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Recommend a set of pots and pans

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Morning, I have a long service award coming up which gets me £200 gift. Was thinking of changing pots and pans in kitchen, I use a set which name can't recall but are copper bottomed, don't thin… Read More
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6m, 2w agoPosted 6 months, 2 weeks ago
Morning,

I have a long service award coming up which gets me £200 gift.

Was thinking of changing pots and pans in kitchen, I use a set which name can't recall but are copper bottomed, don't think best quality as one of the bases fell off! They burn very easy as well.

I cook a lot and wondered if anyone could recommend a set they have used.

Regards

Ally
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6m, 2w agoPosted 6 months, 2 weeks ago
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#1
Russell hobbs ceramic non stick are the best and easy to wash.
#2
I bought some beka ones about 10 years ago with copper bottoms and by Marco Pierre white. Came wit a lifetime guarantee can't imagine ever using other pans. Doubt they have these exact ones but probably have similar and the Marco was obviously just an endorsement but I think their fab. We had them from Debenhams :)
#3
After alot of research we recently got the salter "marble" ones, they are excellent quality and the non-stick is really the best iv ever used.
#4
Having had my own place for 25+ years and using all sorts of pots - I'd say go for 18/10 stainless steel set. They'll be heavy, robust and will survive all sorts of cooking and scrubbing.
#5
Stellar, particularly the 7000 range. There was a HUKD a while back I will see if I can find it.

http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/stellar-7000-5-pce-set-14-mp-16-18-20cm-26cm-frypan-stainless-steel-rrp-390-00-270-2497480

Edited By: windym on Oct 09, 2016 12:37
#6
Can't beat teal non stick and they always have offers on?
#7
tefal*
#8
hmm I would say anything cast iron. it will last longer then a family generation
#9
le creuset
#10
Thanks for replies everyone!
#11
Go for hundies :)
#12
Berndes vario click.

Really expensive but they are solidly built and excellent pans.
#13
Kirkland /Costco seem decent even the wife says so and she is a cookshop buyer
#14
+1 for Stellar pans.
They can normally be bought singularly in TK Maxx (£15 - £25) and have the double benefit of being induction hob compatible.
#15
Anyone used Genware? 18/10 pots and pans which seem to be aimed at commercial kitchens.

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