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  1. #1
    Julie Bove Guest

    Default Circulon pan help!

    Some years ago I was given a gift card for a store that I dislike. They
    have a website online and I finally decided to order something there since I
    really don't like going in the store. I don't know what it is about it but
    it makes me feel generally uneasy. I think it is the lighting or something.
    It seems too dimly lit and dingy in there. And I get annoyed when I see
    their high prices for things that I can get for much less elsewhere.

    This store had a Circulon very large sauté pan on clearance. I can't
    remember the price now but I think it was around $70. I wouldn't normally
    pay that much for a pan but I just wanted to use up the gift certificate. I
    think it might be a non-stick pan although it isn't a Teflon type coating.

    Turns out that it was my favorite pan ever! Was. Then something happened
    to it. I'm not sure when it happened. Used to be that I could cook
    anything and everything in it and it was fine. Then all of a sudden, eggs
    would weld themselves to the pan. And now really anything and everything I
    cook is sticking. And very badly. I just did some chicken in the pan.
    Also did a couple of pieces in the new Orgreenic pan which is really too
    small to do more than one whole breast.

    The Orgreenic pan seemed to get a lot hotter a lot quicker. It came out
    perfectly. The chicken in my Circulon pan not only stuck very badly but
    burned. I used a garlic and herb marinade on it.

    The problem now is that I feel that the pan is not coming fully clean when
    try to clean it. I have had to resort to using a wire brush which I am sure
    has probably destroyed whatever of the non-stick coating was there. I keep
    scrubbing and scrubbing and black bits keep coming off. I am pretty sure
    that the black bits are stuck on food. I can't get the surface to get
    smooth like it one was.

    So where did I go wrong? I don't think I ever used a high heat on the pan.
    The highest I usually use with this pan is 7 on an electric stove. Now it
    is possible that someone else in the house did something to the pan. Not
    likely since they rarely ever cook. I just can't think of an incident that
    I had that would have caused this.

    I intend to get a similar pan when I get enough money saved up. I am sure
    they don't make this pan any more since it is so old and it was a clearance
    item. I just don't want to make the same mistake with the new pan. Thanks!



  2. #2
    Sqwertz Guest

    Default Re: Circulon pan help!

    On Mon, 10 Sep 2012 17:35:21 -0700, Julie Bove wrote:

    > Some years ago I was given a gift card for a store that I dislike. They
    > have a website online and I finally decided to order something there since I
    > really don't like going in the store. I don't know what it is about it but
    > it makes me feel generally uneasy. I think it is the lighting or something.
    > It seems too dimly lit and dingy in there. And I get annoyed when I see
    > their high prices for things that I can get for much less elsewhere.
    >
    > This store had a Circulon very large sauté pan on clearance. I can't
    > remember the price now but I think it was around $70. I wouldn't normally
    > pay that much for a pan but I just wanted to use up the gift certificate. I
    > think it might be a non-stick pan although it isn't a Teflon type coating.
    >
    > Turns out that it was my favorite pan ever! Was. Then something happened
    > to it. I'm not sure when it happened. Used to be that I could cook
    > anything and everything in it and it was fine. Then all of a sudden, eggs
    > would weld themselves to the pan. And now really anything and everything I
    > cook is sticking. And very badly. I just did some chicken in the pan.
    > Also did a couple of pieces in the new Orgreenic pan which is really too
    > small to do more than one whole breast.
    >
    > The Orgreenic pan seemed to get a lot hotter a lot quicker. It came out
    > perfectly. The chicken in my Circulon pan not only stuck very badly but
    > burned. I used a garlic and herb marinade on it.
    >
    > The problem now is that I feel that the pan is not coming fully clean when
    > try to clean it. I have had to resort to using a wire brush which I am sure
    > has probably destroyed whatever of the non-stick coating was there. I keep
    > scrubbing and scrubbing and black bits keep coming off. I am pretty sure
    > that the black bits are stuck on food. I can't get the surface to get
    > smooth like it one was.
    >
    > So where did I go wrong?


    Cleaning a non stick pan with a wire brush - that's the coating coming
    off, not the food. And not knowing how to cook if you're burning
    chicken in a pan in the first place.

    But you already knew that. You just wanted us to tell you that.
    Nothing more to see here.

    -sw

  3. #3
    Julie Bove Guest

    Default Re: Circulon pan help!


