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I am going to being buying new cookware...Any suggestions? There are so many out there! HELP! LOL!
-- Jennifer (firstname.lastname@example.org), January 30, 2002
My sister-in-law got an entire new set of cookware last June when she married. It was one she had picked out, and ran around $200 or so for the set. Mine is similar, from pampered chef, and cost about the same (got it half price with a party); thing is, we both have the same complaint - the skillet seems to stick, even though it is coated with teflon.
Now. Sister-in-law has a little small skillet I gave her several years ago when she was in college that she loves. I picked it up at an off-price store, and it is T-Fal brand. She STILL brags on that skillet, says NOTHING will stick to it, and she wishes she had picked out a set of that brand instead of what she did get!
Also, just for an extra nickels worth, nothing tastes as good as fish fried in a cast-iron skillet. They take a while to get seasoned properly, but they are wonderful when you get it right!
-- Christine in OK (email@example.com), January 30, 2002.
Nothing beats cast iron, especially for non stick!
-- CJ (firstname.lastname@example.org), January 30, 2002.
Cast iron and stainless are the healthiest. 1810 stainless is the best of it's kind, just be careful not to scratch it.
-- Cindy (SE. IN) (email@example.com), January 30, 2002.