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Kitchen Acquisitions

Discussion in 'Food and Drink' started by Andy, Feb 25, 2014.

  1. MotoMike

    MotoMike Founding Member

    Some days it is great to be a rabbit!!
  2. MotoMike

    MotoMike Founding Member

    Thanks, I'll keep my eyes open
  3. schanop

    schanop Founding Member

    LOL, I like your disapproval tone for a small expensive Le Creuset grill pan, but it is to accompany a Lodge reversible double burner grill pan I have already got. BBQ gas grill and charcoal grill are also just a few steps away from a kitchen, if I want to go all out with grilling.

    Totally agree, that a basic double burner cast iron grill pan is very nice to have.
  4. Carboot sale season??

    I'm interested :)

    On the subject of pans...what would you consider a good, relatively inexpensive starter kit for a guy who has only ever used pans from Wal Mart or Target (excepting a couple of old hand me down cast iron pieces)??

    I'm going to be in the market for new pans here shortly :).
  5. schanop

    schanop Founding Member

    For fry pan, De Buyer carbon steel pans and Lodge cast iron pans are definitely of good value and inexpensive.

    For cladded pan, all-clad is probably not that expensive in the US. Although is a bit more pricey here in Australia, but definitely has much better build quality than cheaper pans that I have used.
  6. Nice! And thanks! Any basic sizes and shapes that would get a beginner off to a reasonable start?
  7. schanop

    schanop Founding Member

    Well, I have 10" De Buyer carbon steel pan, 12" Lodge cast iron pan, All-clad 10" sauté pan, 2qt, 3qt, and 4qt saucier and sauce pans among other things, and think that's a good start.
  8. schanop

    schanop Founding Member

  9. Those are great resources my friend, thanks!!

    I am going to look through my box of old pans from my great grandmother to start. Most are enameled cast iron pieces...though I think there's a couple good pure cast iron pans in there also.
  10. Toothpick

    Toothpick #2 since day #1 Founding Member

  11. James

    James smarter then your average duck Founding Member Gold Contributor

    I have something Ahhhmazing sitting on Ma front steps right now, I cant wait to get me mits on it when I get home. So excited, and im not easily excitable. ill take pictures and let yall drool when I finally get out of this work place and home
  12. James

    James smarter then your average duck Founding Member Gold Contributor

    Just couldnt resist anymore, and its so nice looking

    IMG_20150512_181325.jpg IMG_20150512_181349.jpg
  13. Toothpick

    Toothpick #2 since day #1 Founding Member

  14. Gorgeous!!!
  15. James

    James smarter then your average duck Founding Member Gold Contributor

    Only two more knives and im done Jason... oh and one more pen... but then Im done IMG_20150512_205622.jpg

    BTW its a mahogany board, so much more beautiful in person
  16. Jeffery Hunter

    Jeffery Hunter Founding Member

    How many times have ya made that statement James?
  17. You mean this month, right? ;)

    It's ok, you're among friends :)
  18. James

    James smarter then your average duck Founding Member Gold Contributor

    lol my credit card says a couple of months at least, knives and pens are expensive

    but i mean it this time, seriously... well maybe a set of steak knives... but that will count for my birthday and Christmas present... in i think I'm up to the year 2023
  19. Jim

    Jim Old Curmudgeon Founding Member

  20. Speaking of cutting boards, Tree & CO finally got ahold of me in regards to my split board lol.

    I'm not sure whether I'm going to take them up on it. I mean...an even bigger board would be nice, but the $25 discount doesn't even add up to the cost of the repair on the old board lol, much less the time and effort involved in fixing it.

    I wonder if I could take the 20% off of a table island top? Maybe that'd be worth it!!

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