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Ernie Diamond Oct 24, 2006 03:48 PM

What are some good websites for shopping online for cookware? I know cutleryandmore.com and bridgekitehenware. Any others come to mind?

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    rootlesscosmo RE: Ernie Diamond Oct 24, 2006 04:12 PM

    Most sites (such as Cooking.com, Sur la Table et al.) have more or less the same products at more or less the same prices; generally when there's a sale on a major brand like All-Clad or Le Creuset it will be reflected at various sites, because these manufacturers don't allow retailers to discount their goods without authorization. (Like Apple Computer.)
    That said, Broadway Panhandler
    sometimes has sales that other sites don't.
    The Gadget Source
    has good prices on small items.
    And this pastry site
    has specialized gear that I've never found anywhere else.

    1. Katie Nell RE: Ernie Diamond Oct 24, 2006 08:08 PM

      Food411.com is a source for cookware, bakeware, etc. sources; useful sometimes, frustrating other times: http://food411.com/

      I check out Amazon and Crate and Barrel a lot too; they often have awesome sale prices on name brand equipment.

      King Arthur (Baker's Catalogue) has quite a bit of nice bakeware and specialty bread packaging, etc. http://www.kingarthurflour.com/shop/l...

      Chef's Catalog has a ton of stuff as well: http://www.chefscatalog.com/Home.aspx

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        niki rothman RE: Ernie Diamond Oct 25, 2006 07:32 PM

        potsandpans.com, but I find if I'm looking for something generic like a teapot, as opposed to a partciular brand and oddball pan, amazon.com has the most choices.

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          lina14 RE: Ernie Diamond Jan 9, 2007 03:19 AM

          Culinary Parts, which had a good inventory of appliance parts, whole appliances, cookware and gadgets, has merged with Goutmet Depot. I haven't yet bought anything from Gourmet Depot , but it seems to be selling much of what the other sites sell, and to be maintaining the Culinary Part inventory


          Williams Sonoma is yet another possibility. It sells gourmet food as well as appliances and cookware.


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            shopgirl RE: Ernie Diamond Jan 9, 2007 05:19 PM


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              Buckethead RE: Ernie Diamond Jan 9, 2007 06:57 PM


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                kayakado RE: Ernie Diamond Jan 9, 2007 08:55 PM

                This place has good prices and low shipping costs. I get the cooks catalog, WS and others but check the prices here firts.

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                  Buckethead RE: kayakado Jan 9, 2007 09:47 PM

                  Are you sure about that link? All I see at that site are a million links to other sites.

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                  markabauman RE: Ernie Diamond Jan 9, 2007 09:07 PM


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                    replay RE: markabauman Jan 14, 2007 01:50 PM

                    Fantes is great. They also provide a wealth of information about stuff.

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                      cafesimile RE: markabauman Jan 14, 2007 03:23 PM

                      Thankfully marka mentioned cookwarenmore.com. They have an all-clad outlet that sells stuff for sometimes as much as 50% off retail. They say they're "seconds", but for the life of me (I've ordered many times) I can't find any cosmetic blemishes on the 4 qt sauce pan I just ordered. They are also one of the few that still sale MC2, the best of the All clad line IMHO.

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