I recently bought Revere Ware silverstone pans, one 12" and one 8". Got
them at WalMart, so they didn't break the bank. What a revelation to use
non-stick pans! I did my hashbrowns in one, per McDougall, and my SAD son
was drooling over my plate! I think he was impressed with the A-1 "steak"
On Thu, 1 Aug 1996 JRomjrom@xxxxxxx wrote:
> Julie wrote:
> McDougall recommends using Farberware nonstick pans. They are
> expensive, but really work. I can brown hashbrowns without Pam.
> we have had very good luck with a professional weight circulon pan (not the
> regular circulon although that might be ok). it was expensive and weighs a
> ton, but my husband makes his hashbrowns on it and they come out wonderfully
> cripy edged (oreida plain ones with a little water) and soft, almost creamy
> inside. if you figure the cost per use over the years the pan is a bargain.
> ps--michelle, the check's in the mail. many thanks.