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All-Clad Cookware - Bonded Cookware Using American Metals Produced by All-Clad Metalcrafters (1971) in Canonsburg, PA

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On 1/5/2019 at 12:40 PM, Al Dente said:

I lost custody of my All Clad pots and pans in the divorce.   :(   They were wedding gifts.

And after my divorce, I was given all of the Calphalon we had collected, since the ex's new house had an induction cooktop.

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There is an independently-owned kitchenware store near where I live.  I was recently there and the salesperson and I got into a discussion about All-Clad cookware. (My kitchen has housed a large contingent of All-Clad for at least 20 years, if not more.)  She claimed that the quality of All-Clad has seriously declined and they are now selling a brand called American Clad, which she claimed was vastly superior to the current iteration of All-Clad.  I'd be interested in any thoughts you all have about this.  

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