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@blue_dolphin

 

Kudos your way

 

I had not thought about the CSO for the paella pans.

 

Im wondering if even the # 27 might fit.

 

Ill email them and ask for the dimensions from the handles.

 

 

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@Hassouni

 

You Betcha !

 

the store in your area thought we were a Cabal !

 

we were both on the phone at the same time.

 

the Texas pan is fine.

 

these are heavier and better  if you like the feel of " substantial "

 

they do require care , and why not ?

 

your food will taste the same w that TX pan

 

but your will very much enjoy these pans a bit more.

 

don't have a Cuisinart Stream Oven

 

so sad I am

 

""  Ill be drinking early today "

 

       W.C.Fields   every afternoon he got out of bed

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here is what Ive heard from DARTO

 

re the CSO  and the # 27  :

 

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Paella handle to handle is 32 cm but i Think that if a dish 27 cm can get in. If you put the paella no.27 in diagonal will get in. "
 
in my book :  32 cm's  = 12.6 "
 
I thin this might fit !
 
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Y'all....QUIT! I do not need another pan...I do not need another pan...I do not need another pan...

 

But damn, I want a paella pan. I might as well go on and order the damn thing. I know I'm going to.

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I got a 25. One day, I'm going to sit down and figure up how much eG has cost me over the years -- an Anova, a CSO, an Instant Pot, countless cookbooks, assorted semi-exotic ingredients, several pieces of cookware....

 

Of course, it's also afforded me hours of entertainment and lots of really good food info. So I guess it evens out.

 

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Of all the small electrics in my kitchen, I use the CSO more than anything except my coffee maker.

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1 hour ago, rotuts said:

@Hassouni

 

don't have one ?

 

the CSO ?

 

Sad   very sad.

 

some of us have two

Some of us have three.  Condo, beach house, back up.  And want four: back up for back up.  It's that good.  Waiting for a good price.  @rotuts is the first one on my list to notify when I find the right price 

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3 minutes ago, chefmd said:

Some of us have three.  Condo, beach house, back up.  And want four: back up for back up.  It's that good.  Waiting for a good price.  @rotuts is the first one on my list to notify when I find the right price 

Up north, home and call room at

work. If I still had a boat there would be one there I'm sure!

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The angles on most cast iron pans makes them better suited for making cornbread than doing what you'd normally do with a flared skillet or frying pan. The shape makes them not great to saute with, or even do simple things like flip a fried egg. The Dartos are also probably thicker than most vintage cast iron, which tends to be thinner than modern stuff like Lodge. I use the carbon steel much more.

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3 hours ago, rotuts said:

@kayb

 

and an Anova or two ?

 

please don't tell us you don't have an Anova 

 

Pleeeeeeeeese.

 

I do, in fact, have an Anova. In fact, if anyone remembers the old SideKic circulators that someone publicized on eG a few years back, that was my first adventure into SV. It died, and I could not function without having one, so a dear friend, whom I'd enabled to buy his own, got me one for Christmas. I don't use it too often, but I would not be without it. It is worth the price of admission if I didn't do anything more than country fried steak.

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I don't use cast iron much even though I have several. The steel Matfer and Darto are my everyday frying pans. The clad pans get a lot of use too. 

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Ugh! I should have ordered at least one pan when the old design was available! :S

~Martin :)

I just don't want to look back and think "I could have eaten that."

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