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I grew up with Townecraft. My mother has had her set for 32 years. They stand behind their lifetime guarantee as well. She had about three cracked handles that were replaced promptly when Townecraft was notified. Some will say don't do it but I assure you that the quality cannot be beat. The people who say it isn't worth it are usually not using it correctly. One person said they didn't need that much cookware. I do. I have a family of 10 in my house and we use all of our pieces on a regular basis. The health benefits are there if you use it correctly. The food tastes better as well. If you use it correctly, you will be pleased. Plus you won't be buying another set of TFAL or other non stick pans in a few years when the teflon starts flaking.
Looks like another brand new person trying to beat this dead horse that died almost 4 yrs ago..
The best cookware! Amazing how some buy the expensive equipment cuts there grass, & cars, cook from Tephlon & Auminum, how I feel causes some health diseases with memory. There was a report on Tephlon.
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SiemaskoThe best cookware! Amazing how some buy the expensive equipment cuts there grass, & cars, cook from Tephlon & Auminum, how I feel causes some health diseases with memory. There was a report on Tephlon.
Well, I am not one of them who hadve expensive equipment to cut THEIR grass. No longer drive a car and never had an expensive one. Don't cook in TEFLON, but in/with 18/20 stainless steel, OLD cast iron and also older Calphalon. I am 85 yrs old and even after using some ALUMINUM cookware long ago and Calphalon for 17 years there isn't a dang thing wrong with my brain and/or memory. My grandmothers grew up in the 1800s when most cookware was aluminum, tin and cast iron. They and their siblings all iived into their late 80s and one lived to be 98 and all were sharp as tacks until the day they died.
The rumor that aluminum cookware causes brain damage has not been proven scientifically and not everybody can afford to spend $3000.00 for a set of cookware that is way over priced. It may be good but it is not the only good thing in the world of cooking. Heck, long ago they made good flat bread on a hot rock..........
After all is done and said, this thread is still YEARS OLD and does not tell anyone anything new.
I'm glad your health is good, we enjoy our cooking out of townecraft, was my opinion. I felt so many never question buying another item for sale, but question cooking items, surgical stainless steel what you cook in is I feel the most Important thing, I feel its not over priced for the quality. And is open stock can buy piece by piece, I cook from a few of my favorites.Michele
about to have a cookware party, but we live in Savannah Tennessee, I can put you in-touch w/ my representative
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I don't know if you bought them yet...if not go buy them..you will not be disappointed. I cannot express how happy I have been with mine and bought them in 1992 or so. You can burn them and clean them up in 5 minutes .I use barkeepers friend to clean with them. Don't know if their dinner is the same but it was fun and delicious. I had a party and got the whopper chopper or that is what they called it back in the day. Please let me know if you get them. firstname.lastname@example.org. One of my favortie things is cooking corn on the cob with just a little water and a papwer towel on the bottom..taste so fresh.
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SiemaskoI'm glad your health is good, we enjoy our cooking out of townecraft, was my opinion. I felt so many never question buying another item for sale, but question cooking items, surgical stainless steel what you cook in is I feel the most Important thing, I feel its not over priced for the quality. And is open stock can buy piece by piece, I cook from a few of my favorites.Michele
My 1950 vintage Farberware copper bottom cookware (Reveereware) IS 12/20 surgical stainless steel and so are my Calphalon tquadruple bottom stainless skillets (they better be for the rice I paid for them 20 yrs ago), their bottoms are MUCH heavier than Towncraft pan/skillet bottoms.
If anodized or other aluminum cookware is supposed to be so dangerous why has it not been taken off the market by the government? Or why doesn't the government put warnings on it like they do on packages of cigarettes and OTC drugs? They have warning labels on LADDERS: don't put the ladder on ice or it may slip and you will fall, don't stick your finger into a toaster when it is on and a whole raft of others so why not on this aluminum DANGEROUS cookware that is supposed to turn everybody's brain into mush?
I am the owner of a Complete set I bought in 1980 (32 years ago) and I am very happy with with it. When I bought the set I asked the representative to give me extra handles for the pots and their covers. Is the only thing a have had to replace. I suggest you do the same. Aside from no longer having a mirror finish they are the same as when I bought them.
Good luck with your cookware. This post originated in 2008 and seems to draw new people - and that is about it.
There are many other active areas at the Taste of Home site if you are so inclined you'd be welcome.
You can buy this town craft cookware . People should buy their preferable things. I like rachael ray cookware set . I have bought this rachael ray cookware set with affordable price and it is easy to use. I can cook quickly using this set and it is long lasting product. So people also can buy this things.
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