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Pot/Pan set with detachable handle (under $250)

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Pot/Pan set with detachable handle (under $250)

Anyone have any recommendation for a post/pan set with detachable handles?
Not looking for anything too fancy; just reliable for regular use...
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Corning Ware pots with handles .... check out FB Marketplace and Kijiji
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I was under the impression that detachable handles were verboten in the U.S. and by extension North America for liability reasons. Certainly see Tefal sets in France. Those old Corning pots are long obsolete. You find lots of handles in thrift shops but no pots/pans.

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Is this a space saving thing? Seems like it would be a point of weakness (where the handle attaches)...when I'm dealing with boiling hot liquids, I want to be sure it's not going to slip off.
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Mars2012 wrote: Is this a space saving thing? Seems like it would be a point of weakness (where the handle attaches)...when I'm dealing with boiling hot liquids, I want to be sure it's not going to slip off.
I understand the concern... but this is more for smaller pots - with an capacity for 1.5 liters... not for pots making 5 liters of chicken broth XD
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