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My cookware is seriously dying. Its over 40 years old and am trying to find a replacement set. Can anyone suggest some good brands? I usually cook with stainless steel and want to get a good, affordable set. I am not sure if this is in the right section or not, but couldn't figure out where

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    My cookware is seriously dying. Its over 40 years old and am trying to find a replacement set. Can anyone suggest some good brands? I usually cook with stainless steel and want to get a good, affordable set. I am not sure if this is in the right section or not, but couldn't figure out where else to post this.

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    I have heavy duty membersmark pans from Sam's Club and I've been very happy with them. you cant wash them in the dishwasher though, that tears them up!
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    Ok. I will check them out. We usually hand wash our pots/pans. How do they tear up?

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    Quote Originally Posted by lmitchell View Post
    Ok. I will check them out. We usually hand wash our pots/pans. How do they tear up?
    I'm not sure what you mean by "Tear up"... but I Can say that I abuse the hell out of mine, I cook everything under the sun, scrub them down with baking soda and dawn and they're still non-stick/ mess free pans. I like that they're heavy, almost cast iron heavy so they aren't "tippy". This is the set I have:

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    It's Very Affordable at $149.

    Tramontina 15-Piece Hard Anodized Cookware Set - Sam's Club

    I've had mine about 10 years or so. They have a wolfgang puck stainless steel set too that looks nice if you prefer stainless steel, but I don't care for stainless very much.
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