Jamie Oliver Black 30cm Frying Pan £2.60 instore @ Tesco
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Jamie Oliver Black 30cm Frying Pan £2.60 instore @ Tesco

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Found 12th Oct 2016Made hot 12th Oct 2016
Jamie Oliver Black 30cm Frying Pan only £2.60 at Tesco Haverfordwest - Still £40 online.

Other sizes also reduced, I think the 28cm pan was £6 or £8 !!!

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Original Poster

http://i1194.photobucket.com/albums/aa377/davejavu1/saucepan.jpg

Superb. How long is the drive from Swansea to Haverfordwest at this time of night? I feel like a drive - bet the Tesco is not a 24 hour one oO

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tawse57

Superb. How long is the drive from Swansea to Haverfordwest at this time … Superb. How long is the drive from Swansea to Haverfordwest at this time of night? I feel like a drive - bet the Tesco is not a 24 hour one oO


About an hour, closes at midnight !!

davejavu

About an hour, closes at midnight !!




Aaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaargh!

There are many wondrous and disturbing things on the West Wales roads in the darkest of night. There be goblins, fairies, headless horsemen and Ieuan the boy racer of the Vauxhall Corsa.

I might give it a miss. The witching hour approaches.

tawse57

Aaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaargh! There are many wondrous and disturbing … Aaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaargh! There are many wondrous and disturbing things on the West Wales roads in the darkest of night. There be goblins, fairies, headless horsemen and Ieuan the boy racer of the Vauxhall Corsa.I might give it a miss. The witching hour approaches.



You'm thinking, "Hello, what's a wall doin' here?" and you'll be going like this.
"Suppose I'd better go down this road here.
" And you'll say, "This road? This road here? "Look at this road," you'm say, "Look at it.
" Then you'll be driving down this road until you come to a tree.
You'm thinking, "Hello, what's a tree doing here? Lovely old tree.
Which way now? "I've come this far," you'm thinking, "Why give up now?" And you'm thinking, "I'll go down here 'cause this road looks right, "but where is this road leading me? Where?" You'm thinking, "Where does this road lead? Where? Have I gone too far? "My God! My wife, my little children! Where does this road lead to?! "Have I got enough petrol for such a journey?" you'm thinking.
"Is it gonna rain? It's possible! "Turn back!" you'm saying, "Turn back! My wife! My little children!"

#FastShow

Haha this thread is brilliant!

Pretty sure I saw a label for one of these in Tesco Stretford Extra earlier when I was looking for the Millenium Falcon, unfortunately they had neither in stock.

thanks..got one....
heat added....

Got one thanks

You can't do Paella in this pan though...

national deal,have seen in a couple of Tescos,bought only one coz the shelf was emptu, only price tags left

timothyw9

Pretty sure I saw a label for one of these in Tesco Stretford Extra … Pretty sure I saw a label for one of these in Tesco Stretford Extra earlier when I was looking for the Millenium Falcon, unfortunately they had neither in stock.



Can a frying pan do the kessel run in 12 parsecs?

tefal is using his name, but at the end of the day is nothing but a normal pan, good price though hot

I'd be tempted to buy quite a few in the event the teflon gets worn!

Could come in handy! X)

http://i.makeagif.com/media/9-28-2015/D6g366.gif

nice find

mattriggy

Could come in handy! X)



Is that Jamie Oliver they're beating the hell out of?

Muig1972

Is that Jamie Oliver they're beating the hell out of?


Sadly not. It's the Gas Man.

I thought they were banjos by the listing pic.

naughtybunnies

Sadly not. It's the Gas Man.


too bad X)

Great. If you want PFOAs in your food... Tefal non-stick is EVIL.

US scientists have some bad news: non-stick pans could be detrimental to your health.
Academics from the Green Science Policy Institute in Berkeley, California have released a petition, known as The Madrid Statement, signed by over 226 scientists and professionals from 40 countries, which highlights the potential harm of PFAS chemicals, which are often used in the manufacture of non-stick pans, among many other items.

For frying Jamie Oliver, yes ?

daskapital

Great. If you want PFOAs in your food... Tefal non-stick is EVIL. US … Great. If you want PFOAs in your food... Tefal non-stick is EVIL. US scientists have some bad news: non-stick pans could be detrimental to your health.Academics from the Green Science Policy Institute in Berkeley, California have released a petition, known as The Madrid Statement, signed by over 226 scientists and professionals from 40 countries, which highlights the potential harm of PFAS chemicals, which are often used in the manufacture of non-stick pans, among many other items.



