Scanpan and anolon frypans here. Love them.
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11-05-2014 23:38 #11
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12-05-2014 13:13 #12Senior Member
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Thanks for the replies! I've never heard of scanpan or Le Creuset before. And after reading your replies I think I'll go for another cast iron pan and just make sure it is well seasoned.
12-05-2014 14:58 #13
My present to myself years ago when I was going through a rough time was about $600 worth of Anolon saucepans and frypans. Well worth it!
12-05-2014 20:55 #14Senior Member
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My partner gave me a Flavourstone and I find it only a little better than my cheap non-stick Big W pans. My fave frypan is a little non-stick Kitchen Aid one with a metal handle - never knew they did frypans until I saw it on special.
12-05-2014 21:33 #15
So funny I came across this thread tonight, my Le Crueset fry pan arrived today.
They had great reviews and I can't wait to use it.
The care and instructions says before first use to condition the pan but I have no idea what that means? :/
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