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Old 06-04-2013, 08:30   #1
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Boaties Fry Pan

Any one ever used a " boaties fry pan". They look nice. Do you know of a USA dealer?
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This is like a special fry pan? For cooking?
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Boaties Fry Pan

Looks like they are rectangular to fit the stove better and they have removable handles.
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I have a small very old Wok and steamer with a tempora(sp?)rack and it works great for any and all things ..so far ...
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We don't use aluminum pots or pans period! if it's not stainless it's not on our boat ! This looks fine except for the material its made of ! just our old timers old ways ! we were taught that aluminum is not good for your health, and a non stick surface is the worst thing we ever tried ! just our 2 cents. Wish they made a stainless model of that fry pan tho
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Re: boaties fry pan

i do not use special retail plus 400 percent anythings..i use that which i used in my house, as this is my home. i never found any good reason to buy that which someone else says is perfect for a boat, as it generally is not--is just good for the pocketbook of the seller.
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i do not use special retail plus 400 percent anythings..i use that which i used in my house, as this is my home. i never found any good reason to buy that which someone else says is perfect for a boat, as it generally is not--is just good for the pocketbook of the seller.
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i do not use special retail plus 400 percent anythings..i use that which i used in my house, as this is my home. i never found any good reason to buy that which someone else says is perfect for a boat, as it generally is not--is just good for the pocketbook of the seller.
I have to second Zee. This looks like a joke. There are many reasons a fry pan should be round in terms of its usability to the chef. Just a quick glance leads me to believe this is rally an inferior pan, with cheap Teflon, thin base, etc, that just happens to be square and "convienent" to yooties.

Better bet if you are stuck on square is to buy one of those really good square cast iron sear pans you can get for steaks and fish. Cheap and brilliant to cook with, a quick google will tell you how to easily "season" the cast iron and you are off....
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I haunt all the garage sales for my cookware.
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The magma ss non-nonstick nesting pots and pans are worth their weight in gold. Awesome quality, quick removeable handles, sized great. Plus a cast iron and a non stick and we're golden.
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Re: boaties fry pan

I think the rectangular fry pan is a great idea, most marine stoves wont take a big round one well without covering the extra burner. I wouldnt pay an arm and a leg for it, but at a resonable price ....
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I think the rectangular fry pan is a great idea, most marine stoves wont take a big round one well without covering the extra burner. I wouldnt pay an arm and a leg for it, but at a resonable price ....
I picked up a small square cast iron used for a couple of bucks. Now with two kids nothing small is cooked any longer but when it was just one or two people it worked great.
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We've got a deep fry pan with a lid from this company that I picked up at a boat show demo once. Best cooking stuff ever! The nonstick is nearly indestructible, very heavy, distributes heat nicely. Cook everything in it.
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Thanks for this tip. It doesn't make sense to condemn all nonstick surfaces. This looks like a good one.
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Well seasoned cast iron, or good stainless thats well used are about as no stick as it comes !! but thats just our 2 cents, and no floaties in your eggs
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