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Where can I get a 14" deep sided skillet?

I have the same ladle that the pan is pictured against (bought it at Bowery Kitchen Supply) - the ladle is 15" long from the deepest point to the top of the handle. Given that it looks to me like it has more than an inch on the pan that's pictured. So my guess is that it is indeed probably closer to 12".

Feb 26, 2009
FrankNYC in Cookware

Where can I get a 14" deep sided skillet?

This looks pretty similar to the pan in the picture and the video: http://www.kitchenwaresetc.com/debuye...

called a "paella pan"

Feb 25, 2009
FrankNYC in Cookware

Where can I get a 14" deep sided skillet?

Bittman mentions in the article that the pan he got was steel - which seems to make sense for a general purpose pan such as that. I don't think I'd want to use aluminum as I'm afraid it would react with things like sauces and eggs. Yet, the pan in the picture looks pretty dark - almost like it's...aluminum. Do steel pans ever appear that dark?

Feb 25, 2009
FrankNYC in Cookware

Where can I get a 14" deep sided skillet?

Per Mark Bittman's "No Frills Kitchen" article from a while back ( http://www.nytimes.com/2007/05/09/din... ) I am looking for the 14" "deep sided skillet" that he refers to in the article (It's the pan in the picture with the two looped handles). I have a feeling that this pan isn't usually referred to as a "skillet" since most of the "skillets" that pop up when I search have the typical long handles. Can anyone clue me in as to what this mystery pan is typically called - or where I could purchase one? Checked a few restaurant supply stores and couldn't find anything quite like it.

Feb 25, 2009
FrankNYC in Cookware