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How big is your pan?

Chat about cooking pots, pans, chef's spoons, etc
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How do you measure up?

15cm
1
8%
18cm
0
No votes
22cm
1
8%
26cm
3
25%
28cm
4
33%
> 30cm
3
25%
 
Total votes: 12

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How big is your pan?

Post by Greybeard » Sun Apr 08, 2018 11:54 pm

What diameter is your favourite curry pan? Please feel free to round up. Diameters taken from the SOI website who surprisingly don't seem to have any ...login to view the rest of this post
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