So the petition is about the chemicals, not the non stick pans?

That pan would look great wrapped around Jamie Oliver's head.

sokke

too bad X)



daskapital

Great. If you want PFOAs in your food... Tefal non-stick is EVIL. US … Great. If you want PFOAs in your food... Tefal non-stick is EVIL. US scientists have some bad news: non-stick pans could be detrimental to your health.Academics from the Green Science Policy Institute in Berkeley, California have released a petition, known as The Madrid Statement, signed by over 226 scientists and professionals from 40 countries, which highlights the potential harm of PFAS chemicals, which are often used in the manufacture of non-stick pans, among many other items.




Please, if you don't know chemistry don't spout rubbish; they say

PFAS chemicals

NOT the PTFE!!!! There are none of these left once it has been polymerised. Studies have also shown that you can heat the PTFE up to 500 degrees and it is still safe (though smoking).

Muig1972

Is that Jamie Oliver they're beating the hell out of?


Hope so!

wpj

Please, if you don't know chemistry don't spout rubbish; they sayPFAS … Please, if you don't know chemistry don't spout rubbish; they sayPFAS chemicalsNOT the PTFE!!!! There are none of these left once it has been polymerised. Studies have also shown that you can heat the PTFE up to 500 degrees and it is still safe (though smoking).


How does all this cancer causing junk fare against an aluminium pan? We need new pans and I don't want to spend the earth; the landlord won't be up for it. Cheap pans from the indian store better than this, or what?

NikLP

How does all this cancer causing junk fare against an aluminium pan? We … How does all this cancer causing junk fare against an aluminium pan? We need new pans and I don't want to spend the earth; the landlord won't be up for it. Cheap pans from the indian store better than this, or what?



I use a stainless steel frying pan (from Lidl) these days as non-stick pans don't last long. There's a learning curve to cooking with it so that food doesn't stick, but as a general rule you need to cook at a higher heat and with a bit more oil. I'm happy with it.

Just picked up 2 in Doncaster.
Feel a lot sturdier than my old tefal which has served me well for 3 years!
Thanks OP.

Original Poster

Barcode is 3168430238626

None in Bridgend

NikLP

How does all this cancer causing junk fare against an aluminium pan? We … How does all this cancer causing junk fare against an aluminium pan? We need new pans and I don't want to spend the earth; the landlord won't be up for it. Cheap pans from the indian store better than this, or what?



Personally, I only use aluminium if it is covered with PTFE as there is a lot of debate on the health effects of aluminium salts (alzheimers etc- see the studies after the Camelford incident). Even tomatoes cooked in there are acidic enough to dissolve the oxide layer.

PTFE coated is still safer but I would use stainless if at all possible or ceramic non-stick.

drummerdickens

I'd be tempted to buy quite a few in the event the teflon gets worn!



and it's a carcinogen.

sb170

I thought they were banjos by the listing pic.


me too LOL thats the only reason I clicked it

My mum bought one of these a few weeks ago (at full price) and had to return it. The problem is that the centre of the pan's base is slightly raised meaning that any oil or fat falls away to form a kind of moat around the outskirts. This means that the food sits directly on the base of the pan and burns, as my mum quickly discovered. She took it back and got a different one from Asda, which was absolutely fine. But I really wouldn't recommend these Jamie Oliver pans, no matter how cheap they are.
Edited by: "dealpickle" 13th Oct 2016

Times must be hard for Jamie Oliver as he is selling off all his frying pans, I wonder how much he will sell his knifes for.

Got one. Thanks (no more in Tesco Woolwich extra!)

Cheers op,managed to pick up the last one at my local store

Seen these a couple of days ago, picked up what was left.

**** pan but got plenty to go at when the non stick stops working.

dealpickle

My mum bought one of these a few weeks ago (at full price) and had to … My mum bought one of these a few weeks ago (at full price) and had to return it. The problem is that the centre of the pan's base is slightly raised meaning that any oil or fat falls away to form a kind of moat around the outskirts. This means that the food sits directly on the base of the pan and, as my mum quickly discovered, burns. She took it back and got a different one from Asda, which was absolutely fine. But I really wouldn't recommend these Jamie Oliver pans, no matter how cheap they are.



Mines the same but i cant be arsed to take it back.
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