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24cm Frying Pan Ideal For Shrove Tuesday Less than 1/2 Price - £2 @ Asda £2.00

£2.00 @ George (Asda George)
Good solid pan with non-stick coating. Was £4.95 Read More
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8y, 4m agoFound 8 years, 4 months ago
Good solid pan with non-stick coating. Was £4.95
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#1
24", as in 24 inches?
#2
spongemagic
24", as in 24 inches?


You would need alot of eggs for that pan!:p I'll change it to cm:thumbsup:
#3
Ideal - kill two birds with one stone - Valentines present and comes in useful on Shrove Tuesday.:p
#4
charliebrown
Ideal - kill two birds with one stone - Valentines present and comes in useful on Shrove Tuesday.:p


Don't spoil her - nothing wrong with a normal (non non-stick) pan and some steel scourers.
#5
If you're buying a frying pan (or any other pan) it's poor economy to buy ****. Best bang-for-buck I've found is Meyer's Silverstone Cuisine IONS range, currently limited at Amazon but usually a decent range at Morrisons.
#6
cpemma;4360416
If you're buying a frying pan (or any other pan) it's poor economy to buy ****. Best bang-for-buck I've found is Meyer's Silverstone Cuisine IONS range, currently limited at Amazon but usually a decent range at Morrisons.


Well, unless you MUST have non-stick (and I contend you do only need it for very few foods: eggs, possibly pancakes), then carbon steel frying pans are THE option, ten minutes to condition the surface, cheap as muck & lasts for generations, never mind a lifetime!
I have one cast iron (good for some things where the extra heat retention is essential, but not nearly as non-stick in use as the carbon steel one I have for everything else, (about 8 quid in a catering cook supplier) and one that has non-stick for eggs, even for this, the non-stick lasts no great time, especially if you use any degree of heat! I must have kept Tefal in work for about 15 years, as I have lost count on the number I have had until I realised some years back how hopeless they are!

These REALLY cheap non-stick things become almost disposable though, as you say, Meyer is a brand of reasonable worth so you might get enough use out of it to be a far better buy than an Asda one as it is likely to last more than 4 times as long!
#7
charliebrown
Ideal - kill two birds with one stone - Valentines present and comes in useful on Shrove Tuesday.:p


if I had given this to my ex for valentine's day I'm sure she would have showed her gratitude by converting it into a hat the same shape as my head :w00t:
#8
Flipd;4364217
if I had given this to my ex for valentine's day I'm sure she would have showed her gratitude by converting it into a hat the same shape as my head :w00t:


I really did laugh at that!
Yeah, now there's a man with an advanced understanding of life! :whistling:

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