Cooks Standard NC-00239 Stainless Steel Dome Lid 12-Inch Multi-Ply Clad Fry Pan, Silver

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27 Aug, 2019Price Drop-19.06%average
26 Aug, 2019Price Drop-1.65%high
8 Aug, 2019Price Increase27.03%highest
12 Apr, 2019Price Drop-8.93%low
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Cooks Standard NC-00239 Stainless Steel Dome Lid 12-Inch Multi-Ply Clad Fry Pan, Silver

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Discussion and Reviews on Reddit

Reccomendations for a 12" stainless frying pan? Wife wants a replacement. [R]

2 years, 3 months agoender4171 posted submission on Cooking.
Dec. 14, 2017

The criteria she's listed are:

  • 12" diameter
  • Stainless steel
  • 3 ply clad (I am not sure i know what this means - clad in what?)
  • she's given me a pretty reasonable budget on this, so let's assume anything's on the table.

Am I mis-reading the note? Is "clad" just referring to the company "all-clad", or is it a particular criteria I like i originally thought?

Any recommendations on brands are welcome, and thanks for them.

2 years, 3 months agoender4171 posted comment on Cooking.
Dec. 14, 2017

I have been super hapy with this guy. It is 90% the build quality and 100% (at least in my experience) the cook quality of my other All-Clad pans at a fraction of the cost. All-Clad is great, but you are still paying a premium for the brand name.

[Question] Your favorite stainless steel cookware set. [R]

2 years, 9 months agodrbhrb posted submission on Cooking.
June 5, 2017

I like to cook and moving in with my GF soon and I wanted to get an entirely new Stainless Steel cook set.

Nothing crazy, but good quality is a must!

2 years, 9 months agodrbhrb posted on Cooking.
June 5, 2017

All Clad is the best, but it may fall into "crazy" territory depending on your budget. You do want tri-ply though. I've found cook's standard to be a good budget All Clad alternative:

I'd also suggest buying the exact pieces you need and not a pre-selected set. Maybe start with a 12" skillet and a 3 or 4 qt pot. Cook for a while with those and see what else you may need - smaller/larger pots, cast iron, non-stick skillet for eggs, etc...

What Stainless Steel Skillet / Pan do you recommend? [R]

2 years, 9 months agoMay 31, 2017

I'm looking at Amazon for some, and it seems there are cheap options ($30) and expensive ones ($130). Do you have any from Amazon or local store (I only have Costco, Target (checked, nothing good), and Safeway (checked, nothing good) nearby. I was going to buy one of the $30 online ones, but then one of the comments said it wasn't really stainless steel but aluminum (which I don't want). I'm thinking maybe I should invest in a really good one, since I hear they last for life.

I want one to cook chicken breast, tofu, ground pork, veggies, etc., and I've been hearing a lot of different opinions. Some recommend a full stainless steel one, some recommend one with copper on bottom/inside (which I can't find). Anybody veterans got links to ones they highly recommend? Thank you!!!

2 years, 9 months agonimbleVaguerant posted on Cooking.
May 31, 2017

I've been impressed with the Cooks Standard brand sold on amazon. This frying pan or this saute pan can be pretty versatile cooking tools. They include lids and are oven safe.

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2 years, 11 months agodead_dove_in_a_bag posted submission on blogsnark.
April 17, 2017

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For the most up-to-date snark, sort comments to new.

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2 years, 11 months agodead_dove_in_a_bag posted on blogsnark.
April 20, 2017

NICE. I wish I had had more patience for searching out used pieces. I gave in and bought some that I'm sure is sweat-shop produced in China because I am a grocery store person.

I ended up buying this stock pot:


And both sizes of this saucepan:

I kept a cast iron griddle and skillet, as well as one non-stick skillet for eggs. I got rid of all of the rest of it and haven't looked back. The stainless is SO MUCH nicer than my hard-anodized non-stick giant wedding set with useless cookware sizes.

