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All-Clad 2-Piece Frying Pan Set $59.99

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[The Bay] All-Clad 2-Piece Frying Pan Set $59.99

This frying pan set includes an 8" and 10" pan. The Bay has them on sale for 69.99, but you can add code E37462M to discount it an additional $10 (works for any purchase over $40). The free shipping threshold is $99 if you don't have an HBC card.

This frying pan set is tied as the top pick by Wirecutter (https://www.nytimes.com/wirecutter/revi ... stick-pan/).
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Jul 12, 2007
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Is that non stick safe? I have older pans and the black coating is coming off everywhere. I rather use an oil or something instead. Anyone have any comments on these?
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Mar 22, 2007
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Seriously. Who tf downvoted
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Jul 5, 2017
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Have these, they work okay for induction tops. I find that I have to place the large pan in a specific spot in order for the pan to heat.

I Also have a lagostina frying pan that is the same size and it cooks much faster/heats up hotter.
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mtlboy wrote: Is that non stick safe? I have older pans and the black coating is coming off everywhere. I rather use an oil or something instead. Anyone have any comments on these?
No, Teflon non-stick is not as safe as stainless steel, no. PFOA-free non-stick coatings like the ones in this pan are claimed to be, but if you want to be safe, stick to stainless.

That said, you and almost every single organism in the entire world already has PFOA in their bloodstream.
if you are a sentient being reading this article in 2016, you already have PFOA in your blood. It is in your parents’ blood, your children’s blood, your lover’s blood. How did it get there? Through the air, through your diet, through your use of nonstick cookware, through your umbilical cord. Or you might have drunk tainted water.
https://www.nytimes.com/2016/01/10/maga ... tmare.html

Get these for $270 from Costco if you're looking for a full set, with a 12" pan: costco-270-anolon-nouvelle-copper-10-pi ... y-2379182/
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Dec 20, 2018
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Here's a video about a cooking youtuber who I think is better at explaining the why.

It will not protect against 5G or someone who insists on saying actually.
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Nov 15, 2016
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OP Thank for the promo code. Ordered a T-fal titanium wokWinking Face
Jun 3, 2008
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I have these pans and they are great. They still look brand new, and I suspect the built quality of the pan will outlast the non-stick coating. This is the upper price range of what I'm willing to spend for non-stick, as they really should be replaced the minute the coating starts to go. Note: some people find the handles VERY uncomfortable. They work great with a towel tough. A quick google and you'll see how polarizing All-Clad handles are.
May 22, 2014
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how are these for induction? i use carbon steel for my eggs but it just doesn't work as well as a nonstick.
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Oct 16, 2007
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I have them and they are the best non-stick pans I've owned
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Feb 28, 2017
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Can you put these in the oven?
I cant tell if im addicted to RFD or good deals
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May 7, 2010
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Is this thick enough that it won't warp? I bought the 3 piece non-stick T-Fal from Costco and it's already warped...
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Jan 25, 2008
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Good set, all clad known for their stainless Pans but I got a couple of these and they have held up well for eggs
Dec 20, 2010
91 posts
Got these last year for 59. Besides my Dutch ovens, I use them the most. Also, I only use a soft cloth to clean and silicon or plastic kitchen tools on it. The non-stick coating is still 100%
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Jan 12, 2004
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Ive had this set for about a year using it on my induction top. No warping so far, but the surface doesn't perform as well as it used to. Stuff still doesn't stick, but i'd say around 75% as effective as before. Non-stick is one of those things that it's not really worth investing a ton of money into as all non-stick surfaces will fail over time. i still prefer to use these over my stainless all-clad pans because i'm lazy af when it comes to clean up.
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Mar 2, 2004
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how do these compare to the rock heritage? I have a set of Heritage rock from costco but the surface is starting to come off. :( we only use it with wood cookware too.
Jul 25, 2019
445 posts
I've had these. They're pretty good and I liked them while I had them. They lasted for about a year before I had to replace them on account of the non-stick wearing off - to be fair I used them almost every day. Before I get blasted, I took very careful care of them, used only at a medium heat, didn't use metal utensils, hand washed only, etc.