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Old 02-23-2019, 05:33 AM   #1
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Wife requested that I pose this question to everyone. What cookware do you use on the stove? On our 2019 30' Classic her pots and pans slide around while she is trying to cook. The surface of the burners on our stove are extremely slick causing what ever she puts on them to move around.
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Wife requested that I pose this question to everyone. What cookware do you use on the stove? On our 2019 30' Classic her pots and pans slide around while she is trying to cook. The surface of the burners on our stove are extremely slick causing what ever she puts on them to move around.


We have a set of camping pans from REI for soups and sauces, a cast iron pan, and one of those super non sticks (Bialetti Titan Nonstick 12" Fry Pan). Love the non stick addition.
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We use Magma non-stick, nesting cookware. The handle is removable for easier storage of the set. They have larger sets and ones designed to also be used on induction cook tops.

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Thanks for the responses. Wife wants to know what makes these options sit more securely on the burners.
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Thanks for the responses. Wife wants to know what makes these options sit more securely on the burners.
I use my 15+ y/o All-Clad cookware that I raided from my S&B kitchen. We travel full-time in our Globetrotter so I use this cookware everyday. I think that the weight of the bottoms helps to create stability as the skillets/pots sit firmly on the wire burners. The long All-Clad handles are not an issue on the cooktop. Even the 12 skillet works great on the large front burner. In my Globetrotter, the cookware stores nicely in the bottom drawer below my galley sink. I love using the range, especially the oven!
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We use a Magma set as well. The base is quite substantial. I think this gives it stability on the cooktop as well as very even heat distribution.
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Thanks for the responses. Wife wants to know what makes these options sit more securely on the burners.


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We have the level trailer, can't guarantee about the steady hands.
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Old 02-23-2019, 12:43 PM   #9
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FYI the Stella's Kitchen forum has many threads on cookware choices:

http://www.airforums.com/forums/f484/

. . . and there are also many previous "cookware sets" posts in a variety of forums:

https://www.google.com/search?q=cook...=airforums.com
"Magma": https://www.google.com/search?q=Magm...=airforums.com

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I have a 7 piece set of Camco stacking ceramic coated cookware. Used heavily and works great on stove and in oven.
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One word of caution the Magma set handles melt. I dont leave them on when cooking. Only when handling the pans.
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We have a set of camping pans from REI for soups and sauces, a cast iron pan, and one of those super non sticks (Bialetti Titan Nonstick 12" Fry Pan). Love the non stick addition.

Be very careful with non-stick cookware.....


https://www.foodmatters.com/article/...-cookware-safe


Do a search for cookware and teflon coated non-stick cookware. Some real eye opening info....apparently teflon is even in things like dental floss.
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The Magma pans are not Teflon. They are a ceramic coating that’s better. Way better.
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