What cookware do you use?

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Re: What cookware do you use?

Postby Lin » Wed Sep 01, 2010 4:13 pm

I just found this at Harris Scarfe for $30! http://www.bergnereurope.com/item.aspx?item=bg-26ind

I had given up on finding an affordable pan with detachable handle that would fit into my kitchen box, and today I just stumbled across it. It wasn't even in their catalogue! It's a nice big one, with lid. Really pleased with it!
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Re: What cookware do you use?

Postby Titch » Wed Sep 01, 2010 4:21 pm

How thick a base Lin?
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Re: What cookware do you use?

Postby GypsyLady » Wed Sep 01, 2010 7:06 pm

Lin wrote:I just found this at Harris Scarfe for $30! http://www.bergnereurope.com/item.aspx?item=bg-26ind

I had given up on finding an affordable pan with detachable handle that would fit into my kitchen box, and today I just stumbled across it. It wasn't even in their catalogue! It's a nice big one, with lid. Really pleased with it!



Looks like a GREAT find Lin.....good one.
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Re: What cookware do you use?

Postby Lin » Wed Sep 01, 2010 8:33 pm

"How thick a base Lin?"

It's pretty heavy. Non-stick, Teflon, so not sure how durable it will be.
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