I haven't bought pans in sets for a long time, but that's because the sets never quite conform to what I think I need. (For example, I would probably want a 4-quart sauce pan.) And at this point I have enough good pans, mostly All-Clad, that I'm never looking for more than one pan at a time. However, if you need all the pans in a set, it will almost always be a better value than buying from open stock.I like using nonstick fry pans for many things, and I have three or four different brands. (I have multiples of everything because my kitchen is kosher.) The one that I think is the best is a large Anolon pan that I bought from Amazon; it wasn't terrifically expensive, but it's a heavier pan than most of those with nonstick coatings. I've also gotten good service from two Farberware AluminAire pans, which are lighter and have a dimpled nonstick surface; they came from local discount stores.
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