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    Fry pan

    Im looking for a SS fry pan for pan roasting and making pan sauces. My buget is around 100 dollars. I mostly cook for two so i think that a 11-12 inches should be big enough.

    I did some reading and found that this pan: http://www.amazon.com/Cuisinart-Mult...d_rhf_se_p_t_1 should be the same as the allclad but cheaper.

    My main concern is, that the aluminum layer is thin and won't ensure even cooking.

    What do you guys think should i buy this one or should i look for something else?

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    Don't know if they still have any left, but Williams Sonoma had a bunch of All Clad pans on the sale rack last week and I think that there was a 10" and 12" set for around $100. We were looking at getting it for my sister-in-law but she didn't want to pull the trigger on it. I thought it seemed a pretty good deal but we didn't really need it. My mother in law has it and it works pretty well. My wife loves her Le Crueset and I am preferential to my vintage cast iron pans.
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    I just went on line and they say they do not have any in stock - but if you have a local store - they might have it -
    All-Clad Classic Tri-Ply Stainless-Steel Fry Pan Set 10" and 12" pans - $79.99

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    Here is some Emerilware also made by All-Clad http://www.amazon.com/Emeril-Pro-Cla...877506&sr=1-14

    I have a 4 quart saute pan and like it a lot.
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    You may want to check out the Tramontina Tri-Ply line of cookware. Cooks Illustrated rated Tramontina as a Best Buy. I have the 10 piece set but this may be a good option - http://www.walmart.com/ip/Tramontina...Cooker/5716485

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    I have both Cuisinart multiclad pro and all-clad. I find the multiclad pro performs just as well as all-clad. I would not hesitate to buy more multiclad pro pieces.

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    Might not quite be All Clad (although, maybe it is), but I've been very pleased with my Tramontina pans. I not crazy about Walmart, but I like that I can order online and it will be delivered to the nearest store in a few days, and you can walk to the back of the store and have it done in 5 minutes. And the prices can't be beat.

    http://www.walmart.com/ip/Tramontina...te-Pan/5716486

    http://www.walmart.com/ip/Tramontina...te-Pan/5716483

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    Check out Falk -- its copper may be a bit more expensive but they have a try my discount on your first purchase. now having some copper in my kitchen, i never NEVER look to any other pan. Plus if you treat em right, your grandchildren will be cooking on your copper.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bcrano View Post
    Check out Falk -- its copper may be a bit more expensive .
    Heh...please send a link where these are a "bit" more expensive. ;-)

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    150 for a sauce pan... 195 for a fry pan. still think it's worth it. my all clad's wore out pretty quick.
    http://www.copperpans.com/falktrymepiece.html

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