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[Walmart] 8" Starfrit The Rock Frying Pan - $9.97 (Reg. 16.97)

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[Walmart] 8" Starfrit The Rock Frying Pan - $9.97 (Reg. 16.97)

Similar to the pans Canadian Tire had/has a sale on (Heritage The Rock) - same size going for $19. The Canadian Tire ones have steeper walls.

I personally absolutely love these pans as they're my go tos for breakfast meals. They've got really good non-stick and have held up really well for the past year (Im fairly gentle with it), so stocked up on several for the sale price.

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That's a huge frying pan, how would you even use it?
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FYI the coating doesnt last long, i dont use metal utensils or scoring pads.
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NightRain wrote: That's a huge frying pan, how would you even use it?
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jp149 wrote: FYI the coating doesnt last long, i dont use metal utensils or scoring pads.
with the usage of wooden and silicon utensils only, my larger ones from costco have lasted the last two years. They're now just getting to the point where the non-stick is starting to be less 'non-stick'
does your coating look visibly scratched? Or is food just sticking more and more?
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NightRain wrote: That's a huge frying pan, how would you even use it?
I actually prefer pans with higher edges, kind of like woks. It prevents a little bit of the oil or whatever else I'm cooking from splashing out.
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eugene188 wrote: I actually prefer pans with higher edges, kind of like woks. It prevents a little bit of the oil or whatever else I'm cooking from splashing out.
edges? I think that the industry term would be 'walls'.
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FINALLY!!!

the rock has come back to Walllllmart!

Ifff you sssssssssmelllllllll; what the rock! is cooking.
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CheapWinnipeger wrote: edges? I think that the industry term would be 'walls'.
I didn't know they were called walls either
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bfresh wrote: I didn't know they were called walls either
Post originally said it was an 8 foot pan
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Grabbed one from the store a few days back. For the price, it is one solid piece of pan. Size isn’t big enough to be used to prepare lunch but sufficient for cooking eggs, instant noodles etc
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I have this pan. The interior base is 5.75"....good for an omelette for 1
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Unresphek wrote: FINALLY!!!

the rock has come back to Walllllmart!

Ifff you sssssssssmelllllllll; what the rock! is cooking.
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Usually if you go in-store these will be available in the different colours too--YMMV though as I haven't seen this particular deal in-person yet.
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Unresphek wrote: FINALLY!!!

the rock has come back to Walllllmart!

Ifff you sssssssssmelllllllll; what the rock! is cooking.




More importantly is the food good or bad ? :)
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I have this pan for many years. Find it perfect for eggs. Scrambled, creamy, etc. 8” is great for 2 eggs. My use 95% of the time. Just don’t turn it on high heat like most non stick and it’ll be good. I only use a silicone spatula.
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ThaChingster wrote: with the usage of wooden and silicon utensils only, my larger ones from costco have lasted the last two years. They're now just getting to the point where the non-stick is starting to be less 'non-stick'
does your coating look visibly scratched? Or is food just sticking more and more?
i used it daily, bought it from walmart. the peaks of the ripples seem to have worn off, i was seeing metal beneath. the worst part is i was probably eating and feeding the coating with my food.

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