Friday, September 30, 2005

Amazon Friday Sale's Friday Sale has the following cooking related deals: (I'll try to highlight products recommended by Cooking For Engineers)

As usual, there's a bunch of other stuff on sale that may or may not be a bargain.

Remember to use coupon code AUTUMNBNUS25 to take $25 off an order of $125 (in Kitchen & Housewares or Bed & Bath) through October 24, 2005.

Leave a comment if this worked for you or doesn't work anymore.


At 8:01 AM, geo said...

I am new to this forum and am not sure if this is a place to post a question about a particular cookware set I have seen on Amazon. I have been reading the excellent articles on cookware materials! Thank you! I have been ruminating for the past week almost all of my day! over which cookware set to purchase and hope someone can offer advice. I have a cast iron 5 qt dutch oven and cast iron frying pan. I am not a pro but just very interested in cooking/baking with high quality pans at a reasonable price. I read about some test that put tied for 1st place Tramolina and Cuisinart cookware. I have no other info on who did the test (read about it at Chef's Depot but no detail) I have seen at Burdines a Chef's Classic set by Cuisinart and there is a Cuisinart Multiclad which is what I was interested in and (I think) is their professional line. It has the aluminum going up the sides, too. The problem is, I have no idea how to find out the THICKNESS of the ALUMINUM. I don't know what else to do. Sale ends VERY soon on this 12 pc CUISINART MULTICLAD set which has ALL the pieces I need for $210. Any suggestions? Could the thickness of the aluminum be published anywhere or can anyone point me to any tests/awards? Supposedly, the Cuisinart line is endorsed by French chef (I think his name is) Paul Bocuse. He endorses the Chef's Classic line which has the aluminum disc only (not up the sides). I know endorsements often don't mean a thing. I am so confused. Any thoughts or advice would be appreciated.


At 2:26 PM, Michael Chu said...


You'll probably get a lot more response to this question if you posed it in one of the forums.

Unfortunately, I have never used the Cuisinart MultiClad pots and cannot comment on their effectiveness.



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