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What brand of pan is this?

SpicySpice Nov 2, 2008 08:38 PM

Can anyone recognize the brand of this pan that the shrimp is being cooked in, I would love to get this pan. Thanks!


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    ThreeGigs RE: SpicySpice Nov 2, 2008 11:05 PM

    Looks like it's just a generic saute pan from a restaurant supply store.

    What exactly has you so excited about that pan?

    1. yayadave RE: SpicySpice Nov 3, 2008 05:06 AM

      Looks a lot like this saute pan. Deeper than a fry pan and straighter sides.


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        kayakado RE: SpicySpice Nov 3, 2008 08:24 AM

        it looks much like a calphalon or all-clad stainless steel saute pan, it is definitely is a saute pan

        1. legourmettv RE: SpicySpice Nov 3, 2008 08:27 AM

          Why don't you email Ryan (who posted the story) and ask him?

          Just what I would do, mind you....


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            yayadave RE: legourmettv Nov 3, 2008 03:42 PM

            Yeah, he clearly needs to hear about Chowhound.

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            CrazyOne RE: SpicySpice Nov 3, 2008 10:40 AM

            Yep, I have one similar at home from Tramontina, though I don't know if that is the brand in the pic. His pan may actually be a bit smaller than my 5qt, but it's still just a straight-sided saute pan in stainless steel. Mine has a heavy aluminum disc in the bottom and no such cladding in the sides, which, for almost all uses of such a pan, is probably fine. (Cladding in the sides would cost more.) Hard to see a particular appealing look in those pics, but maybe that's just me. :-) I don't see how there would be much functional difference between similar pans of this type, so brand wouldn't be too important apart from handle design or something.

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              sigari RE: SpicySpice Nov 3, 2008 11:45 AM

              Could also be this:

              (Although I don't know why Kmart calls the piece an omelet pan, when it is clearly not.


              As someone previously mentioned, contact Pastor Ryan--he seems like a good fellow who would be happy to help you.

              1. RShea78 RE: SpicySpice Nov 3, 2008 04:50 PM

                It looks rather like an odd-missfit "Winsor style" spun aluminum fry pan, with some inverted (trough) style riveted handle. It doesn't look professional IMHO. (A poor attempt to look professional IOW)

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