Monday, 21 December 2015

All I want for Christmas...

...are some copper pans.

Image from Pinterest

But I never actually thought I could afford them. It's always been a bit of a 'collect them all' situation and I'm too impatient to ask for one a year. But last week, I spotted some in Lidl for £24.99 and now it's all I can think about.

Pans £24.99 - £29.99, Lidl
Previously, all my pans have come from TK Maxx, and I have a fab metal one from Le Creuset (via Cheshire Oaks) so it's not like I need any new pans (well, maybe one) but a matching set makes me happy. Plus, as someone in the fashion industry whom has been told on numerous counts that they're very 'hard to buy for', it's good to have a backup plan. I might be venturing back...

Copper base saucepans, from £35, Marks & Spencer

Copper butter saucepan, £15, Marks & Spencer


Copper 5 piece set, £199, West Elm
Copper cookware, from £60, John Lewis

17 comments :

  1. I think Sainsburys also have a range of copper pots and casseroles at the moment for bargain prices. Steph x

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    1. No problem! I saw them in ES magazine at the weekend so I don't know what in store stock levels are like. Happy pan hunting!

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  2. Oh I saw some in Aldi as well. They looked lovely. We do have some of the Mauviel ones and they are certainly an investment. When we had more disposable, we would treat ourselves to a new one each year - only downside is polishing them up which I have to admit is a long overdue job which I've not done for quite some time!

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    1. Upkeep is such a pain - did not even think about the polishing...it's like every single piece of clothing I've bought from Cos that has to be dry cleaned ;(

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  3. Yep Sainsburys normally have them in the sales after Xmas I picked up a few last year- although now they're so pretty I can't bear to use them!

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    1. Good to know! And yes, I agree...but them just sitting there looking pretty is half the reason I want them!

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  4. I'm put off by having to wash them up by hand! Ugh!

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    1. I have some gorgeous LSA tumblers but can't put them in the dishwasher and I must admit, I always think twice before using them!

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  5. yeah, yeah. I just wanna a half of things in your post :X. These make me wanna missing the last Christmas and waiting for the Christmas gift this year

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  6. Thanks for this lovely offer.it is a very special offer.the cookware is really good.the special thing is the brand is Milton. It’s a very popular brand .the material which is used to make this product is aluminum .thats why this is a very expensive but now we can purchase 5 pieces cookware in less money .

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  8. Don't waste your money on these pans. they work for a few weeks, but after that you'll be using more and more oil to keep food from sticking. Eventually even the oil won't help. One of the worst kitchen utensils I ever bought. 

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