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i've gotten into cooking preserves recently and am interested in a copper jam pan which is unlined. i thought that i had heard that acidic foods should not be used in unlined copper
overall there are only two brands that have really caught my eye: falk culinair and bottega del rame mazzetti copper cookware. falk mainly because of the brushed copper exterior, cast iron
as i said in my earlier post, commercial grade copper is heavy i'm a reasonably fit 190 lb. male and cannot lift my 12' sautoir by the handle with one hand, even empty, so
i paid $35 for a 3.3 quart inocuivre saucepan on ebay this is a ridiculously cheap price for a 2.5mm copper/stainless pan of the size the pan i bought apparently was the same bimetal
so i have been thinking about breaking down and getting a nice piece of copper. i settled on the rondeau because i could use it stove top or in the oven. i have a friend who is a big falk
personally, i mostly like heavy mauviel tin lined copper, but between all clad copper core and falk, i'd prefer falk, which is serious, heavy, copperware with only a thin inner layer
that's fine and all, but the price is surprisingly low. the 9.5' skillet costs only $60. i'm a bit suspicious on that. unless it's on ebay, i've never seen 2mm bimetal
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i have 12' copper skillet i picked up this summer. it's a sur la table piece made by mauviel. 1.5mm copper with stainless steel interior. it's a heavy pan and i've been
i am a newbie to copper, but made a big leap at least in $$ by purchasing several pieces. the two most significant and most expensive are a 6 gallon 12'x12' 2.5mm thick
those prices are even worse than i thought they would be i bought my mauviel m250c 10.2 inch frypan at bed bath and beyond on black friday for $200 using a 20% off coupon, of course .
so, i stumbled upon several copper pieces at tj and couldn't resist. they are 2mm tin lined copper sauce pans in 16, 18 and 20 cm and a 24 cm saute pan w/lid. some look a little
i have a few pieces of stainless back saucepans of various sizes in the us, but i am pretty much starting the kitchen from scratch, so i am quite flexible on what to buy. although the
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so i just bought my two first falk copper items a 20cm mousselin sauce pan with stainless handle and a 18 cm saucier/conical sauce pan also with the stainless handle. if any of you have
i've been seeing copper cookware mauviel on several flash sale sites lately gilt, rue la la and have wondered what is so great about copper cookware. is it worth the hype and
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i found this beautiful, handmade copper pot in the souks of fes over the summer of course, i had to pick the unlined one even though they had plenty of tin lined copper pots and only
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