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Cheapest place for debuyer carbon steel fry pans?

Anyone? :)

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  1. I was about to start a similar thread. Where are people getting their DeBuyer CS pans from?

    I might pay $60 for an All-Clad but not for a CS pan.

    1. Do they have to be De Buyer? There are lots of other brands of carbon steel pans out there.

      Here's a link to some reasonably priced Paderno CS pans at Amazon:

      http://www.amazon.com/Paderno-Heavy-C...

      Vollrath also makes CS pans.

      I personally use CS pans purchased from a Japanese restaurant supply shop and am very happy with them.

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      1. re: tanuki soup

        Thanks! No, does not have to be debuyer. :) Will check that out, thanks!

      2. Hi, This link may help. And they have some others if you noodle around the site.

        http://www.chefscatalog.com/product/2...

        Good luck.

        1. Here is a link that may help. If you noodle around the site, there are other pans as well.

          http://www.chefscatalog.com/product/2...

            1. There really aren't that many De Buyer Mineral pans in the USA are there? Are they just to expensive and not "trendy"?

              I wonder if they are cheaper in France.

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              1. re: Sid Post

                Chef's Catalog is having a sale this weekend: $149 for a set of the 8, 10, and 12-inch mineral pans. Woot!

              2. I picked up a pair of De Buyer Minerale pans today at the discounter "Tuesday Morning" this afternoon in the Denver metro area --
                $30 for the 10", $20 for the 8"

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                1. re: eatsDEN

                  I scored too! They blow away my prior pans from World Market when they were on sale for $20.