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Interestingly enough, Consumer Reports poo pooed on the Tramontina. Mostly for being hard to clean..

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I use magnalite and cast iron almost exclusively. Cast iron is my favorite, but more of a pain to care for.

I recently purchased a Misen nonstick skillet for eggs & such and I find it works really well. I'll haveta see if the nonstick holds up over time.
 

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Interestingly enough, Consumer Reports poo pooed on the Tramontina. Mostly for being hard to clean..

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Maybe CR needs to learn how to cook? I can't imagine any difference cleaning any clad pots and pans. Food bakes on and you scrub it off?
 

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Maybe CR needs to learn how to cook? I can't imagine any difference cleaning any clad pots and pans. Food bakes on and you scrub it off?
My guess is differences in surface finish?

I will say, the reviews I see for Made In, say that the fry pan isn't perfectly flat, so, it may be fine for a gas range, but it isn't going to be great for electric (especially glass top). I'm shocked CR would ignore that.
 
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Going to pull the trigger on this today. Half price. I really want the metal handles because I've read about a lot of handle failures at high (500ish) temps.

 

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