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How to identify brass+anodized aluminum pan?
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Milan
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PostPosted: Wed May 23, 2007 12:02 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Thanks folks for all your help! In spite of getting know my equipment, I took another picture with the detail of another pan's interior. I am not sure whether the pan needs re-tinning thanks to the strains inside.

Please have a look:

http://img58.imageshack.us/img58/6526/tindetaillv7.jpg

Also, I purchased another - at this time rather HUGE - pan and the interior is completely different. Please have a look on those pictures:

http://img527.imageshack.us/img527/6373/bigpannr0.jpg

http://img172.imageshack.us/img172/4043/bigpandetailjz3.jpg

Is the interior made of a different material? Would it be now pure/anodized aluminum?

I think it is too big for the indoor cooking (I use electric induction) and the bottom is rather deformed, can you suggest any other way of cooking? I was thinking about outdoor wood cooking - stew, anyone? Otherwise it will be a nice decoration for our cottage kitchen Smile
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PostPosted: Wed May 23, 2007 8:16 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Milan wrote:
Thanks folks for all your help! In spite of getting know my equipment, I took another picture with the detail of another pan's interior. I am not sure whether the pan needs re-tinning thanks to the strains inside.

Please have a look:

http://img58.imageshack.us/img58/6526/tindetaillv7.jpg

Also, I purchased another - at this time rather HUGE - pan and the interior is completely different. Please have a look on those pictures:

http://img527.imageshack.us/img527/6373/bigpannr0.jpg

http://img172.imageshack.us/img172/4043/bigpandetailjz3.jpg

Is the interior made of a different material? Would it be now pure/anodized aluminum?

I think it is too big for the indoor cooking (I use electric induction) and the bottom is rather deformed, can you suggest any other way of cooking? I was thinking about outdoor wood cooking - stew, anyone? Otherwise it will be a nice decoration for our cottage kitchen Smile


Need to see bottom too, on the first one there. The upper sides there aren't "too" important, depending on your cooking.

The other two have tin so old it's darkened. They need to be retinned. Retinning is so darned expensive. If you're not going to use the pan, just hang it on the wall and enjoy. I had a 10" fry pan retinned and it was about 67 bux.

Biggles
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