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Old 01-03-2011, 20:58   #16
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Re: Thoughts on New Cookware

When I finally get back to living aboard, I'll take the Lagostina set I bought a couple of years ago. SS, look a lot like the picture Jedi posted. No non-stick, just plain stainless steel.

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im not a fan of massively heavy cookware on a boat, was on a trip where the Lecruset stype pot got thrown across the boat, damm thing was dangerous!.

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im not a fan of massively heavy cookware on a boat, was on a trip where the Lecruset stype pot got thrown across the boat, damm thing was dangerous!.

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is why i love cabinet doors.. place heavy cookware inside, close and latch door-- stays put.
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Well Zee, sorta stays put
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Well Zee, sorta stays put
if it doesnt kill the kat , is good....
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The noise is upsetting to me
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Old 03-03-2011, 09:55   #22
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I have the non stick nesting set and a full set of silicone baking pans. Silicone are easy to store,clean and make no noise.
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Re: Thoughts on New Cookware

I like the sort of cooking ware that is SS tops with copper (?) bottoms. At least this is how it looks. Ours are Italian. Great stuff - the food boils evenly from the whole area and the ware is much less sticky than the pure SS types.

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im not a fan of massively heavy cookware on a boat, was on a trip where the Lecruset type pot got thrown across the boat, damm thing was dangerous!.

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Thrown by the boat or the cook?
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Re: Thoughts on New Cookware

when we move aboard, you can bet my swiss diamond fry pan is coming with me. Best non-stick pan made, IMO. No non-stick coating, guaranteed for life. The non-stick is actually integral to the pan and will not flake off. (So, they say and it hasn't yet)

Also will be bringing my pressure cooker. I don't know how I cooked before I got a pressure cooker, that thing is amazing.

I love kitchen gadgets, my problem will be trying to bring too much aboard. What items do you really need? What do you have?

1 large frypan
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Do I need anything more than that as far as cookware is concerned?
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Re: Thoughts on New Cookware

I like the idea of nesting pans, but all the examples shown here have removable handles, which I do not like so much.

At the Southampton Boat show in Sept, I saw a set of nesting pans where the handles were fixed and nested also. They were a brilliant design and I have been looking for them ever since. Does anyone know where to get them? The first 100 pages of google only show the normal removable handle type!!

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I love my set of nesting cookware from Fagor. The removable handles really grip. Pots are heavy stainless steel, not nonstick, and they work on all burners including an induction cooktop.
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i use one frypan, one med sized saucepan and one pressure cooker. and one small saucepan. and a wok, medium sized, and i should have a cauldron for lobsters and crab boiling.. but i dont.... will in gulf area, tho-- can always buy one in a thrift store..LOL... with a top!! or in mexico-- they have all kinds of interesting cookwares.... oh yes i also have a cast iron dutch oven with legs.....
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