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Anybody own or know about ceramic cookware by TVS Made in Italy?

Hi Lorrie:

Thanks for sharing :)
I am still loving my square TVS Grill, but lately I have not seen any more TVS at my local Home Goods/Marshalls/TJ Maxx. I will look on Ebay. I love this pan.

Nov 11, 2013
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Which Model is my Cuisinart Food Processor Made In Japan

Hi:

Just want to update you with my food processor. It came today and it is Practically brand new. No sign of use. Anyhow, it's the DLC-5. It comes with 2 slicing discs (DLC-103 and DLC-108) and the the regular stainless steel blade.
Even though it looks outdated, it feels very very sturdy, and the motor is quiet.....

Jan 17, 2013
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Which Model is my Cuisinart Food Processor Made In Japan

Hi Coogles:

Take a look at this listing on Ebay. Sorry I could not attach the pic, it won't allow me to save the image.

http://www.ebay.com/itm/1984-Press-Ph...

If you notice, the warning on the bottom of the toggle that reads "Warning: Read Instructions Before Using." is exactly as the one shown on the one I just bought.

The DLC-5 looks exactly the same in terms of model, however, it's missing that warning.

I suspect the DLC-5 is the newer version of DLC-10.

This is what the seller replied...

"I didn't find a cup specification, but the booklet does list the part numbers all starting with the DLC designation. The chopping blade itself is marked DLC-10. Also, the booklet says that this Basic Model is compatible with all DLC-10 Plus parts. I'm sure if you google the dlc-10 you could find its bowl capacity. We did measure the bowl if you are good at computing volumes of a cylinder. It is 4 3/4" tall and 6 1/2" in diameter."

However, to be precise, when I get the actual item, I promise to upload pics of the fp and the manual.

Thanks for your help and have a great weekend!

Jan 11, 2013
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Which Model is my Cuisinart Food Processor Made In Japan

Thanks Jay. To solve the mystery, I will upload pics when I actually receive the item....but thanks for your input..

Have a great weekend!

Jan 11, 2013
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Which Model is my Cuisinart Food Processor Made In Japan

You got lucky it's made in Japan ;)

The newer models are not as durable. Thanks for the help..

Jan 11, 2013
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Which Model is my Cuisinart Food Processor Made In Japan

Sorry I forgot I can attach pics. Here they are.

Jan 10, 2013
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Which Model is my Cuisinart Food Processor Made In Japan

Hello everyone.....I need help. I just bought an almost brand new Cuisinart Food Processor that is made in Japan. However, there is no model # indicated on the bottom of the fp. I have a link from Ebay where I bought it from. If someone can help me the model #, that would be great. Thanks in advance.

Jan 10, 2013
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Anybody own or know about ceramic cookware by TVS Made in Italy?

Hi....thanks for your feedback. I'm also loving my ceramic from TVS. I am starting to move away from all non stick pans that I have. Actually the non stick that I have are actually anodized aluminum lines from Calphalon. If I ever see more TVS in Marshalls, I will snap some pics for you..:)

Happy New Year.

Jan 06, 2013
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Anybody own or know about ceramic cookware by TVS Made in Italy?

Wow...you are one of the few (except me) that has it :)
Surprisingly they seem pretty more known in Europe. I have been using the square ceramic grill to cook scrambled eggs, grill up sausages and I'm happy to say nothing ever got stuck.
Easy to wash and it's very lightweight. I just hope that the European ceramic does not contain lead.
I always wonder how does these discount stores (Marshalls, TJ Maxx, Homegoods) always got a hold of European goods. I saw a brand in Marshalls that is supposed to be Swiss made (Kuhn Rikon), and when I went to Switzerland, I saw the same brand everywhere and like triple the price.

Anyhow.....thanks for sharing with me :)

I hope you have a Happy Thanksgiving..

Nov 22, 2012
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Would you keep this de Buyer pan?

Thank you.......I will ;)

Nov 21, 2012
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Would you keep this de Buyer pan?

Yippe I'm a happy camper :)

Thanks and hope you have a safe and Happy Thanksgiving!

Nov 20, 2012
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Would you keep this de Buyer pan?

Hi Rosey:

Great. I already ordered the Carbone line from bakedeco.com. Now my quest to find a teflon free cookware is almost complete :)

Happy Thanksgiving to all of you!

Nov 20, 2012
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Would you keep this de Buyer pan?

Hi Chemicalkinetics:

Thanks for the info and confirmation. Just to be safe I went to Cost Plus today to see maybe they have any De Buyer..but no. So after reading your post, I went ahead and order the Carbone Steele from bakedeco.com. When I get it, I will post an update...thanks for everything!

Nov 20, 2012
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Would you keep this de Buyer pan?

Hi Chemicalkinetics:

I a newbie here but I have been reading all your posts. I clicked on the link you provided for the De Buyer Carbon Steel pans on sale at bakedeco.com and it's a very good deal. Almost bought one a de Buyer mineral pan from Amazon for about $50 something, until I see your post.

Do you have any idea why they are phasing out the Carbone Steel frying pan?
If you own one, are they as good as the mineral pans from de Buyer?

Thanks!

Nov 19, 2012
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Anybody own or know about ceramic cookware by TVS Made in Italy?

I recently went to Marshalls and was trying to find a good deals on either Staub/Le Creuset. Then I found this ceramic square grill pan. It is made by this company TVS. It said Made in Italy and it has some kind of address in Italy. So I went online and found this website.

http://www.tvs-spa.it/en/catalogue/me...

The one that I have is the square grill pan from this collection (Mezzogiorno).

I have used it to fry eggs and it did not stick. Sausages did not stick too. I am pretty happy with the purchase since it's only $14.99.

My question is. Has anyone heard of this company or own one? On the website, it says that this cookware is PFOA, lead & cadmium free.

I often came across other ceramic cookware that even though it seems like it's made in Italy, if you look under the pan or somewhere you will find out that it's made in China (though I don't mean to undermine China made products). This one though says Made in Italy everywhere.

Thanks in advance for any inputs..

Nov 18, 2012
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