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Cuisinart Green Gourmet Nonstick Skillet

Cuisinart's Green Gourmet 12-inch nonstick skillet.

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While this 12-inch pan was one of two “ecofriendly” pans in our review (along with the Scanpan), it was the performance and con struction that made it our top choice in our review of nonstick skillets (issue #97, pp. 36-37). There was no sticking, and the aluminum core conducted heat in a controlled and even manner. Well balanced, the pan is classically shaped with gently sloping sides and a rolled edge for easy pouring. The riveted stay-cool handle is comfortable, and the opposing helper handle is a bonus. The exterior comes in hard anodized or stainless steel.

The Green Gourmet nonstick skillet weighs 3 lb. 8 oz. It sells for $69.95 at Cutlery and More.


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  • ellen_in_charlotte | 02/09/2013

    Thanks for posting your experience. I need to replace my beloved Analon non-stick cookware and want a more eco-friendly choice. Guess I'll skip Cuisinart!

  • oldbay | 05/08/2012

    I bought 3 Green Gourmet nonstick skillets on the strength of this review. Unfortunately, my experience with the pans was just awful. Not only do eggs stick, everything sticks, and it gets worse over time. I contacted my source for the pans (chefscatalog.com), who very graciously agreed to accept a return for a full refund. I am again searching for the "best" nonstick cookware and regret that I will have to find another source for advice on what to use.

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