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Old 07-04-2013, 14:33   #16
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Any one ever used a " boaties fry pan". They look nice. Do you know of a USA dealer?
I don't have one as I'm not a non-stick person and have a sensitivity to aluminum so won't have one. I picked up a set from Defender with removable handles that is nice. There are many types of grill pans which is what this looks like to me. You might want to compare what is out there. I eat off high quality stainless or seasoned cast iron exclusively. An encapsulated aluminum base helps stainless produce even heat for cooking.

That said yes ther does appear to be a fe US dealers this being one:
http://www.salishboatsupply.com/

There are also stainless pressure cookers shaped like a sauté pan which I would suggest be given a peek. I like multipurpose.

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Old 07-04-2013, 15:36   #17
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Re: boaties fry pan

I agree with Rebel Heart. We love our Magma SS pans.
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Old 10-04-2013, 07:04   #18
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I think my Cuisinart stainless nesting set is da bomb. It's not nonstick, but I don't want nonstick.
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Re: boaties fry pan

Had Cuisinart highly polished SS pans at home. Hated them. they are like the Antithesis of non stick, something like "pro stick!" to each his own I guess. I now have a Henkels SS with non stick I love.
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Old 10-04-2013, 10:58   #20
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As good as an old cast iron pan and portable radio for direction finding on AM radio.
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Old 10-04-2013, 13:04   #21
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Re: boaties fry pan

Take a look at Amazon.com: Revere Polished Aluminum 11-Inch Nonstick Square Frying Pan: Kitchen & Dining . These work pretty well and are quite inexpensive all things considered, FWIW...
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Old 10-04-2013, 13:25   #22
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Take a look at Amazon.com: Revere Polished Aluminum 11-Inch Nonstick Square Frying Pan: Kitchen & Dining . These work pretty well and are quite inexpensive all things considered, FWIW...
Am I the only one that calls this a griddle pan or just griddle? I don't think I've seen what I old call a square frying pan aside from the product in question. I've seen griddles and grill pans that are square but not a frying pan. Maybe I need to get out more.
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I was looking every where for an item exactly like this i.e. square ,high sides, aluminum (low weight) teflon coated (less oil used) (teflon prevents food from contact with Al),and removable handle .I need to be able to center a small fry pan over the flame while using my 2nd burner. Ordered 1 immediately .Will report back after summer cruise if it lives up to expectations.
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Keep me posted. They also make a boaties oven pan for the smaller oven
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Re: Boaties Fry Pan

I've used several of these particular pans, as a result of which I immediately bought several to give away, and several to keep. They're that good. Not cheap, but very good value. (They're not intended for the late nite TV crowd, or for fly-by-night sale at county fairs)

The non-stick is the real deal, similar quality to, say, Tefal brand, and they even work on induction (purpose-built stainless base).
The material is really heavy (base and walls) and the heat is consequently very even.

Round frypans make no sense to me, in a compact galley. Round plates, too, for that matter.
Given thirty seconds, I reckon I could even concoct a case for square mugs... (when you wedge a bunch of them into a corner to fill'em up with hot water in rough weather, any which misses one mug will make it into one of the others... how's that for an extemporised rationale?)

Incidentally the frypans do NOT have removable handles. However the larger baking pan does, which of course it needs to... I didn't know about the pans, or the optional lids for the frypans, so I'll be making a couple more purchases. Thanks for bringing this up.

(PS: On their website, I see they can't spell gauge (guage schmuage!) but at least they can spell aluminium ;-)
No wonder nobody in the US will touch them....)
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Re: Boaties Fry Pan

I guess you have never tried to drink from a square cup / glass etc
It really doesn't work unless you have a Julia Roberts type mouth!
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You just drink from the corners
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Still a sad drinking vessel - they are round for a reason
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I guess you have never tried to drink from a square cup / glass etc
As a matter of fact I have done both and they were fine (not dead square, more like an old TV)
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No non stick... good old cast iron and ss pots
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