    "Sqwertz" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    news:1xfn6i3ppw8rf$.[email protected]..
    > On Mon, 10 Sep 2012 17:35:21 -0700, Julie Bove wrote:
    >
    >> Some years ago I was given a gift card for a store that I dislike. They
    >> have a website online and I finally decided to order something there
    >> since I
    >> really don't like going in the store. I don't know what it is about it
    >> but
    >> it makes me feel generally uneasy. I think it is the lighting or
    >> something.
    >> It seems too dimly lit and dingy in there. And I get annoyed when I see
    >> their high prices for things that I can get for much less elsewhere.
    >>
    >> This store had a Circulon very large sauté pan on clearance. I can't
    >> remember the price now but I think it was around $70. I wouldn't
    >> normally
    >> pay that much for a pan but I just wanted to use up the gift certificate.
    >> I
    >> think it might be a non-stick pan although it isn't a Teflon type
    >> coating.
    >>
    >> Turns out that it was my favorite pan ever! Was. Then something
    >> happened
    >> to it. I'm not sure when it happened. Used to be that I could cook
    >> anything and everything in it and it was fine. Then all of a sudden,
    >> eggs
    >> would weld themselves to the pan. And now really anything and everything
    >> I
    >> cook is sticking. And very badly. I just did some chicken in the pan.
    >> Also did a couple of pieces in the new Orgreenic pan which is really too
    >> small to do more than one whole breast.
    >>
    >> The Orgreenic pan seemed to get a lot hotter a lot quicker. It came out
    >> perfectly. The chicken in my Circulon pan not only stuck very badly but
    >> burned. I used a garlic and herb marinade on it.
    >>
    >> The problem now is that I feel that the pan is not coming fully clean
    >> when
    >> try to clean it. I have had to resort to using a wire brush which I am
    >> sure
    >> has probably destroyed whatever of the non-stick coating was there. I
    >> keep
    >> scrubbing and scrubbing and black bits keep coming off. I am pretty sure
    >> that the black bits are stuck on food. I can't get the surface to get
    >> smooth like it one was.
    >>
    >> So where did I go wrong?

    >
    > Cleaning a non stick pan with a wire brush - that's the coating coming
    > off, not the food. And not knowing how to cook if you're burning
    > chicken in a pan in the first place.


    Yes but I only resorted to a wire brush when it wouldn't come off otherwise.
    I was trying to find out what might have caused the food to stick to begin
    with.

    I have since ordered two pans. They cost less than I thought they would.
    The chef's and the saute from Overstock.com. They may not match. I don't
    care.
    >
    > But you already knew that. You just wanted us to tell you that.
    > Nothing more to see here.


    Well no. I still would like some ideas as to what might have caused the
    food to stick to begin with. I have only ever had that happen waaaay back
    when I bought cheap non-stick skillets. They never worked very well.



  4. #4
    Polly Esther Guest

    Default Re: Circulon pan help!

    I have one griddle sort of pan. Don't know its proper name. Don't remember
    its brand either but it was fiercely expensive. The instructions that came
    with it said: NO dishwasher and NO spray-on non-stick like Pam. I won't buy
    another one of that ilk but have great happy results with it. So great that
    I gave one to DDIL.
    Hers did just what you said; worked fine and then it was awful. Be very
    careful choosing non-stick cookware and really do follow the instructions.
    Polly


  5. #5
    Sqwertz Guest

    Default Re: Circulon pan help!

    On Mon, 10 Sep 2012 22:27:46 -0500, Polly Esther wrote:

    > I have one griddle sort of pan. Don't know its proper name. Don't remember
    > its brand either but it was fiercely expensive. The instructions that came
    > with it said: NO dishwasher and NO spray-on non-stick like Pam. I won't buy
    > another one of that ilk but have great happy results with it. So great that
    > I gave one to DDIL.
    > Hers did just what you said; worked fine and then it was awful. Be very
    > careful choosing non-stick cookware and really do follow the instructions.


    I have a bunch of Circulon, both old and somewhat new. and have never
    had any problems with it except that the top surface of the ridges
    does wear out. It does not cause the problems Julie sees. I have had
    much worse luck with plenty of other non-stick brands (even All Clad).
    Only Bialetti had outperformed the Circulon (and at 1/3rd the price).

    I'm pretty sure her husband sabotaged them. He does that a lot.

