03-12-2017, 05:50 PM
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I'm looking to buy one of each from these two brands.

In stainless steel. I don't like to fiddle with seasoning.

Anyone who owns cookware from these two brands ?

Searching for a great sauter pan and also a frying pan/skillet - both for vegetables and risotto.

The frying pan needs to be 28 cm and the sauter pan needs to be 24 cm with a lid and a extra handle.

I cook/sear/roast my meat and steaks in my Le Creuset enameled cast iron 30cm/12" pan, that also goes into the oven.

Thanks.

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 03-12-2017, 09:39 PM
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Ok, doesn't matter.

Just ordered the Mauviel M'150 Copper pan in 26cm/10"

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 03-13-2017, 03:06 AM
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Both Mauviel and Demeyere are high quality brands, as is Falk and E. Dehillerin. I don't think you can go wrong with any of these, but if I had to choose I'd go for Falk or Mauviel. However, if you were looking for induction compatible copper cookware, I can't recommend the DeBuyer Prima Matera range enough, they are absolutely brilliant and very hassle free. I couldn't live without mine.

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 03-14-2017, 04:42 AM
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(03-12-2017, 09:39 PM)CHSeifert Wrote: Ok, doesn't matter.

Just ordered the Mauviel M'150 Copper pan in 26cm/10"



You are in for a treat with that pan.  I have it's smaller brother and it's fantastic.  I have a bunch of All-Clad, both stainless steel and copper core, several Le Creuset, a few cast iron pans, and several high carbon pans.  No pan heats up faster than the my copper clad Mauviel.  My pan has a stainless steel lining instead of the traditional tin lining.  If your pan has a tin lining you shouldn't use it on high heat and you will need to be careful that you don't scratch the lining.  

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 03-14-2017, 05:10 PM
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Was just informed Mauviel M'150 1,5 mm is too thin, more a showcase Mauviel pan. M250 2,5 mm ordered instead. $150 dearer

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 11-10-2018, 06:34 PM
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Late to this thread, but I purchased a few Demeyerer silver7 pans earlier this year (11” skillet, 3qt saucepan, and a 2qt conical saucier). I’ve used all three a ton, and they are pretty fantastic. The 11” skillet is very heavy though - tossing vegetables is a stretch. The conical saucier is great for rissotto - and the lid from the 3qt saucepan fits the 2qt saucier (?!)

If you are really patient, Demeyerer pans go on sale at Sur la table (like... right now & around Black Friday)

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 11-10-2018, 11:28 PM
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I now own all my favourite pans.

Demeyere Pawson 7-ply pans for steak searing 24cm and 28cm

Mauviel M-250 sauter pans and Rondeaux 24cm and 28cm

Mauviel M Cook frying pans for tossing and sautéing vegetables 26cm and 28cm

Falk 2.5 Copperware Signature conical saucepans 18cm,20cm, 20cm mousseline and 24cm

I pretty much own my dream cookware setup now.

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