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  1. Hi all, I am looking for advice. I want a quality set of non-stick pots and pans that are dishwasher safe, even if they do not recommend using the dishwasher. Our stove is a glass/ceramic top that works well with our current cookware. A little background: When my wife and I combined our households a few years back we had more than enough cookware. I had All-Clad and she had Circulon. Since she hated the all-clad and loved her non-stick cookware, her set became the everyday cookware. I still use my All-Clad but she refuses. Alas my wife's preference for the dishwasher for all clean-up has finally taken a toll on the Circulon. (I hand wash the all-clad and knives) It held up well but the time has come to retire it and replace it. This is where you come in. Does anyone out there have experience, preferences, advice about a non-stick set of cookware that is dishwasher safe? I have already tried to talk the wife into all-clad LTD2 at Williams Sonoma, but I agree we already have a good set all-clad (even if it is not dishwasher safe). I also agree that we would have to take out a mortgage to buy all-clad ltd2. I have looked at several lines; e.g. Anolon Titanium and Circulon Infinite among others. They both advertise dishwasher safe and non-stick, but I have heard that Costco's brand, Kirkland, has a good set that some clean in the dishwasher despite the warning not to do so. Any thoughts on the Anolon Titanium or Circulon Infinite or your favorite dishwasher safe cookware?
  2. longtime lurker, first time poster to DonRockwell.com I joined Don Rockwell a few years back when I traded in my Logan Circle condo for Gaithersburg, MD address. Although I still work in the DC, I don't get to sample the new great restaurants that have sprung up over the past few years. I also didn't have a clue where to start eating when I got the suburbs - and I wanted to avoid the chains. I have found a few good places and turned to DonRockwell to find out where to spend my time in DC and the surrounding area. I have not been sharing my information, but from here forward I hope to share some thoughts on the eateries that populate my neighborhood. And if you are ever at the end of the red line metro to shady grove maybe we will end up at the same restaurant. TJ
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