    -sw

  6. #6
    sf Guest

    Default Re: Circulon pan help!

    On Mon, 10 Sep 2012 19:05:14 -0700, "Julie Bove"
    <[email protected]> wrote:

    > I still would like some ideas as to what might have caused the
    > food to stick to begin with. I have only ever had that happen waaaay back
    > when I bought cheap non-stick skillets. They never worked very well.
    >

    You're already solved your own problem. It wore out. None of those
    coated pans last forever. Throw it out and move on.

    --
    Food is an important part of a balanced diet.

  7. #7
    Julie Bove Guest

    Default Re: Circulon pan help!


    "Polly Esther" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    news:[email protected]..
    >I have one griddle sort of pan. Don't know its proper name. Don't remember
    >its brand either but it was fiercely expensive. The instructions that came
    >with it said: NO dishwasher and NO spray-on non-stick like Pam. I won't
    >buy another one of that ilk but have great happy results with it. So great
    >that I gave one to DDIL.
    > Hers did just what you said; worked fine and then it was awful. Be
    > very careful choosing non-stick cookware and really do follow the
    > instructions. Polly


    I have never put this pan in the dishwasher. The new pans I am buying do
    say that you can. I just don't. They are so big anyway... They might not
    fit.

    Now the cooking spray! Hmmm... That is something that I hadn't used in
    many years. I would just use oil, margarine or butter. But after a
    discussion here about the high heat (grilling?) spray, I did buy some. I
    can't remember now what the issue was but I want to say that it was free of
    soybean oil.

    I do remember my daughter finding a recipe that she really wanted to try and
    it called for the cooking spray. She is one of those real sticklers for
    details sometimes and this was one of those times. Oddly enough when she
    wants to, she can take a recipe and make it free of her intolerances. But
    this time she really insisted on the cooking spray. I would be willing to
    bet that I used it in that pan!

    I think the next time I go into the kitchen I will just throw that nasty
    spray out. I never did like the stuff.

    Thanks!Q



  8. #8
    Julie Bove Guest

    Default Re: Circulon pan help!


    "Sqwertz" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    news:[email protected]..
    > On Mon, 10 Sep 2012 22:27:46 -0500, Polly Esther wrote:
    >
    >> I have one griddle sort of pan. Don't know its proper name. Don't
    >> remember
    >> its brand either but it was fiercely expensive. The instructions that
    >> came
    >> with it said: NO dishwasher and NO spray-on non-stick like Pam. I won't
    >> buy
    >> another one of that ilk but have great happy results with it. So great
    >> that
    >> I gave one to DDIL.
    >> Hers did just what you said; worked fine and then it was awful. Be
    >> very
    >> careful choosing non-stick cookware and really do follow the
    >> instructions.

    >
    > I have a bunch of Circulon, both old and somewhat new. and have never
    > had any problems with it except that the top surface of the ridges
    > does wear out. It does not cause the problems Julie sees. I have had
    > much worse luck with plenty of other non-stick brands (even All Clad).
    > Only Bialetti had outperformed the Circulon (and at 1/3rd the price).
    >
    > I'm pretty sure her husband sabotaged them. He does that a lot.


    That is quite possible. He is gone now. The kitchen is clean! And I have
    room in my fridge again!



  9. #9
    Julie Bove Guest

    Default Re: Circulon pan help!


    "sf" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    news:qef[email protected]..
    > On Mon, 10 Sep 2012 19:05:14 -0700, "Julie Bove"
    > <[email protected]> wrote:
    >
    >> I still would like some ideas as to what might have caused the
    >> food to stick to begin with. I have only ever had that happen waaaay
    >> back
    >> when I bought cheap non-stick skillets. They never worked very well.
    >>

    > You're already solved your own problem. It wore out. None of those
    > coated pans last forever. Throw it out and move on.


    I would think that a Circulon pan should last for many years. I think Polly
    Esther hit the nail on the head with the non-stick cooking spray. In fact
    I'd be willing to bet on it! If it did say that in the instructions I would
    have passed it by because I never used the stuff. I have some now. Well
    until I go into the kitchen again. And then it will be going bye bye.



  10. #10
    [email protected] Guest

    Default Re: Circulon pan help!

