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anyone got a discount on All-Clad SS cookware?

im looking to pick up some pots and pans and looking for a deal as they are a bit pricy imo.

all from the stainless steel line.

10" fry pan
7qt stock pot
12" chefs pan w/ lid
3qt sauce pan w/ lid

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Is there a ghey forum cause this is where it belongs.....

PM Vcook...I here he has a TON of Bed Bath & Beyooooond 20%ers.and you can use multiple coupons in one visit
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PM Vcook...I here he has a TON of Bed Bath & Beyooooond 20%ers.and you can use multiple coupons in one visit
if my wife found out I gave those away I'd be in big trouble!!

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Check Bloomingdales, they run pretty agressive sales every so often(particularly around Christmas). All-Clad is the shit, blows all that other shit away.

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My wife's old co-worker sells Calphalon Pots & Pans at 40% off retail...and I did some price checking at Bed Bath and Beyond and sure enough they are. So if your interested in a set pm me your email address and I'll forward you her information. We just bought a 10 piece set for $350.
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This is most likely not updated but gives you an idea:

Calphalon Sale Quantity Retail Price Each Discount
ONE Infused Anodized
10 Piece Set 2 600 360
14 Everyday 3 175 105
10 Fry Pan 4 125 75
12 Fry Pan 1 150 90
4.5qt Sauce Pan 1 200 120
3qt Saute Pan 4 200 120

ONE Infused Anodized Nonstick
10 Piece Set 2 600 360 SOLD (2)
12 Pan 1 175 105
5qt Sauce Pan 1 250 150

ONE Nonstick Cookware
10 Piece Set -Missing 4.5 qt Lid 1 600 330
2.5qt Sauce Pot 1 150 90 SOLD

Contemporary Nonstick Cookware
10 Piece Set 1 400 240

Enamel Cast Iron Cookware
8qt Oval Dutch Oven in Cabernet Color 1 180 108
8qt Oval Dutch Oven in Custard Color 2 180 108

Contemporary Stainless Cookware
8 Pc Set 1 400 240
8 Pc Set -Missing Cover 1 400 220
Flat Bottom Wok 1 100 60
6.5qt Sauce Pot 5 100 60
8qt Stock Pot 1 195 117
3.5qt Pot 1 130 78 SOLD
10 Piece Set 1 500 300 SOLD
5qt Saute Pan 1 180 108 SOLD

Contemporary Stainless Non Stick Cookware
10 Piece Set 2 600 360

Cutlery
Katana V6 Japanese Steel 8 Piece Set 1 300 180
Traditional 15 Piece Cutlery Set 2 180 108
6 Cleaver 3 60 36

Other
All purpose Gadget Set (5 Piece Set) 1 50 30
Stainless Steel 6 Piece Crock Set 1 50 30 SOLD
4 Piece Cheese Set 1 50 30
9 Round Cake Pan 1 20 12
Roaster 1 170 102 SOLD
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Unless you're dead set on All-Clad, I would check out this Calphalon offer ^^^

I prefer Calphalon, but All-Clad is definately good stuff.

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Unless you're dead set on All-Clad, I would check out this Calphalon offer ^^^

I prefer Calphalon, but All-Clad is definately good stuff.
i have both in my kitchen. Calphalon is great for the nonstick, but allclad is very consistant heat and very nice for things that don't stick to the pan (soups, sauces, etc)

But truth be told, I use an $8 frying pan I bought from target more then anything else in my kitchen. It's probably because it's the only large frying pan that we have, but its always my go to pan.

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swap that silly stainless frying pan for a real one made of cast iron

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swap that silly stainless frying pan for a real one made of cast iron
Copper dissipates the heat more evenly, prolly a tiny bit more expensive though.
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Copper dissipates the heat more evenly, prolly a tiny bit more expensive though.
ummm.... no
cast iron is excellent at conducting heat evenly throughout the pan surface, in addition its high thermal capacity makes searing and other like jobs easier in a cast iron pan since the pan does not cool down quickly.

cast iron also, with useage gets better and better since the black seasoning coating becomes more and more non stick as time and useage pass. no need to worry about scratching it with a fork like teflon either, and if you do manage to scratch it it will heal

copper isnt a good idea, copper while an excellent conductor( hence copper clad pans) actually can have toxic effects on the body as copper is leached into the food during cooking. cast iron doesn have this problem

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the copper is at the base of the pan and wraped between stainless steel.

yes yes cast iron is the old standard for mid-evil cooking, but id rather not be built like a olympic weight lifter just to make a meal, and im a clean freak so i cant leave any fat or coatings on a pan, it kills me to have to look at that.

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i dont leave fat in my cast pan

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Go to Marshall's and buy all of them separate. They always have nice heavy Cuisinart stuff. Personally swear by Cuisinart.

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