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post #76 of 80
pretending to belong in the cupboard of anyone who has ever watched Emeril beyond the first commercial break
post #77 of 80
WTF are you guys talking about? There is both better and worse cookware than all clad, FWIW.
post #78 of 80
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Originally Posted by pebblegrain View Post
pretending to belong in the cupboard of anyone who has ever watched Emeril beyond the first commercial break

really? I always thought of All Clad as very good standard stuff... I don't think it's even really marketed at like space age shit... just a good reliable brand that pros and amateurs alike use.
post #79 of 80
My only problem with all-clad are the handles. I can deal with them the little bit I grab them when I'm cooking, but when I try to hold the pan or pot while scrubbing it, those handles are horrible. Worst angle ever.
post #80 of 80
Yep, that's my problem. Quality and durability are fine, and the price isn't that bad, especially if you can get them on sale, but I just don't think (for me personally) that they're very comfortable to use. My brother has a few pieces that he's been using for over a decade and he loves them, but whenever I've cooked over at his place I try to avoid using them.
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