    On Sep 10, 11:29*pm, sf <s...@geemail.com> wrote:
    >
    > On Mon, 10 Sep 2012 19:05:14 -0700, "Julie Bove"
    > <julieb...@frontier.com> wrote:
    >
    > > I still would like some ideas as to what might have caused the
    > > food to stick to begin with. *I have only ever had that happen waaaayback
    > > when I bought cheap non-stick skillets. *They never worked very well.

    >
    > You're already solved your own problem. *It wore out. *None of those
    > coated pans last forever. *Throw it out and move on.
    >
    >

    Exactly. And that's why I weaned myself away from non-stick
    cookware. Although I loved the ease of cooking in it and was very,
    very careful with it I got tired of babying it. And then it started
    peeling even though I pampered it; enough ot that!

  11. #11
    Julie Bove Guest

    Default Re: Circulon pan help!

    [email protected] wrote:
    > On Sep 10, 11:29 pm, sf <s...@geemail.com> wrote:
    >>
    >> On Mon, 10 Sep 2012 19:05:14 -0700, "Julie Bove"
    >> <julieb...@frontier.com> wrote:
    >>
    >>> I still would like some ideas as to what might have caused the
    >>> food to stick to begin with. I have only ever had that happen
    >>> waaaay back when I bought cheap non-stick skillets. They never
    >>> worked very well.

    >>
    >> You're already solved your own problem. It wore out. None of those
    >> coated pans last forever. Throw it out and move on.
    >>
    >>

    > Exactly. And that's why I weaned myself away from non-stick
    > cookware. Although I loved the ease of cooking in it and was very,
    > very careful with it I got tired of babying it. And then it started
    > peeling even though I pampered it; enough ot that!


    Circulon is a different beast I think. Whatever they use is not like what
    is used on those cheap skillets.

    My parents and other people I know used to swear by T-Fal. I never had much
    luck with it. You have to be super careful not to scratch it. And I was,
    but others in this house were not and made their eggs with a fork.

    I do have a very good non-stick skillet that was purchased in NY. So it's
    at least 8 years old. I kept it hidden, leaving the old scratched one out
    for he who would make eggs with a fork to use. Heh. My only issue with it
    is that it is very large and I don't always need something that large. So I
    got the Orgreenic one. It will be used only for eggs and perhaps pancakes.

    I liked the saute pan because it was not only very large but deep. I could
    do things like Spanish rice in it. I had gotten to the point where I was
    using pretty much only it or my Rachael Ray pasta pot for most things. I
    have an old Revereware pan that I use for popcorn. And I was using it for
    smaller things like a serving of instant mashed potatoes or a can or soup.



  12. #12
    sf Guest

    Default Re: Circulon pan help!

    On Mon, 10 Sep 2012 22:05:07 -0700 (PDT), "[email protected]"
    <[email protected]> wrote:

    > On Sep 10, 11:29*pm, sf <s...@geemail.com> wrote:
    > >
    > > On Mon, 10 Sep 2012 19:05:14 -0700, "Julie Bove"
    > > <julieb...@frontier.com> wrote:
    > >
    > > > I still would like some ideas as to what might have caused the
    > > > food to stick to begin with. *I have only ever had that happen waaaay back
    > > > when I bought cheap non-stick skillets. *They never worked very well.

    > >
    > > You're already solved your own problem. *It wore out. *None of those
    > > coated pans last forever. *Throw it out and move on.
    > >
    > >

    > Exactly. And that's why I weaned myself away from non-stick
    > cookware. Although I loved the ease of cooking in it and was very,
    > very careful with it I got tired of babying it. And then it started
    > peeling even though I pampered it; enough ot that!


    We decided to go non-stick pan free and that only lasted a couple of
    months. It's just too darned easy to cook eggs in one, so we are back
    with a non-stick again (our egg pan). The difference is that we are
    under no illusion that it will last and will replace it ASAP when we
    decide it's time. We also aren't going to be under any illusion that
    the pan will "last a lifetime" so we aren't going to be suckered into
    spending an arm and a leg on one.... even if it has a fancy coating
    that the shop keeper runs a rock over to demonstrate how tough it is.

    --
    Food is an important part of a balanced diet.

  13. #13
    Chemo Guest

    Default Re: Circulon pan help!

