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need pots and pans help

July 1st, 2007 at 03:56 pm

My pots and pans are about to stand on their last legs! I would like to see what everyone else uses and how happy you are with them. I am not looking for the K-mart cheap sets--no offense I have had many a cheap sets--I just want some decent quality pots and pans that will last a long time

6 Responses to “need pots and pans help”

  1. disneysteve Says:

    We also went through the cheap sets over the years. About 2 years ago, we had had enough. We bought a set of Calphalon Triply Stainless Steel cookward and we absolutely love it. It is sturdy, heats well, cooks evenly and cleans up in a snap. We use these pots and pans virtually every day and they still look brand new after 2 years. I have no doubt that these will last us for many years, if not the rest of our lives. We got our set at Bed, Bath and Beyond. It was $400 and came with a $50 store gift card, so $350 net cost.

  2. jennlem Says:

    SO far that is the kind of set I was leaning towards. The savings will also be better with the addition of the famous 20% off coupons.

  3. Ima saver Says:

    We got a good set of pots and pans about 25 years ago for over $200. That was a whole lot of money back then, but we are still using them. We got them at Sears or Penny's.

  4. LuckyRobin Says:

    I got new pots and pans last year. I got hard-anodized ones. They work so much better than teflon or ordinary stainless steel pans.

  5. Joan.of.the.Arch Says:

    If you settle on a name brand, watch amazon.com sales. They sometimes have kitchen items at great discounts.

  6. mom-from-missouri Says:

    Mine came from the amish store. You know they are tough when they were made to withstand being used on a wood cookstove, or over an open flame. You can find the same sets online at Lehmans.com They come in stainless, cast iron or some are coated with telfon. I love them. They still look brand new and I have had them over 20 years.

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