first of all : thank you so much for the information
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thank you so much
hello, thanx for the replies,
i have lookd at sitram, and they look nice, but prices are not that easy to find.
yes yes indeed in need a sauce pan, a sauteuse is the name i thouhgt?
Mauviel: the copper-steel version is made by falk: they are the only one who have the technology; also the falk versions don't need that much polisching on the copper as the mauviel; the mauviel is better looking, the falk should be the better quality. (at least that's what i have been reading from a belgium site form a guy who has them both).
the swiss diamond pans have got some remarks. They should not be as good and healty as they look to be.
but can anyone tell me if a demeyere proline with butter can compete with a non stick ?
thanx a lot
So now my questions and some other relevant information.
1)i'm living in europe, to be more exactly: belgium, brussels (so demeyere, falk company is not even 40 miles away). i'm telling this because a few of the brands people discuss here are quite hard to get in belgium and brands like demeyere are easy to get and don't cost that much because they have not to be shipped.
2)So what i'm looking for.
well to be quite honest, i'm thinking of buying for all that stuff demeyere. I will buy the most expensive line, and maybe i loose some items in favor of a Multifunctional cooking pan.
what do you think of the demeyere line, i have read a lot about the All Clad line, but it is a bit harder to get here and i have red that the demeyere is better. A shop suggested me Viking range pans. but why should i get those ones above demeyere ?
do i really need a non stick pan ? if i buy a proline frying pan, you can cook without fat ? off course an egg or pancake will probalby stick to the proline pan, but if you are willing to use a bit of fat , would it stick then ?
so if i need a good non stick pan: the question is here again :
well that's it for now, hopefully somebody jumps in