What Cookware Is the Best?

 

Spilling over from Susan’s post on Kamala’s recent cookware purchases is a minor debate on what cookware works the best, for what purpose, and at what price. @doctorrobert, @kedavis, and @jimmcconnell have already commented. But what do you think? I suppose I started the digression with this comment:

I confess to you, I have one of these. I’ve only used it once to fry a single egg. I told my wife before l’affaire Kamala that she might as well start using it — we’re not getting any younger.

Mauviel Copper M'200 CI Fry Pan

Mauviel Copper M’200 CI Fry Pan

Select : 12″

$435  (It was much cheaper when I bought it.)

Williams-Sonoma many years ago. Up ’til now it’s just been too special to use.

What is your favorite skillet, chicken fryer, or saucepan?

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  1. Percival Thatcher
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    kedavis (View Comment):

    I think there’s also still the annual Vidalia Onion Festival in Brookings, Oregon, near where I grew up.

    Vidalia onions are from the vicinity of Vidalia, Georgia. The Vidalia onion was named the State Vegetable of Georgia, narrowly beating out Stacy Abrams.

    Demand a recount on that one, Stacy.

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  2. kedavis Member
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    Percival (View Comment):

    kedavis (View Comment):

    I think there’s also still the annual Vidalia Onion Festival in Brookings, Oregon, near where I grew up.

    Vidalia onions are from the vicinity of Vidalia, Georgia. The Vidalia onion was named the State Vegetable of Georgia, narrowly beating out Stacy Abrams.

    Demand a recount on that one, Stacy.

    Yes but they’re grown in Oregon too.

    Also the Walla Walla variety (named after a place in Washington state – where I happened to lose my first tooth, actually).

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  3. Percival Thatcher
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    kedavis (View Comment):

    Percival (View Comment):

    kedavis (View Comment):

    I think there’s also still the annual Vidalia Onion Festival in Brookings, Oregon, near where I grew up.

    Vidalia onions are from the vicinity of Vidalia, Georgia. The Vidalia onion was named the State Vegetable of Georgia, narrowly beating out Stacy Abrams.

    Demand a recount on that one, Stacy.

    Yes but they’re grown in Oregon too.

    Also the Walla Walla variety (named after a place in Washington state – where I happened to lose my first tooth, actually).

    I don’t think you’re going to sway the crackers with that.

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  4. Randy Webster Member
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    kedavis (View Comment):

    I think there’s also still the annual Vidalia Onion Festival in Brookings, Oregon, near where I grew up.

    That sounds counterintuitive.

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  5. kedavis Member
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    Oops it’s Brooks, not Brookings.  Just north of Salem.  The onion festival used to be there too, but now it appears they’re only doing the annual Steam-Up event at Brooks:  old farm and factory engines, etc.

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  6. Hans Gruber Pfizer President Inactive
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    Percival (View Comment):

    kedavis (View Comment):

    I think there’s also still the annual Vidalia Onion Festival in Brookings, Oregon, near where I grew up.

    Vidalia onions are from the vicinity of Vidalia, Georgia. The Vidalia onion was named the State Vegetable of Georgia, narrowly beating out Stacy Abrams.

    Demand a recount on that one, Stacy.

    The Federal Vegetable of the United States is the current occupant of the White House.

    Don’t hate me because I’m beautiful. Hate me because I’m rich.

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