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octopusrus Wed 12-Feb-20 17:40:39

I need to replace all my pans - saucepans and frying pans. Could anyone recommend a particular brand which is good for non-stick cooking and not crazily heavy?

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Bloomburger Wed 12-Feb-20 17:42:38

Easiglide at JL

Blondie1984 Wed 12-Feb-20 18:18:18

Judge or Salter

Chewbecca Wed 12-Feb-20 18:19:42

I'm gradually replacing my pans with judge pans, very pleased with them.

octopusrus Wed 12-Feb-20 22:30:53

Thank you all, will search for these and see if there's any good deals on buying in bulk. Never heard of Judge so interested to look those up!

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Blondie1984 Thu 13-Feb-20 01:55:53

Some pretty good deals here

SpoonBlender Thu 13-Feb-20 02:02:41

I've been loving my newish Circulon pot, and I'm aiming to replace things with more Circulon as they wear out.

4merlyknownasSHD Thu 13-Feb-20 09:14:36

Why go for non-stick? They wear out. We bought some very good stainless steel (with encapsulated bases) make by Kuhn Rikon. My wife was very sceptical but absolutely loves them.....far better than the old non-stick ones we had before. Probably worth buying one really good quality non-stick coated pan for making sauces (or heating baked beans), but even then, Delia Smith recommends the 'Little Gem' saucepan that has no non-stick coating at all.

QuantumWeatherButterfly Thu 13-Feb-20 09:19:29

For non-stick, I always have Circulon. They last well, though not indefinitely. That's only for frying pans though. For saucepans, I think stainless steel are better I don't have an issue with sticking now that mine are well used. I have a Meyer set that I got on an amazing deal at least 17 years ago, and are still in perfect condition.

octopusrus Thu 13-Feb-20 20:18:19

Thank you so much for the tips - going to google them all as a few I've still not heard of! Thanks for the link Blondie smile
I guess I just thought non stick was the most useful but I suppose maybe I could just have the frying pans non-stick....

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Youhavewonaprize Thu 13-Feb-20 22:02:57

Try anodised pans rather than non stick. I always find non stick costing doesn’t last very well. I have some “neverstick” pans. Pricey but so worth it

RockingMyFiftiesNot Thu 20-Feb-20 15:41:12

We have 'the pan' set from John Lewis and very happy with them

midsomermurderess Thu 20-Feb-20 21:00:46

I have the John Lewis pan set too and think it's great. Good quality and excellent price.

gaffamate Thu 20-Feb-20 21:09:38

Circulon or we have Tefal ones that have handles that click on and off which are fabulous

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