fry pan

fry pan

n. Chiefly Eastern, Southern, & Western US
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Minis also provide a cast iron cooking experience that is lighter and more manageable for consumers who are concerned about lifting a very heavy fry pan, say officials for the Boca Raton, Fla.
For example, an 8-inch non-stick Brushed Stainless Steel Professional fry pan retails for $100 on the Williams-Sonoma site, while an 8-inch Copper-Core fry pan is $109.
Visitors can learn the art of tossing a frying pan in the fry pan pitch; there's a wild and wooly prospector's burro race and what are called ``boomtown'' contests typical of Calico's heyday: bean bag toss, pole climb, egg toss, dart shoot and milk can toss, among them.
Made of commercial-quality aluminum, Granita be available in four fry pan sizes and a wide range of colors, ranging in price from $29.
Bialetti will also show its THERMOVisual fry pan collection, which has a band that turns red when the pan is hot enough to cook in; its Green Planet cookware collection, which is made of 30-percent-recycled aluminum and has a bamboo handle; and a panini maker, featuring an ergonomic-designed silicone handle and Duratek non-stick coating.
The new fry pans come gift boxed and have suggested retail prices of $44.
Nonstick coatings on fry pans and microwave-popcorn bags can, when heated, release traces of potentially toxic perfluorinated chemicals into the air and the food being cooked, a new study suggests.
Chemist Kurunthachalam Kannan and his New York State government team, based in Albany, performed the tests on four brands of nonstick fry pans and two brands of microwave popcorn.
These new fry pans bring style and fashion into the kitchen.