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Mary K

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I need to buy a really good new frying pan. In the equipment section Delia mentions a german make that she likes but doesn't give the name of the make - does anyone know which one it is please?

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foxylady

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Hi Mary, don't know which D reccommends but I've just bought a Stoneline pan from Lakeland and I'm very pleased with it. I googled Greenpans after seeing them reccommended on a post on DOL and will certainly buy from this range in the future they do not lose any of the non-stick into your cooking and there's a big range. Have a look.

xx

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sandra

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Hi
Delia normally recommends SKK , haven't checked but imagine it would be.

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Mary K

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Thanks very much,I'll look those up too.

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sandra

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Lemain
Question asked - question answered, lecture really not required.

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sandra

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Lemain
You do get your wires crossed at times.

Mary simply asked which pans Delia recommends. No more, no less. The answer was and is SKK.

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Dolores

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Sandra, I think Lemain was only voicing his opinion and feel very sad that he has now been upset....

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foxylady

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I read Lemain's comments on frying pan and think they added to the question. it is important that you consider the weight etc. that's why I decided on the Stoneline as it is not too heavy for me. Concerning non-stick, whether to go expensive or not. I spent an inordinate (over £80) amount of money on a so called excellent pan, it was thrown out last month because the non-stick surface was coming off, 2 yrs after purchase, and I never use metal implements, not the 1st time this as happened either The Stoneline is made with a different surface, will be interesting to see if it performs better. I think it's important to do research when spending good money. sorry for the lecture! xx

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Sue

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I thought Lemain's comments were nothing but helpful and it was very kind of him to take the trouble to reply.

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tilly

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I use circulon pans and have had no probs with them.
Sandra think your reply was rather OTT

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Flour Fairy

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I use Circulon too, and think they are very good.

I think Lemain's post was extremely helpful, and am amazed at Sandra reaction!!

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Stephanie

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Hi Everyone,What on earth is going on with this forum recently.I rather felt that Sandras comment was a bit brusque! Surely any information is useful.It is good to have peoples different experiences and opinions,whether it's making a cake, or buying a pan.Lemain please don't let Sandras comments upset you, and stop you from helping,she is just one person amongst many.
Best Wishes,
Stephanie

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sandra

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Yes I was brusque - in a bad mood yesterday !

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Saffy

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:o) didn't think that was your normal style Sandra.... hope everything is Ok with you today :o)

I bought a great frying pan a couple of years ago in TK Maxx but the handle fell off recetnly. I chucked it out last week and once the dustmen came I realised it would have been aperfect tarte tatin pan...... but too late ... it was already on it's way to landfill.

I'm having to reassess my pans at the moment as we have just moved house. we've gone from a gas hob to a (can't even think of the name of it.... not gas...., electric... but flat -... calogen...... nahhhh that's not right.... you lot know what I mean) ;o) Have bought a new flat bottomed wok and am coping with the pans I have for the time being. Am loathe to spending a lot on new pans as I already have quite costly pans alredy!

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sandra

Saffy

Great to see you back here - I for one missed you !

Good luck with the new home - and the pans !!

 
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