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Old 10-01-2005, 01:39 AM
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After doing a bit of shopping/searching I have to now ask, is there such
thing as a stainless steel electric frying pan? If so, any
recommendations?


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Old 10-01-2005, 03:39 AM
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Yes, there is such a thing. Here's a quick list of a few on Consumer
Guide. You can sort by price, brand, most recommended from this page.
If nothing else - this gives you a starting point to see what's out
there.

http://products.consumerguide.com/re...e ctionId=772
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Yes, there is such a thing. Here's a quick list of a few on Consumer
Guide. You can sort by price, brand, most recommended from this page.
If nothing else - this gives you a starting point to see what's out
there.

http://products.consumerguide.com/re...e ctionId=772
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BP
www.outdoorculinary.com

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On 2005-01-10, Ruddell wrote:

After doing a bit of shopping/searching I have to now ask, is there such
thing as a stainless steel electric frying pan? If so, any
recommendations?


Yep. FARBERWARE 12 INCH STAINLESS STEEL SKILLET (plug that into google). I
don't use 'em, but I've got one. I'll sell it to you for $35 + shipping.

nb
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On 2005-01-10, Ruddell wrote:

After doing a bit of shopping/searching I have to now ask, is there such
thing as a stainless steel electric frying pan? If so, any
recommendations?


Yep. FARBERWARE 12 INCH STAINLESS STEEL SKILLET (plug that into google). I
don't use 'em, but I've got one. I'll sell it to you for $35 + shipping.

nb


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Old 10-01-2005, 11:01 PM
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"notbob" wrote in message
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On 2005-01-10, Ruddell wrote:

After doing a bit of shopping/searching I have to now ask, is

there such
thing as a stainless steel electric frying pan? If so, any
recommendations?


Yep. FARBERWARE 12 INCH STAINLESS STEEL SKILLET (plug that into

google). I
don't use 'em, but I've got one. I'll sell it to you for $35 +

shipping.


I've got one too that I have had for 4 decades. It is probably the
least used kitchen item I ever owned.


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"notbob" wrote in message
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On 2005-01-10, Ruddell wrote:

After doing a bit of shopping/searching I have to now ask, is

there such
thing as a stainless steel electric frying pan? If so, any
recommendations?


Yep. FARBERWARE 12 INCH STAINLESS STEEL SKILLET (plug that into

google). I
don't use 'em, but I've got one. I'll sell it to you for $35 +

shipping.


I've got one too that I have had for 4 decades. It is probably the
least used kitchen item I ever owned.


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On 2005-01-10, Sam D. wrote:

I've got one too that I have had for 4 decades....


Boy, and I thought I was a pack rat!

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On 2005-01-10, Sam D. wrote:

I've got one too that I have had for 4 decades....


Boy, and I thought I was a pack rat!

nb
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In notbob wrote:
On 2005-01-10, Sam D. wrote:

I've got one too that I have had for 4 decades....


Boy, and I thought I was a pack rat!


Ok, I'm interested but tell me, why don't you use them?


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Old 12-01-2005, 09:34 AM
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On 2005-01-12, Ruddell wrote:

Ok, I'm interested but tell me, why don't you use them?


I don't know, I'm just not an electric skillet kinda guy. It was a present
from my mom, who's an avowed electric skillet freak. It's not that it's
stainless steel, either. I have a nice set of French SS/Cu skillets for the
stove and some nonstick and cast iron skillets as well. It's just a PIA to
drag the thing out, plug in the AC cord/control module, set it, etc, and it
takes up space on the counter. I can see a big electric pancake griddle,
but a skillet.... [shrug]

If you'd like, I'll take some pictures and put them up.

nb


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