Pots And Pans
Oct. 29, 2011 7:37 am
Updated: Oct. 31, 2011 2:24 pm
I have never had a good non-stick frying pan, I mean I have paid about $100 for frying pans but they all seem to have problems. Calphalon I had high hopes for, but it warped, I sent it back and they sent me another one that did the same thing after the
All the cheep pans seem to be too thin on the bottom and they tend to warp, then food does not stay where you put it and slides off to the sides, and the pan does not set flat on the stove.
Today when i was cleaning my 3 month old Paula Deen pan a one inch piece of the non stick surface fell off. I did not have much hope for this pan anyway, just more junk.
I am thinking about getting an all-clad but not sure I want to invest that much money in what might be another failure.
Anyone have good luck on any non-stick fry pans?
I would prefer something with a thick bottom.