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10/25/08 8:36 A

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I am still looking. He will have to live with them for awhile. I want them to be perfect. I keep shopping. I am sure as we get closer to Christmas there will be more deals. I have written down all the pieces he has now. I want to make sure he gets a replacement for every piece.

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10/24/08 8:47 P

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I, like your hubby, do all the cooking. I have a set of Calphalon that I LOVE. It is non-stick, but not the older teflon kind that flakes off in your food as it ages. I have had it for years, cooked on it often and it has held up great. Not sure how it does in a dishwasher. They often have good deals on starter sets at Kohl's. I recieved it for Christmas years back and have gotten several half price pieces a Kohl's over the years. Hope this helps.

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10/12/08 2:33 P

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Thanks guys I am going to have to seriously start shopping. As someone who never ever cooks it is hard to imagine how to figure out what works best.

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10/10/08 4:24 P

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When my old saute pan gave up the ghost a year ago I bought an inexpensive Martha Stewart branded one at Kmart as a temporary solution, with the plan to buy a more expensive one the following weekend. I'll tell you, I love my MS stainless steel pan. It's the best thing I've ever cooked with and I plan to replace all of my other pots and pans with it as they need it.

~Shannon

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10/9/08 8:28 A

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I purchased a Circulon set at Sears a couple of years ago and love it. The only drawback is that it can't go in the dishwasher as it says it will discolor. It cleans so easy though that it has never been an issue. Here's the link:
http://www.sears.com/shc/s/p_10153_12605
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LADYWEZ's Photo LADYWEZ SparkPoints: (34,054)
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10/9/08 7:48 A

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I don't cook but am thinking about buying my hubby (who does all the cooking) new cookware for Christmas. He keeps saying if we had better pots and pans he could cook with less oil etc.

Does anyone have any ideas on which brands are the best? I am just confused. I have looked at Rachel Ray, Emril etc. any ideas? those of you who cook.
I just leave notes and my food magically appears. I know I am spoiled and I do love it.

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