My 12" Calphalon Commercial Non-Stick omelet pan is starting to not be non-stick, and I warped the bottom ever so slightly early on while cooking on an ancient coil-top stove. I'm looking for a new non-stick frying pan, preferably one of the newer, ceramic- or titanium-based (non-PTFE) options.
I would love one of the fancy, expensive French pans, or even an All Clad NS, but money *is* an object in this decision. I like my Meyer Circulon Infinite pasta pot, and have decided that an anodized pan with encapsulated base might be good to have, so I'm considering the Circulon 10 and 12-inch pans.
Today I saw a pair of "Green Pan" frying pans at Costco. They seem lighter and thinner overall than my Calphalon. But the pair is about $35 plus tax. Are they any good?