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My Advice On Buying Frying Pans — 18 Comments

  1. i love these pans have both of them and cant imagine cooking without then

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    • Me too Usha 🙂

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  2. Great post Tandy! I recently added a cast iron pan to the collection and really like it. It’s not so good for things like eggs and omelettes but it really conducts heat well and quickly too 🙂
    Lorraine @ Not Quite Nigella sharing the blog ♥ Toasted Coconut & Lime BreadMy Profile

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    • I hope you get much use out of your cast iron pan! I have a cast iron griddle pan that I seldom use 🙂

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  3. Honestly, I never realised that different fry pans work better for different dishes, I thought they would all be good! 😛
    Shows my inexperience when it comes to cooking!
    Great informative post 🙂

    Cheers
    Choc Chip Uru

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    • Like everything, one could pan could do it all, but as your needs grow so will your selection 🙂

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  4. This is shameful to admit but I own all of 2 pans and one is nearly on its way out. I seriously need to fix this. Thanks for the inspiration, Tandy!

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    • I hope you have fun buying a new pan Angela 🙂

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  5. Great advice – Tandy – I love my frying pans.
    Rachel (Rachel’s Kitchen NZ) sharing the blog ♥ Smoked Salmon, Cucumber, Asparagus & Mint SaladMy Profile

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    • That makes a huge difference when you are cooking a lot 🙂

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  6. This is such a timely post for me because I am desperate for a few good frying pans! My were 3 pans for $10 bucks at a store called Bed, Bath & Beyond. They were intended just for use for college students who use them occasionally. And I use pans everyday and yet mine are so, hmmmm, the only word I can think of is crappy. Definitely am jealous of the pan that you use for 4 egg omelets, will have to send my husband this link, maybe he’ll take the hint for Christmas =)
    Laura @ Raise Your Garden sharing the blog ♥ Wasting FoodMy Profile

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    • I have heard of BB&B and would love to take a wander through the aisles. Hope Tom gets the hint for a new set of pans for you Laura 🙂

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  7. You’re right, if you buy quality kitchen tools, they’ll last long enough to pass down when we’re gone.
    Maureen | Orgasmic Chef sharing the blog ♥ Apple Rhubarb CrumbleMy Profile

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    • I wonder if the kids would like my pans?

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  8. Ah yes. Lovely new pots and pans. I bought a Bauer set with a large pot (that I use for pasta, soups and stews), a large pan and a small pot (for eggs and popcorn etc) 13 years ago and I haven’t really bought anything else since then. I bought 2 lightweight pans from Checkers about 5 years back and I use those for pancakes since the Bauer pan is heavy and no longer non stick. Also, I cook at very high heats (very bad habit, I know) so my pots get damaged over time. I bought a LC cocotte about 2 years ago and absolutely adore it. I made EVERYTHING in that now. Was actually thinking of expanding my collection just the other day. Thinking about buying the LC Marmitout Pan next. It looks ideal for my needs. Great post Tandy. Very informative! 🙂 xx

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    • I used to have Bauer pans as well, years ago. I must look at that LC pan. I use my tagine for everything and my cocotte gets used every day as well. But, you are right, high heat is not good. Have a super day xxx

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  9. Pans and pots is something we need to replace. I got a fright when I started pricing them.
    Have a super day Tandy.
    :-)Mandy xo

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    • Oh, don’t look at the prices Mandy, it is enough to make you faint!

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