[Sca-cooks] Replacing a pan...
rattkitten at bellsouth.net
Mon Mar 17 16:41:05 PDT 2008
I strongly recommend Browne-Halco Thermalloy Pans and Pots. You can get
them at most restaurant supply houses. I use mine daily both at work
and at home. They are actually not to expensive I think that I paid
around $20.00 for my ten inch skillet. I have NO idea what the ones at
work cost since I did not buy them. NOW mine are probably Aluminum not
stainless steel however let me recommend a website to check out. (It is
where we are getting our new supplies from when we renovate the kitchen
www.sangkung.com Their prices beat EVERY Place I have been to.
Admantius could probably tell you all about the store since it is right
there in or near China Town. Hell I don't remember where it is, we
walked up and down Broadway for like 12 hours... but I recommend this
place for any purchases!!! I have never EVER EVER been disappointed with
any purchase from them.
Good luck with your purchases!
Amy Cooper wrote:
> Does anyone have recommendations for "bang for your buck" for these pans? I
> can't spend a horribly large amount, but want quality for what I buy.
> Stainless is not a forgone conclusion, but whatever finish has to be pretty
> durable, as I use these pans just about every single day (and on weekends,
> or for parties, multiple times in one day!)
> Thanks for any recommendations!
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