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Old 20-09-2011, 07:25 PM posted to rec.food.cooking
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On Sep 20, 9:46*am, Chemo the Clown wrote:
On Sep 20, 7:50*am, jason wrote:

Hello,


I am looking for what you folks may consider a good deal in cookware on
the inexpensive end. *I have looked at the archives and most of what is
there are older deals. *Costco has Kirkland for 149.00 for a large
anodized set but the reviews say the outer surface wears off quickly. *
Does anyone in this group have experience with the Kirkland brand? *
Other brand recommendations?


Thank you,


Jason


We bought this at Costco. $199.95 and had a $40 coupon.
Circulon Premier Professional
13-piece Hard Anodized Cookware Set
Stainless Steel Base
Item # 559735

It's a great set!


I think that is the same set that I have, and I'm happy with it also!

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I bought a set from Costco, the Kirkland brand, probably 15 years ago. I
paid somewhere between $150 and $200. They are heavy pans with a
nonstick interior. Perhaps like a silverstone interior. They have held
up remarkably well all of these years. Interiors and exteriors look just
fine.



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