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GraniteStone Cookware - Buying a Frying Pan

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I watched a commercial on television, but I didn't buy the pan until I went to Dollar General. I wasn't looking for a pan, but a dog ball. Yes. A dog ball. One that has a wobble mode and keeps your dog entertained forever.

But, sigh, alas there was no ball, and now I have this pan.

I took the packaging off the pan and found a registration form. I registered my pan purchase and received a $10 gift.

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There are some rules with this pan. Use oil first time, then you can choose to use oil or not on your second cooking. No cooking sprays!!

Wash with soap and water. Metal utensils, but no sharp pointed objects.

Don't cook and leave your pan alone. If you burn your pan, leave it on the burner, shut off burner and allow pan to cool with burner.


Okay. Now to cook something.

Maybe tomorrow.

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