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    For fry/saute/sauce/etc pans what do you choose? Seems like most places just get whatever is cheapest at the time. I'm partial to the vollrath optio line for price/performance ratio, but i'm curious what everyone else prefers.

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    I use Paderno, Debuyer, All-Clad, Cuisinart tri-ply, Lodge, Staub for all my cooking needs =)

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    I actually have a few brands but then with induction one learns to buy as one needs it. So with that said aside from the standard cast iron stuff as well as the enameled dutch ovens, I tend to buy good quality stainless steel pans either in tri ply or encapsulated bottoms. Now in induction it just needs to work since all that heats is the pan nothing more. I have Wolfgang Puck, Emeralware, All-Clad etc but have several different brands mostly purchased for a given pot/pan for the job at hand.
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    Mostly Falk and Erie (Griswold)

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    Sitram catering line. Even I can't destroy it.
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    Home cook here. My favorite fry pan is 12 inch Debuyer mineral pan. I also use All Clad stainless, Demeyere, Lodge Cast Iron, Le Crueset and Staub enameled CI and a generic carbon wok.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ecchef View Post
    Sitram catering line. Even I can't destroy it.
    Haven't had the chance to try one of these yet. All praise from the catering line and I will pick one up in the future but all my cash is tied up at the moment.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ecchef View Post
    Sitram catering line. Even I can't destroy it.
    Is that the Cybernox?

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