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Sep 10, 2010 01:04 PM

Staub HoneyComb vs Staub Grill Pan

Hey everybody,

Im looking to buy a Staub fry/grill pan for cooking burgers / steaks / grilled onions / eggplant etc.

Anybody have any recommendations as to which is better?
American Square Grill Pan
A Hexagon Multiprocessing Pan

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?

Thank you

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  1. Also does anybody know where to get a press for the Staub grill pans?

    1. Hi,

      I'd like to know the answer to this as well!

      Plus, what kind of things can you fry on the HoneyComb one? The same meats you'd do on the grill?

      1. 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.