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How do I clean this?

Good to know. It is nice to have all the suggestions and to know what worked. Thanks for the question.

Oct 08, 2011
cookinmum in Cookware

Calphalon Tri Ply vs Cuisinart MultiClad Pro

good thought. Although I could replace them. Hopefully they wouldn't break frequently.???

Oct 07, 2011
cookinmum in Cookware

Calphalon Tri Ply vs Cuisinart MultiClad Pro

Thank you. I do plan on keeping the cast iron I have. I have a classic 10" and 12 " skillet, a dutch oven and a griddle. I love them all. The dutch oven was my husbands grandmothers and it is great. However, for my everyday cooking I like a lighter weight fare. I imagine I will still use the skillets frequently. I had been afraid they might scratch the surface of the cooktop, but then I just read, that I could place a cloth or paper on the surface to protect it while cooking. Very cool.

Oct 07, 2011
cookinmum in Cookware

How do I clean this?

Have you succeeded yet. I have a lot of luck with just a baking soda paste. use a rag and elbow grease to rub with the paste. I have also used the edge of a spoon wrapped in a rag to use to apply the paste (again with elbow grease). Also be careful that the edge of the spoon does not break through the rag as it can then scratch. I have been successful removing burnt on spots on enamel drip pans of my gas burner stove (my reason for switching to induction). Good luck. The baking soda paste works wonders on glass and stainless as well.

Oct 07, 2011
cookinmum in Cookware

Calphalon Tri Ply vs Cuisinart MultiClad Pro

I am also remodeling and switching to induction. I want to purchase a quality long lasting versatile set of cookware but I do not want to spend the money on All Clad or the more expensive lines noted in the other posting. I have narrowed my choice down to one of these two SS sets. I am looking for good performance and durability (I hate when handles weaken over time...) The difference in price of Calphalon and Cuisinart is not the issue. I would classify myself as a very good cook to excellent cook (not expert or gourmet).

I see comparisons of each to All Clad, but not to each other. Any thoughts. Thank you for any insight.

Oct 07, 2011
cookinmum in Cookware