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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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    Utopia Kitchen pans have always been my favourite.

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