Uestion: Is Cuisinart Or Farberware Cookware Any Good?
Q: I have been looking at a lot of diffrent cookware. Two of the nicer sets (that are available to me in local stores) are Cuisinart Everyday, and Farberware Millennium nonstick. The Cuisinart cookware is MUCH more expensive than the Farberware (almost $300 for a 14 piece set). But what I'm really interested in is which is the better cookware. Ie how do the two compare as far as hot spots, sticking (not real important), performance, wear and tear over the long term, etc. Dose anyone have any experience with these brands and if so good or bad? I have been thinking it would be nice to get some decent cookware. I would like it to be a life time investment, so quality is most important.
A: First I don't have any practical experience with the Cuisinart cookware but have had satisfactory results with their food processor and toaster. Also, from my personal experience, it is better to buy a few pieces of cookware at a time, that way you can get what you truly need rather than a set of pots and pans that may not be fully utilized. Buy a sample piece from each set, give it a test run, and then buy what you like. Farberware Millenium is the best price/quality compromise I know of. I have a 4k text file I mailed to a poster this summer that I can send you that goes into some of the details. It is one of a few brands that is truly nonstick, while allowing you to use metal utensils.
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