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    I just bought an 8 and a 10 inch pan. I noticed that the bottom edge of the 8 inch pan where it slopes up is a little rough.

    Did any of you notice this in this size pan? Most of the 10 inch pans I inspected did not have this, but most of the 8 inch pans I inspected had this.
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    All my pans of all three sizes are just perfect

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    Quote Originally Posted by pitonboy View Post
    All my pans of all three sizes are just perfect
    Thanks. I'll be returning my 8 inch then.
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    La Cuisine just issued a 20% off coupon (2 days after I ordered my pans - grrrr) - SUMMER2012 - good through August 31. Good everything they sell - and sell Mauviel, in case you want splurg!
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    Clarification - the La Cuisine coupon is valid July 15 - August 31. mpp
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    Knives or copper pans--such a difficult decision. Thanks for the heads up.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Miles View Post
    Just a heads up to anyone looking to take one of these for a test drive, I got a Tuesday Morning flyer in the mail last week that features DeBuyer Mineral pans on sale between $20-$30 for 8-10" pans. I haven't checked the local stores to see what they have, but that's a very decent price: French steel for prices comparable to the Paderno pans.
    Thanks a lot for the heads up, I just got a 20cm and 26 cm minérale.
    Quote Originally Posted by mhlee View Post
    I just bought an 8 and a 10 inch pan. I noticed that the bottom edge of the 8 inch pan where it slopes up is a little rough.

    Did any of you notice this in this size pan? Most of the 10 inch pans I inspected did not have this, but most of the 8 inch pans I inspected had this.
    All but the one I bought were like that where I went, I was just going to sand that down if I couldn't find a good one.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mpukas View Post
    La Cuisine just issued a 20% off coupon (2 days after I ordered my pans - grrrr) - SUMMER2012 - good through August 31. Good everything they sell - and sell Mauviel, in case you want splurg!
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    I bought an 8" and 2 x 10" pans from Tuesday Morning and am very pleased. They're far better than the Lodge cast iron and our small LeCreuset 8" fry pan; lighter, taking an easy and excellent seasoning and are already pretty non-stick. The smaller one is great for eggs and on the 10" I slow cooked a black and blue small beef roast we're slicing thin and using in summer salads.
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    What is the difference between the mineral and carbon plus series? I think I must have one of these!

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