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22 hours ago, ScouserInExile said:

I've just bought ProCook Professional ones. A friend of my wife, who is a chef, recommended them, since they're the ones she uses. They seem really good so far.

 

That's good to know because I bought baking trays from ProCook and they are excellent.

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1 hour ago, ScouserInExile said:

The pans aren't the cheapest, but they seem really good so far.

 

It's worth paying for quality. I was surprised I paid £30 for about 4 baking trays (they sent me an extra one too by mistake!) but I won't look back now. They're thick, heavy, and would do as a make shift weapon if I had intruders.

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12 minutes ago, Hamus said:

 

It's worth paying for quality. I was surprised I paid £30 for about 4 baking trays (they sent me an extra one too by mistake!) but I won't look back now. They're thick, heavy, and would do as a make shift weapon if I had intruders.

Yeah, the ProCook ones are sufficiently heavy that I'm probably going to get a load more because my parents struggle to lift theirs if they're full.

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On 10/10/2022 at 11:30, ScouserInExile said:

I've just bought ProCook Professional ones. A friend of my wife, who is a chef, recommended them, since they're the ones she uses. They seem really good so far.

 

These ones? Tempted by that set. I have a Nisbets nearby but annoyingly, they don't stock that range so I can't have a feel of them. Still, that's less than I was expecting to have to pay and free returns etc...

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2 hours ago, Rog said:

 

These ones? Tempted by that set. I have a Nisbets nearby but annoyingly, they don't stock that range so I can't have a feel of them. Still, that's less than I was expecting to have to pay and free returns etc...

Yeah, that's them. Really good pans.

 

Just as an aside, the person who recommended them in on the upcoming MasterChef Professionals...

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On 28/10/2022 at 09:45, Rog said:

 

These ones? Tempted by that set. I have a Nisbets nearby but annoyingly, they don't stock that range so I can't have a feel of them. Still, that's less than I was expecting to have to pay and free returns etc...

 

On 28/10/2022 at 12:30, ScouserInExile said:

Yeah, that's them. Really good pans.

 

Just as an aside, the person who recommended them in on the upcoming MasterChef Professionals...

 

I was thinking I probably want non-stick ones to be honest. Otherwise everything will get burned!

 

Any experience with such non-stick ones as above?

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I think there's a similar version of those ones with a non stick coating. Personally I'd say that while some non stick coatings are much harder wearing than others, eventually the dishwasher will strip them and in my house, everything goes in the dishwasher.

 

Pans have arrived and seem nice quality, although two of the frying pans were dented. Turns out that they're not stocked in Nisbets as there's an actual Procook shop even closer to me, so went there and exchanged them with no bother. The guy in the shop was telling me not to use olive oil in them as they might stain, I presume he meant EV oil but I was trying to get away as I'd parked on the kerb like a dickhead outside the shop, probably one of Bath's tightest streets.

 

Haven't used them myself yet - my 10 year old burned porridge onto one of the pans this morning but it's come out of the dishwasher perfectly clean.

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I'm considering the current offer ProCook have on ceramic pans.

 

Does anyone have any insight on what is decent to use? There's a lot of information out there.

 

I think I'll avoid stainless steel because they feel too expensive for me! I don't cook too much. It would be nice to stick pans in the oven though 

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