Opinions On Cuisinart Stainless Cookware?
Q: i need new cookware. now. i have a set of crappy nonstick that is wearing off, and somehow, soaking up dishwashing soap and everything tastes funny, even when i rinse the pans over and over. i found a reasonably priced set of cuisinart "everyday" stainless cookware (have a copper sandwich bottom) on amazon and was wondering if anyone here had used them and could offer their opinions. mind you, i cannot afford the *really* good stuff, i just want pans that will stand up to every day cooking, heat relatively evenly, and can go in the oven.
A: "I have come to believe that the whole world is an enigma, a harmless enigma that is made terrible by our own mad attempt to interpret it as though it had an underlying truth." "Strange women lying in ponds distributing swords is no basis for a system of government. Supreme executive power derives from a mandate from the masses, not from some farcical aquatic ceremony." Go for it. I have one. It's a small skillet and it performs very well. It's true, to some degree, that you get what you pay for. The stuff you currently have is proof of that. $200 for 13 pieces (IF you'll use all the pieces, or most of them), in this case, is a fair price for good quality. Go for it. But--I have to interject my personal opinion here. Farberware now has a triple ply (same construction as All Clad). Prices are comparable to Cuisinart. While I haven't used it, I know that Farberware is a company that stands behind their products and offer excellent quality for a fair price. If you're interested in a triple clad set, I suggest you look in to Farberware Millennium, as well. www.farberware.com Good luck and let us know what you choose.
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