I know the answer is probably China but can someone post the country of manufacture please?
It’s not that I’m anti-China I’m pro some other country that somehow makes great ‘stone’ cook ware. If these are from that country - i’m in, maybe for 2 for gifts. The couple i picked up at Marshal’s for cheap are amazing.
@ravenblack After reading your comment, I had to go and read through the descriptor text, and, since I am not upset with you for having caused me to read it, I must conclude that I enjoyed it. Well done.
@uebergod Found on Google:
Is PFOA free cookware safe?
,Teflon has been PFOA-free since 2013. Today’s nonstick and Teflon cookware is completely safe for normal home cooking, as long as temperatures do not exceed 570°F (300°C). … At the end of the day, Teflon cookware is a healthy and convenient way to cook your food that is safe for everyday use.Jul 13, 2017
But that is what they said about the old shit, right?
This copy makes me so happy calling out those practices. I was shopping for socks recently, found a set online a liked, then noticed I’d been comparing 12 “packs” to 12 “pairs” without noticing which is which so now I have to start over.
Just got a similar 10" pan (no lid) from Mrs. News for my birthday. It’s a very nice $20 pan, works ok, not great (or ergonomic). Don’t need more than one, and certainly no dumb glass lids. Gosh, now I’m looking at Le Creuset stuff again…