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    What is your highly recommended brand of skillet/fry pan?


    I need a pan that can handle the high heat of searing. Cleans up easily.
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    Try De Buyer Mineral B Element frying pans. A little on the pricey side, but excellent pans. I have two sizes.
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    Le Crueset is my choice. We had a plasma creuset; eventually the coating did start to erode, but it took many years. It's expensive, but if you can go to the outlets, you can likely get a great deal!
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    I have a stainless steel skillet that came with a set @momof3heathens . No coating to wear off, no rubber or plastic parts that can't go in the oven, and it cleans up very nicely. I got it many years ago from The Bay when they still had their ToGo line. It has a very heavy bottom that will never warp.
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    Quote Originally Posted by momof3heathens View Post
    What is your highly recommended brand of skillet/fry pan?


    I need a pan that can handle the high heat of searing. Cleans up easily.


    Buy a cast iron pan....
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    The All-Clad d5 Stainless Nonstick Fry Pan, the Demeyere 5-Plus Nonstick Fry Pan, and the Swiss Diamond Prestige Clad Nonstick Fry Pan all have five layers. These are best.
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    I personally use the wearever C944SA 10-piece ceramic cookware set. Been using Teflon frying pans for the past decade or so but switched to ceramic once i started reading those health hazards related to Teflon all over the internet. I was a bit skeptical initially regarding the nonstick properties but boy, these are flawless. All my pan fried stuff turns out great and the pans are cleaned in a jiffy.
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    De Buyer MINERAL B Round Carbon Steel Fry Pan 8-Inch

    Its pretty expensive but even if you need to take a loan to buy it I highly recommend you do it. Its like Maybach in the world of frying pens

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    Cast iron or a bottom-clad stainless steal pan.



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    Any manufacturer can be, but it is better to take those that are slightly higher than the average price - and there will be good quality, and there is no excessive markup for the brand.Teflon-coated pans are very good in the household, but they serve up to 2 years. Often less, Teflon scratches no matter how carefully you use it.Cast iron pans are good, but they are heavy, and if the pan is large and prepared for the whole family, you can kill it if you lift it.If you are a neat hostess, you can take a frying pan with a granite coating, but only if you do not drop the dishes often. Granite has one chip - and you can throw it away.
    I prefer cast aluminum pans. If it's of good quality, the pan won't darken. Aluminum is lightweight and lasts a long time. I don't pay special attention to some brands. I look at the quality of the material and the shape of the dishes.

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