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Cuisinart 11-Piece Cookware Set

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DMod


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Perfect for cooking squirrels!

samandlisa


quality posts: 1 Private Messages samandlisa

Good stuff

ThunderThighs


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DMod wrote:Perfect for cooking squirrels!



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cpchristensen


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This is a great set. I bought from another retailer but I wish I would of capitalized on here would of saved another $40 bucks.

But the set you can't go wrong with. The lids are a little loose but rarely an issue. The steamer makes the set almost all worth it.

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Cuisinart 11-Piece Cookware Set
Price: $97.99
Shipping Options: FREE SHIPPING (Unless it's wine)
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labgrant


quality posts: 2 Private Messages labgrant
DMod wrote:Perfect for cooking squirrels!



or frying fish.

psykobunni


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DMod wrote:Perfect for cooking squirrels!



Win

SerialBeggar


quality posts: 4 Private Messages SerialBeggar
labgrant wrote:or frying fish.



+1 !!!

mdrcoast


quality posts: 11 Private Messages mdrcoast

Not a good Anniversary present...

Can't imagine the reaction to this one..


But an Owl will fit in the big one...

ellen3kay


quality posts: 1 Private Messages ellen3kay

Fish or Squirrels....it's so versatile!!!

enpop1


quality posts: 2 Private Messages enpop1

And what have we got on this thing... a Cuisinart?!

junkyman


quality posts: 2 Private Messages junkyman

V'owl chef approves.

m5rammy


quality posts: 3 Private Messages m5rammy

so, is this, like, a "stainless steel and pure aluminum" clad way to boost my level?

goodviking


quality posts: 2 Private Messages goodviking
labgrant wrote:or frying fish.



Or something something owls. Am I right?

Anyone?

Meh

aardwolf64


quality posts: 6 Private Messages aardwolf64

We went stainless a few months ago. My wife wanted to get rid of the teflon stuff, because she is convinced it ends up in our food.

I like the idea of not having an antistick coating, but those things are a bear to clean. I guess it's the price you pay for avoiding nonstick coating.

axphw1


quality posts: 12 Private Messages axphw1
aardwolf64 wrote:We went stainless a few months ago. My wife wanted to get rid of the teflon stuff, because she is convinced it ends up in our food.

I like the idea of not having an antistick coating, but those things are a bear to clean. I guess it's the price you pay for avoiding nonstick coating.



Bartender's Friend and elbow grease

ThunderThighs


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axphw1 wrote:Bartender's Friend and elbow grease



I hear Squarryl tails make excellent buffing pads.

Oh yes, I did!



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bjsmethers


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Silly fish and owls, you can't use these! You lack the dexterity of the squarryl's nimble hands.

Everyone knows squarryls have a natural +10 Dex mod...

ItsBob2112


quality posts: 6 Private Messages ItsBob2112

I know nothing of pots and pans. I had a tfal set my mom bought me about 15 years ago. Some, most, I've thrown out because the coating was coming off. Can someone tell me if these are good, not just good for the cost. Does food stick in these or do you need to coat everything all the time with oil? I should read the specs for other info like going into the oven. But basic care from anyone who owns these would be most helpful! Thanks!

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zolttt


quality posts: 12 Private Messages zolttt
ThunderThighs wrote:I hear Squarryl tails make excellent buffing pads.

Oh yes, I did!



Feathers also make a good scrubber.

Koi are entirely too slippery to clean anything with

SerialBeggar


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zolttt


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bjsmethers wrote:Silly fish and owls, you can't use these! You lack the dexterity of the squarryl's nimble hands.

Everyone knows squarryls have a natural +10 Dex mod...




go home Squarryl, youre drunk


krypticklown


quality posts: 0 Private Messages krypticklown

Quality cooking set for the "just out of college" people, better than cooking off rocks and stick

SerialBeggar


quality posts: 4 Private Messages SerialBeggar

wisenekt


quality posts: 29 Private Messages wisenekt
DMod wrote:Perfect for cooking squirrels!



The enemy of my enemy is my friend indeed.

ThunderThighs


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zolttt wrote:Feathers also make a good scrubber.

Koi are entirely too slippery to clean anything with



Season the pan?



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zolttt


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ThunderThighs wrote:Season the pan?



mmmmm koi ramen noodles.....

wait a minute!

foodguru


quality posts: 2 Private Messages foodguru

Hot Stuff

tunit515


quality posts: 0 Private Messages tunit515

i've cooked before.

enpop1


quality posts: 2 Private Messages enpop1
ItsBob2112 wrote:I know nothing of pots and pans. I had a tfal set my mom bought me about 15 years ago. Some, most, I've thrown out because the coating was coming off. Can someone tell me if these are good, not just good for the cost. Does food stick in these or do you need to coat everything all the time with oil? I should read the specs for other info like going into the oven. But basic care from anyone who owns these would be most helpful! Thanks!



We don't have this set, but a Stainless Steel set that we bought at Costco a few years back. Yes, you should grease/oil the pans before frying or you'll end up with some really terrible looking fried eggs and you'll spend an hour trying to scrape off the debris left behind. Stainless though is nice and personally I think it heats much better than Teflon coated pans, but you do have to manage the cleanliness of them much more than you would with non-stick.

mank17


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As good a time as any for a fishy squarryl-fry.

Shane Manke

steveliu


quality posts: 0 Private Messages steveliu

Another Cuisinart Cookware Set? Deja Woot!

rachelparton


quality posts: 0 Private Messages rachelparton

I have had these for years. I throw them in my dishwasher and 99% of the time they come out sparkling...no elbow grease needed!

jjconnol


quality posts: 0 Private Messages jjconnol

When are they going to get those kitchen aid teflon pans. I have one and it is the bomb

hyena7


quality posts: 0 Private Messages hyena7

Perfect for mixing together any health potions to defeat Takai!!

mobetta50


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I prefer hard anodized...

ehutchaz


quality posts: 1 Private Messages ehutchaz

My wife has this set and they have been amazing. You just have to adjust if you're converting from non-stick, but these are so much better.

ItsBob2112


quality posts: 6 Private Messages ItsBob2112

not too sure, but thanks for the serious info and also the comic relief! Going to pass for now but have a feeling we haven't seen the last of these!

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davejostef


quality posts: 1 Private Messages davejostef

I love my Cuisinart pans and this is a great deal. I use them for a lot of things but I also have various sizes of non stick fry pans. Don't even THINK about trying to fry and egg in a pan like this. You'll be soaking it for days to get it off the bottom. There are just some things that won't work well in this type of pan (vs. non stick). It's why I have both at hand.

ItsBob2112 wrote:I know nothing of pots and pans. I had a tfal set my mom bought me about 15 years ago. Some, most, I've thrown out because the coating was coming off. Can someone tell me if these are good, not just good for the cost. Does food stick in these or do you need to coat everything all the time with oil? I should read the specs for other info like going into the oven. But basic care from anyone who owns these would be most helpful! Thanks!