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    Your views, news, reviews, experience, opinion, propaganda, delights and disappointments relating to pots and pans sought and appreciated.

    I need to buy pots for the house. Is AMC the way to go? What are the other great options out there?

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    If you can afford it then Le Creuset is the way to go...

    They'll last you a lifetime.
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    I have a set of Bastille waterless pots and pans and I can highly recommend them
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    Get a good pressure cooker. I love mine.

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    Tefal are nice for pans.
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    the T'fal nonstick pans are the BOMB!!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Peder View Post
    the T'fal nonstick pans are the BOMB!!!
    They are, unless your mother in law or domestic has a steel wool fetish....

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    Quote Originally Posted by Paulr View Post
    They are, unless your mother in law or domestic has a steel wool fetish....
    Lucky i don't have either,
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    Le Creuset FTW! and Chef'n silicone "tools" so you don't damage them. (Something you don't have to worry about with stainless steel)

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    I've got such a hodge-podge of pots and pans. There are a few copper (steel lined) Lamelle's, a set of 50+ year old enamelled cast iron pots and pans, some bauer (sp?) pans for the missus to abuse, and various perfectly seasoned cast iton skillets.

    They get the job done
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    Spose it just depends on what you cook, if you cook, and how often you cook.

    prolly most brands/types have been mentioned, also go shopping at a chefs shop - they'll have good ones to choose......... and at good prices.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Waaib View Post
    Your views, news, reviews, experience, opinion, propaganda, delights and disappointments relating to pots and pans sought and appreciated.

    I need to buy pots for the house. Is AMC the way to go? What are the other great options out there?
    Theres also NMC, which is quite similar to AMC.
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