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Cuisinart's Quantanium Skillet - bjcotton - 01-10-2007

Here's my report on the skillet. I used it for a week or so in Portland and am very happy with it. My sis, Marilee, was so happy with it she kept one of mine. I burned onions in it and thought, "Oh no! I remembered what happened to one of my silverstone skillets. Took a sponge and it washed right out, didn't even leave a stain. Same for when I burned sausage in it. It's easy to get distracted at Marilee's house. I sauteed some onions, garlic and other veggies in just cooking spray and they turned out very well. Fried some potatoes, some okra, sauteed chicken breasts, pork chops, etc. I am very happy with this skillet. It is a fairly heavy one with a metal handle that can go right into the oven, which it has. I don't think I've ever been as happy with a nonstick skillet as with this one. I'll have to find out if it comes in different sizes and get rid of my 20+ year old stuff. The anodized outside of the skillet scratches fairly easily, despite their advertising, but we don't cook on the outside do we? Out of 10 points I'd give it a 9 or 9.5.

I'm happy with my Cuisinart Stainless Steel skillet too!

Re: Cuisinart's Quantanium Skillet - cjs - 01-10-2007

geesus, Billy, is it time to think about turning the heat down???? ...bless your heart.

Re: Cuisinart's Quantanium Skillet - bjcotton - 01-11-2007

Nah, just pay attention to what I'm doing and not to what's going on all around me. I start cooking there and everyone migrates into the kitchen whether they're interested in cooking or least until I brandish a knife at them.

Re: Cuisinart's Quantanium Skillet - bjcotton - 01-16-2007

Another plus for the skillet...we cooked up some onions and elk burger last night to add to the chile. Marilee said she'd hold the pan and I could scrape out the elk/onions when she tipped the scraping to it, when she tilted that pan everything just slid out, some on the floor, but most into the crockpot. The oil/grease also just ran out leaving a little beaded on the surface. I love this pan and ordered 3 more skillets, an 8", 10", and a 5.5 qt saute pan.

Re: Cuisinart's Quantanium Skillet - Roxanne 21 - 01-17-2007

Now you will have to put an extra room addition to your kitchen JUST FOR your pots and pans---what do you do with them????