Why do so many people on here suggest cast iron skillets over stainless/triply and other materials for their pans? [R]

2 years, 12 months agoMarch 27, 2017

What's so special about cast iron compared to the others, especially when you can't use acidic stuff like tomatoes, lemon etc?

2 years, 12 months agodrbhrb posted on AskCulinary.
March 28, 2017

Cooks Standard still makes comparable ply cookware for cheap

I own old Tramontina, current cooks standard, and an assortment of All Clad. All Clad is definitely the nicest but the others do get you pretty close for a lot less.

Suggestions for a nonstick pan? [R]

3 years, 11 months agobutwhenidoiwin posted submission on Cooking.
April 25, 2016

My previous Analon one served me well for several years, but now the coating is peeling. Suggestions for a new one? I would like it to be around a 12" diameter. Thanks!

3 years, 11 months agobutwhenidoiwin posted on Cooking.
April 26, 2016

My real suggestion? Don't get a 12" teflon fry pan. Your only teflon pan should be 10" or less for eggs/omlettes. For anything else, use stainless steel or cast iron, your cooking will improve massively, and your tastebuds will thank you. For a 12" pan - try this one out.

It will last you a lifetime instead of a few years like the crap nonstick pans.

Any recommendations on a 12" (or close) saute pan? [R]

4 years, 2 months agonimbleVaguerant posted submission on Cooking.
Jan. 23, 2016

Any recommendations on a 12" (or close to 12") saute pan? Mine broke and I need a new one.

I was looking at something like this but with less doming on high heat and lid exploding.

My requirements are:

Close to 12".

Oven safe.

Able to take high heat (like frying in it on the stove top.)

Sloped sides.

Handle must be firmly attached to the pan!

Preferably with a lid. (Lid must be oven safe too.)

4 years, 2 months agonimbleVaguerant posted on Cooking.
Jan. 23, 2016

So far I've been impressed with my sauce pan from Cooks Standard. You might consider this 12" frying pan or this 5qt Sauté pan. Both come with stainless lids.

Amazon Prime Day Deals? [R]

4 years, 8 months agoeasye7 posted submission on Cooking.
July 15, 2015

Today is Amazon Prime day: Amazon is celebrating its 20th birthday by giving out a ton of deals for Prime members. I thought it'd be a good idea to make a thread to track any good kitchen-related deals, since a lot of people are probably working and don't have much time to scavenge through Amazon's deals and find good ones.

Happy Prime Day, everyone!

4 years, 8 months agoeasye7 posted on Cooking.
July 15, 2015

I've had this for about a year and absolutely love it.

Cooking for the cook who has nothing. Need advise badly for my broke, starving little brother! [R]

5 years, 9 months agoJune 18, 2014


5 years, 9 months agodoughscraper posted on Cooking.
June 19, 2014

How about this? Nice skillet, good price. Should last damn near forever with reasonable abuse.

I want to by my gf some cast iron cookware, where should I start? [R]

6 years, 1 month agoFeb. 13, 2014

I want to get her one or two pieces to start off, what pieces should I start with and what's a good price to pay for them?

6 years, 1 month agofuckyoubarry posted on BuyItForLife.
Feb. 14, 2014

ebay an old skillet, griswold or wagner. 12 or 14 inch. they used to machine the skillets smooth, now they just cast them knock the sand off and sell them. the older ones are better cause labor was cheaper then, you just cannot buy a smooth cast iron skillet now. not cheap, not expensive, they simply do not make them like that any more.

but really just buy her a nice stainless all clad knockoff skillet. cast iron appeals to people mostly for metaphysical reasons: its something that is supposed to get better with age. it is a nice thing to buy a loved one because its supposed to symbolize your love building up a hard shell of enameled tolerance of each others bullshit or something. but cast iron sucks. you wash it wrong it shits flakes everywhere, just buy a nice pan you can scrub out with a metal scrubby. true love can take some scrapes, cast iron holds a grudge. you buy her cast iron she will grow to hate it, and you.

just find a restaurant supply store online and buy an awesome restaurant quality frying pan or two.