for this pan for some excellent searing and caramelization for holiday cooking.
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Thx OP for sharing
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Best price I've ever seen on the 12" stainless!! Also one of the best pans you'll ever buy and will last a lifetime.
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jonnyk9 wrote:
Dec 9th, 2018 11:25 am
Best price I've ever seen on the 12" stainless!! Also one of the best pans you'll ever buy and will last a lifetime.
How is this in terms of nonstick?

Real noob question, but we don't cook much and she is saying we should steer clear since it isn't nonstick.

I get the vibe it's a high end pan and that might not be an issue? Can someone please shed light?
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hassanmahmood wrote:
Dec 9th, 2018 1:32 pm
How is this in terms of nonstick?

Real noob question, but we don't cook much and she is saying we should steer clear since it isn't nonstick.

I get the vibe it's a high end pan and that might not be an issue? Can someone please shed light?
It's not non stick. You can season it, however it will never be as non stick as a cast iron, or non stick pan.

I don't know your cooking skills or style, and no offense intended, but stainless pans yield great results, however require some skill. I'm confident you can do it, stainless pans are an amazing, and essential, all rounder.
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Valize wrote:
Dec 9th, 2018 1:46 pm
It's not non stick. You can season it, however it will never be as non stick as a cast iron, or non stick pan.

I don't know your cooking skills or style, and no offense intended, but stainless pans yield great results, however require some skill. I'm confident you can do it, stainless pans are an amazing, and essential, all rounder.

Gotta learn how to deglaze properly!
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evanwier wrote:
Dec 9th, 2018 1:50 pm
Gotta learn how to deglaze properly!
Let those flavours get to know each other and scrape that delicious fond.
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hassanmahmood wrote:
Dec 9th, 2018 1:32 pm
How is this in terms of nonstick?

Real noob question, but we don't cook much and she is saying we should steer clear since it isn't nonstick.

I get the vibe it's a high end pan and that might not be an issue? Can someone please shed light?
These serve a different purpose than non stick. With non stick pans, you aren't supposed to really go past medium to medium high heat. High heat wears down the coating and I'm not sure if it's still an issue today, but lead to some of those health concerns with the fumes released at those temperatures.

Stainless steel can go to high and is great for searing.

If you're cooking eggs, use the non stick. If you're searing something before putting in the oven, use the stainless.
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hassanmahmood wrote:
Dec 9th, 2018 1:32 pm
How is this in terms of nonstick?

Real noob question, but we don't cook much and she is saying we should steer clear since it isn't nonstick.

I get the vibe it's a high end pan and that might not be an issue? Can someone please shed light?
Non-sticks pans are for making eggs and not much else. This pan provides VERY even heating, and will beautifully sear meats, never burn pasta sauces, and can be cleaned to shine even after 20 years of use. Ya, you might have to give it a quick soak before cleaning it, but it's worth it. Either buy a new non-stick pan for 20$ every few years, or spend 100$ and it will last year entire life and even your grand-children's.
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hassanmahmood wrote:
Dec 9th, 2018 1:32 pm
How is this in terms of nonstick?

Real noob question, but we don't cook much and she is saying we should steer clear since it isn't nonstick.

I get the vibe it's a high end pan and that might not be an issue? Can someone please shed light?
If your wife utilizes non stick don't bother, these are high end stainless frying pans that while will last forever will have food sticking to them if you don't know what you are doing (and sometimes even if you do) Just stick with cheap non-stick and replace every few years.
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I'm of the mindset that you don't need to spend a lot on nonstick cookware since they need to be replaced after a few years when they start to lose their coating.

Having said that I do own a 10" & 12" all-clad non-stick. They are starting to lose their coating and will replace with the tfal that cooks illustrated recommends - I use induction and the Oxo ones they like don't work on induction.

Non-stick is essential for certain things like fish and eggs however with proper technique, preheating and the right amount of fat a cast iron or stainless pan can be non-stick.

If you want to form a sear or a crust on some chicken, porn, beef, etc and create a pan sauce then this is the pan you want. I wouldn't buy any other stainless pan except for the all-clad. They are almost indestructable and will last a lifetime.
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Are you okay to use metal utensils on a stainless steel pan, or should you stick to plastic and wood?
I am a current customer of Public Mobile and Koodo and STACK
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Valize wrote:
Dec 9th, 2018 1:53 pm
Let those flavours get to know each other and scrape that delicious fond.
Damn, never expected Binging with Babish to pop up here.

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