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    Canada's Sharpest Lefty Lefty's Avatar
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    It's perfect for ragouts, and brothy dishes like carne alentejana, as well. So, yes, get it if the price is right.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Kyle View Post
    Does anyone have or use the De Buyer country pans? I really want one, but not sure how much I'll use it.
    I have quite a few deBuyer pans and the country pan is the second most used. It's nice to have those big sides when you want them, I also find the handle doesn't get quite as hot as others which is nice.

    Lefty I had to look up Carne de Porco ā Alentejana and it looks like something I will be trying soon--pork and clams! Any special recipe?
    one man gathers what another man spills...

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    For those in canada, futureshop.ca is selling debuyer pans 45-55% off atm, who knew lol

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    Just a heads up. SLT is having a deBuyer Clearance. These are their Tim Love exclusive line but they are pretty much the same as the mineral b line (the only difference is these are 2.3mm think and mineral b are 2.5mm).

    Fry pans 8",10",12"
    http://www.surlatable.com/product/PR...Steel-Skillets

    Grill pan
    http://www.surlatable.com/product/PR...teel-Grill-Pan

    Chef's pan
    http://www.surlatable.com/product/PR...teel-Chefs-Pan

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    You think? Did this info come from SLT or where?

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    Quote Originally Posted by bikehunter View Post
    You think? Did this info come from SLT or where?
    I own pans from both lines. These even ship with the same bees wax coating. If you live near a SLT you could go in and handle them yourself before buying.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bkultra View Post
    Just a heads up. SLT is having a deBuyer Clearance. These are their Tim Love exclusive line but they are pretty much the same as the mineral b line (the only difference is these are 2.3mm think and mineral b are 2.5mm).

    Fry pans 8",10",12"
    http://www.surlatable.com/product/PR...Steel-Skillets

    Grill pan
    http://www.surlatable.com/product/PR...teel-Grill-Pan

    Chef's pan
    http://www.surlatable.com/product/PR...teel-Chefs-Pan
    Would the ornamentation on the handle make it no longer oven-safe? Hard to get a good look at it in the pictures.

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    These are Oven and broiler safe.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SameGuy View Post
    I'm still shopping for a nice, big stainless skillet for those tasks that are better served with stainless. Any recommendations?
    We have 15 years on Meyer Bella Cuisine SS, full set of large and small. My mother-in-law has the same set for 20 years. The think alu clad bottom is about 13mm thick. Believe it or not, to clean them my wife runs just a touch of soap then a bit of water when the pans are hot to instantly boil them clean. I may have to rehandle them - some of the plastic covering is getting a little oxidized and one handle got over-hot so lost a chip. These are not for oven use - stove top only.

    Next up with steel handle, but I don't know if is oven safe is Belgique Tools of the Trade. 5 years on that pan, no issues. If the stainless would get the same non-stick seasoning as cast iron or steel I would be really, really happy.

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    For SS fry pans I'm partial to the Demeyere ProLine.

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