Cookware (Pots, Pans, Griddles, etc.)

flyinglentris

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A long time ago, I bought my first cookware set, a T-Fal set that is for stove top only.

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This T-Fal set does not work on induction cook tops and includes a 5 qt. Dutch oven pot, a 10" frying pan, 7.5" frying pan, 10.25" griddle pan, a 2 qt. sauce pan and a 1 qt. sauce pan.

I hardly ever use the TalFal set as I use my induction cooktop most often.

I have a cookware set for induction cooktop from NuWave.

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The NuWave set includes a 5.5 qt. stock pot, a 12" frying pan, 9" frying pan, a 2 qt. sauce pan and a 1.5 qt. sauce pan.
 
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Morning Glory

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I'm really trying to reduce the amount of pans I have. I tend to use only a fraction of what I have now and a lot are stored in the cellar. What do I really need (aside from some attractive cookware for food photo shoots, which is another issue...)?

I'm pondering this question.
 

caseydog

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I bought a "set" of cookware in the 80s when I bought my first house. What I have now is a collection similar to what garlic head has, is micx of pots and pans that I like. I have All Clad trim-ply, Le Creuset cast iron, some carbon steel, and a few other odds and ends. I've gotten rid of all of the stuff I don't want.

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