Staub HoneyComb vs Staub Grill Pan
Im looking to buy a Staub fry/grill pan for cooking burgers / steaks / grilled onions / eggplant etc.
Will the Hexagon grill be more non-stick? Will it act more like a fry pan to fry burgers and less like a grill pan?
I have the rectangular version of the pan your show with the ridges and like it a lot. I think the square 10" one with the higher sides is a nicer pan and about $80 at William Sonoma. The higher sides contain the splatters. The honeycomb pattern leaves weird markings on the food. It makes your meat look like fish. Not very appetizing in my opinion.