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3/5/19 9:00 A

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Have a 40 year old set of Farberware. Lightweight, indestructible and cooks like a dream. They are stainless steel clad and clean up easily. Beware of heavy cookware as you will not always be as strong as you once were......hindsight. j

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3/5/19 2:39 A

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I have Cast Iron that I use a lot also have Wolfgang Puck pots and Pans~

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1/25/19 5:48 A

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We use copper pans and cast-iron. Heavy, but easy to wash and last forever.

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9/30/18 8:31 P

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I personally enjoy using cookware / bakeware from the following:

Pots and Pans: I use the stainless steel version manufactured in Canada by Paderno ( www.paderno.com/collections/cookware )

Roasters: I use Granite-Ware manufactured in the USA (graniteware.com/covered-roasting-pans/ )

While none of it is lightweight, I really enjoy using cast iron from Lodge for non-stick applications or for their dutch oven, manufactured in the USA (www.lodgemfg.com/about )

Happy shopping, and hope you get a set that you love to make that Thanksgiving dinner!

Edit to add: I forgot to mention that I have some USA Pan bakeware items that I adore. I haven't tried their cookware (also manufactured in the USA) but I would guess that their quality will be just as high as the bakeware (www.usapan.com/8-piece-5-ply-stainless-ste
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9/30/18 6:01 P

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Looking forward to cooking Thanksgiving dinner, I really need to purchase a new cookware set. I'd like something that has light weight pots and pans that distribute heat well. Does anyone have pros and cons they can share with me before I make my final decision?

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