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Winco French Style Polished Carbon Steel Fry Pan With Riveted Handle, 8-3/16" dia

Item # CSFP-7UPC: 811642006202
Price: $17.75
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    The Spanish-made, French-style fry pan is ideal for high-heat cooking. Suited for long pre-heating and searing.
    ♦ Thick, high quality carbon steel pan, allows for long pre-heating at high temperatures; suitable for searing
    ♦ Riveted flat handle
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The Spanish-made, French-style fry pan is ideal for high-heat cooking. Suited for long pre-heating and searing.
♦ Thick, high quality carbon steel pan, allows for long pre-heating at high temperatures; suitable for searing
♦ Riveted flat handle

Features
Material Thick, high quality carbon steel
Handle Yes
Number of Handles 1
Shape Round
Handle Type Riveted
Winco French Style Polished Carbon Steel Fry Pan With Riveted Handle, 8-3/16 dia
Average Customer Rating
(1 reviews)
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Great pan, a keeper! de buyer 12.5" and winco 11", winco is much thinner and lighter. I measured 2.5mm versus slightly more than 1mm. It is not super light, still 2 lb. 8.3/4 oz. but I can manage it much better than the de buyer, which weighs more than 5 lb. and super heavy, don't know exact weight because my kitchen scale goes only up to 5 lb. I found it much easier to unload the Winco pan when it is full of food, this i cannot do with the de buyer. I would need a third hand to help transfer the food onto a plate, and it is very awkward. This mighty little fry pan does a great job, I was worried it might warp being thin, that did not happen. It seasoned easy after I followed manufacturer’s instructions! Important! I made a mistake just scrubbing it in hot water and seasoning came out streaky, Then I found the manufacturer’s instructions that clearly stated to boil water in the pan prior to seasoning. After I scrubbed all of my streaky seasoning out with dishsoap, I boiled water in it and seasoned it 5-6 times. It's looking beautiful shiny brown now. I use it often it does a great job, virtually nonstick and perfect weight for me. The handle is riveted, that means it won't ever come off. One of my concerns is that the handle has a coat of paint on it and when it gets hot it becomes sticky, as if the paint was beginning to melt. Just wondering what will become of it once I use it in an oven, baking a pie let's say. I might use paint thinner to remove it if it will give me problems. I like this pan a lot and can say it is a keeper and deserves more attention. I bought a french crape pan back and compared its thickness to the Winco pan-and can clearly see they are exactly the same. That crape pan never ever warped despite of its thin walls. For me, the Winco pan does everything as well as the more expensive pan does. At this price, it is worth a try.
By Lyudmila Lavrentyeva, NJ on June 9, 2017