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In re-reading your post it says she wants and every day good quality skillet--did she

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Posted to Thread #30629 at 1:28 pm on Nov 29, 2018

want the carbon steel? As I said earlier carbon steel really requires some care to get it to a good place. I wonder about a good stainless steel clad skillet (not aluminum core). Tramontina has good ones at reasonable prices and should be a long term use.
Just wondering. Or would he be looking for a cast iron. I always recommend going to a thrift shop and finding an old one, even in bad shape and restoring it. I think they are always better than what is made now because of the interior construction/polishing that was traditionally done as opposed to the grooves that occur in more recent pans.

Here is a nice looking carbon steel at a great price with good reviews.
https://smile.amazon.com/World-Cuisine-Heavy-Carbon-Frying/dp/B000RWGC12/ref=sr_1_67?ie=UTF8&qid=1543497293&sr=8-67&keywords=carbon%2Bsteel%2Bbaking%2Bpan&th=1


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