    On Sep 10, 7:05*pm, "Julie Bove" <julieb...@frontier.com> wrote:
    > "Sqwertz" <swe...@cluemail.compost> wrote in message
    >
    > news:1xfn6i3ppw8rf$.[email protected]..
    >
    >
    >
    >
    >
    >
    >
    >
    >
    > > On Mon, 10 Sep 2012 17:35:21 -0700, Julie Bove wrote:

    >
    > >> Some years ago I was given a gift card for a store that I dislike. *They
    > >> have a website online and I finally decided to order something there
    > >> since I
    > >> really don't like going in the store. *I don't know what it is aboutit
    > >> but
    > >> it makes me feel generally uneasy. *I think it is the lighting or
    > >> something.
    > >> It seems too dimly lit and dingy in there. *And I get annoyed when Isee
    > >> their high prices for things that I can get for much less elsewhere.

    >
    > >> This store had a Circulon very large sauté pan on clearance. *I can't
    > >> remember the price now but I think it was around $70. *I wouldn't
    > >> normally
    > >> pay that much for a pan but I just wanted to use up the gift certificate.
    > >> I
    > >> think it might be a non-stick pan although it isn't a Teflon type
    > >> coating.

    >
    > >> Turns out that it was my favorite pan ever! *Was. *Then something
    > >> happened
    > >> to it. *I'm not sure when it happened. *Used to be that I could cook
    > >> anything and everything in it and it was fine. *Then all of a sudden,
    > >> eggs
    > >> would weld themselves to the pan. *And now really anything and everything
    > >> I
    > >> cook is sticking. *And very badly. *I just did some chicken in thepan.
    > >> Also did a couple of pieces in the new Orgreenic pan which is really too
    > >> small to do more than *one whole breast.

    >
    > >> The Orgreenic pan seemed to get a lot hotter a lot quicker. *It cameout
    > >> perfectly. *The chicken in my Circulon pan not only stuck very badlybut
    > >> burned. *I used a garlic and herb marinade on it.

    >
    > >> The problem now is that I feel that the pan is not coming fully clean
    > >> when
    > >> try to clean it. *I have had to resort to using a wire brush which Iam
    > >> sure
    > >> has probably destroyed whatever of the non-stick coating was there. *I
    > >> keep
    > >> scrubbing and scrubbing and black bits keep coming off. *I am prettysure
    > >> that the black bits are stuck on food. *I can't get the surface to get
    > >> smooth like it one was.

    >
    > >> So where did I go wrong?

    >
    > > Cleaning a non stick pan with a wire brush - that's the coating coming
    > > off, not the food. *And not knowing how to cook if you're burning
    > > chicken in a pan in the first place.

    >
    > Yes but I only resorted to a wire brush when it wouldn't come off otherwise.
    > I was trying to find out what might have caused the food to stick to begin
    > with.
    >
    > I have since ordered two pans. *They cost less than I thought they would.
    > The chef's and the saute from Overstock.com. *They may not match. *I don't
    > care.
    >
    >
    >
    > > But you already knew that. *You just wanted us to tell you that.
    > > Nothing more to see here.

    >
    > Well no. *I still would like some ideas as to what might have caused the
    > food to stick to begin with. *I have only ever had that happen waaaay back
    > when I bought cheap non-stick skillets. *They never worked very well.


    Call Al Gore...he'll know.

  14. #14
    Malcom \Mal\ Reynolds Guest

    Default Re: Circulon pan help!

    In article <1xfn6i3ppw8rf$.[email protected]>, Sqwertz <[email protected]>
    wrote:

    >
    > Cleaning a non stick pan with a wire brush - that's the coating coming
    > off, not the food. And not knowing how to cook if you're burning
    > chicken in a pan in the first place.
    >
    > But you already knew that. You just wanted us to tell you that.
    > Nothing more to see here.
    >
    > -sw


    so only morons reply to Julie?

  15. #15
    [email protected] Guest

    Default Re: Circulon pan help!

    On Sep 11, 10:47*am, sf <s...@geemail.com> wrote:
    >
    > On Mon, 10 Sep 2012 22:05:07 -0700 (PDT), "itsjoannotjo...@webtv.net"
    >
    >
    >
    > > > You're already solved your own problem. It wore out. None of those
    > > > coated pans last forever. Throw it out and move on.

    >
    > > Exactly. *And that's why I weaned myself away from non-stick
    > > cookware. *Although I loved the ease of cooking in it and was very,
    > > very careful with it I got tired of babying it. *And then it started
    > > peeling even though I pampered it; enough ot that!

