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[The Bay] All-Clad D3 12" Fry Pan NOW $76.49 free ship

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Gonna return this, its too shallow, read some articles online regarding clads and kinda understand now why its at a discount. basically for this pan, the side wall is not really usable so its hard to justify it being all-clad instead of only bottom-clad.
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NikyK wrote:
May 9th, 2019 1:33 pm
New code, EXTRA save 10% or 15% with your Bay card plus Ebates 7.5%.
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You should enter the code on the page where you specify your payment method.
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craeyon wrote:
May 7th, 2019 9:37 pm
I just bought the $799.99 D3 All-Clad Stainless Steel set from Bed Bath & Beyond. Used the 20% coupon and got everything for $671.99.

Let me tell you something. God DAMN this set is awesome. I feel like I've bought kitchen utensils for the next 25 years. Can't wait to cook with these.
I bought a good quality stainless steel set long ago.... But I have ended up giving about 1/3 the set away as I didn't use it and was just taking up space....

The biggest problem is that when you buy a set, they are all the same type.... If you are looking for results, then You need to look at the type of pan/s... You probably need a cast iron fry pan... a carbon steel fry pan.... stainless steel fry pan and saute pan... Enameled cast iron dutch oven... and some stainless steel pots...

And to be honest, the item I use the most is he carbon steel fry pan.... Heats quick, none stick, and can sear almost as good as cast iron... Use it so much that I bought 3 different sizes....
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appledoor wrote:
May 9th, 2019 8:38 pm
Here's a quick review I found a while back of it. I went in not knowing what to expect but after I felt like a fry pan dealer.

America's Test Kitchen Fry Pan Showdown
Nice I was looking at the Heston now I am still happy with my d3, seems its the tried and proven winner.
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Nikhilvoid wrote:
May 15th, 2019 7:23 pm
Can people who have the pan tell me if their pan is "crowning" in the middle? Is this a design feature or a bug?

https://www.reddit.com/r/Cooking/commen ... ught_this/

https://www.amazon.com/All-Clad-41126-S ... ll_reviews

Lots of upset customers on Amazon. Are they dummies or did they all get warped pan from Amazon?
In some pans this is by design, as yhe heating tends to "concavify" the middle, the idea is that when hot it ahould be flat. But a) im not sure it is easy to do properly so that the two things exactly cancel out, abd b) i'm not sure tri ply is subject to this "concavication" at all.
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pbeutch wrote:
May 15th, 2019 8:27 pm
In some pans this is by design, as yhe heating tends to "concavify" the middle, the idea is that when hot it ahould be flat. But a) im not sure it is easy to do properly so that the two things exactly cancel out, abd b) i'm not sure tri ply is subject to this "concavication" at all.
Some reviewers are reporting that their pans are flat. Maybe they did not notice?
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Nikhilvoid wrote:
May 15th, 2019 7:23 pm
Can people who have the pan tell me if their pan is "crowning" in the middle? Is this a design feature or a bug?

https://www.reddit.com/r/Cooking/commen ... ught_this/

https://www.amazon.com/All-Clad-41126-S ... ll_reviews

Lots of upset customers on Amazon. Are they dummies or did they all get warped pan from Amazon?
Very very high (and consistent) heat can do this to just about any cooking surface. Also, if you try washing a hot pan then the sudden drop in temperature can do that too.
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piperdaddy wrote:
May 15th, 2019 9:23 pm
Very very high (and consistent) heat can do this to just about any cooking surface. Also, if you try washing a hot pan then the sudden drop in temperature can do that too.
Yeah, of course, but is the crowning by design? I checked with another pan, never before been used and it also has the same "design."

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