Every kitchen needs a decent nonstick skillet, if only for eggs and saving on greasy clean-up. Cook's Illustrated, the magazine that's admirably nerdy in their cookware and recipe testing, has rated and recommended some good options. The winner is a $US40 pan, but they can also recommend a $US20 model that doesn't have the best durability, but might be perfect for first apartments and cheap replacements. [Cook's Illustrated]
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