    >
    > We decided to go non-stick pan free and that only lasted a couple of
    > months. *It's just too darned easy to cook eggs in one, so we are back
    > with a non-stick again (our egg pan). *The difference is that we are
    > under no illusion that it will last and will replace it ASAP when we
    > decide it's time. *We also aren't going to be under any illusion that
    > the pan will "last a lifetime" so we aren't going to be suckered into
    > spending an arm and a leg on one.... even if it has a fancy coating
    > that the shop keeper runs a rock over to demonstrate how tough it is.
    >
    >
    >

    It took me a few failures to master non-stick again but now I love my
    Calphalon and that I can sling it in the oven and not worry about
    going over 350°. I love that I don't have to worry about using
    something other than wooden or nylon utensils in it, not worry that
    someone else wouldn't be as careful with it as I would. Tri-ply
    stainless steel cookware is my friend.



  16. #16
    Nunya Bidnits Guest

    Default Re: Circulon pan help!

    Julie Bove <[email protected]> wrote:


    I would never help the imposter, Circulon. Melting for scrap is the only
    solution.

    Calculon
    - Acting Unit
    - Star, All My Circuits




  17. #17
    Polly Esther Guest

    Default Re: Circulon pan help!

    Meanwhile, back to cleaning a non-stick pan, I made quite a mess with my
    favorite non-stick skillet and went to Heloise for help. She said to fill
    it with water and one tablespoon dishwashER detergent, turn on the vent fan,
    boil the water for ten minutes. That worked very well. I've not quite
    familiar with what the controls on my new stove mean. Obviously, the E in
    Medium is too high for non-stick. Lesson learned. Polly


  18. #18
    Janet Bostwick Guest

    Default Re: Circulon pan help!

    On Wed, 12 Sep 2012 18:02:46 -0500, "Polly Esther"
    <[email protected]> wrote:

    >Meanwhile, back to cleaning a non-stick pan, I made quite a mess with my
    >favorite non-stick skillet and went to Heloise for help. She said to fill
    >it with water and one tablespoon dishwashER detergent, turn on the vent fan,
    >boil the water for ten minutes. That worked very well. I've not quite
    >familiar with what the controls on my new stove mean. Obviously, the E in
    >Medium is too high for non-stick. Lesson learned. Polly


    It is easy to put a shellac-type icky on any pan if you are heating or
    frying too high. The icky is vi sable on stainless and is easy to
    tackle there. On non stick it doesn't show up and isn't always
    noticeable to the fingers. I find that a Dobie pad is perfect for
    scouring all non stick pans after frying to keep them slippery clean.
    I tried other nylon scrubbers but they don't seem to do the job like
    the Dobie pad.
    Janet US

  19. #19
    Polly Esther Guest

    Default Re: Circulon pan help!


    "Janet Bostwick" <> wrote in message
    > On Wed, 12 Sep 2012 18:02:46 -0500, "Polly Esther"
    > <> wrote:
    >
    >>Meanwhile, back to cleaning a non-stick pan, I made quite a mess with my
    >>favorite non-stick skillet and went to Heloise for help. She said to fill
    >>it with water and one tablespoon dishwashER detergent, turn on the vent
    >>fan,
    >>boil the water for ten minutes. That worked very well. I've not quite
    >>familiar with what the controls on my new stove mean. Obviously, the E in
    >>Medium is too high for non-stick. Lesson learned. Polly

    >
    > It is easy to put a shellac-type icky on any pan if you are heating or
    > frying too high. The icky is vi sable on stainless and is easy to
    > tackle there. On non stick it doesn't show up and isn't always
    > noticeable to the fingers. I find that a Dobie pad is perfect for
    > scouring all non stick pans after frying to keep them slippery clean.
    > I tried other nylon scrubbers but they don't seem to do the job like
    > the Dobie pad.
    > Janet US


    "Shellac-type icky"? That is exactly what it was. Polly


  20. #20
    David Harmon Guest

    Default Re: Circulon pan help!

    On Wed, 12 Sep 2012 18:02:46 -0500 in rec.food.cooking, "Polly
    Esther" <[email protected]> wrote,
    >Meanwhile, back to cleaning a non-stick pan,


    If you have pan spray or something coating the pan, scrub it with a
    "Mr. Clean Magic Eraser" or other branded equivalent. Too new for
    Heloise to know about.

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