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What is a 2 Quart Saucepan useful for?

for sure I know how lucky I am. All of my stuff is seconds. I could of never bought this at retail. I saw this a responsible investment. Now if only I could figure how to cook healthy with them, the oil use scares me.

May 06, 2012
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What is a 2 Quart Saucepan useful for?

I've always wanted to make oxtail soup!

Apr 27, 2012
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What is a 2 Quart Saucepan useful for?

Much thanks to all of you, it has made me feel not so confused about my purchase!

Apr 27, 2012
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What is a 2 Quart Saucepan useful for?

ha I enjoy the humor, much thanks!

Apr 27, 2012
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What is a 2 Quart Saucepan useful for?

ha much thanks! Here I was trying to buy only what I need to cook with. I guess my mom has just a crazy amount of pans and "stuff" so I try to avoid clutter at all costs. This is my first steps into cookware, I am a recent College grad.

Apr 24, 2012
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What is a 2 Quart Saucepan useful for?

Hi! So I ventured into the world of All-Clad D5 a few months ago, and I bought a few pieces because thats what my research told me to do. The one I am hung up on is the 2 Quart Saucepan, I am scratching my head on what I will use this little thing for. Can you shed any light to me, or did I waste money and should of gotten a 3 Quart instead? I did also buy a 4 quart which I am happy with.

Brian

Apr 24, 2012
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Cooking Healthy with All-Clad

Hi! I just took a big plunge and bought a bunch of All-Clad D5 at cookwareandmore when they were on sale. I bought a 10 and 12 inch fry-pan, 4 quart saute, and a 4 and 2 quart sauce pan. I am excited to use them to say the least, I have never had anything nice like this to cook with . I kind of understand the hot pan cold oil trick. I am confused on the use of salt in cooking and its effect on SS however. Mainly though I cant figure out one thing. Do you always have to use a oil to cook with SS? I am all about eating healthy and want to know if there is something else I can use rather than oils? If not what is the healthiest and safest oil to use? Ive read about coconut but I don't understand its solid form. I know I covered a lot in this question, but Im waiting to break in my new All-Clad till I hear from any of you! Much Thanks! -Brian

Mar 20, 2012
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