Picks and pans from our tests of 10-inch skillets

Picks and pans from our tests of 10-inch skillets

No matter how carefully you treat your nonstick frying pan, the day will come when it loses its slickness and your once beautiful omelets turn into a mess. After the pan becomes scratched and damaged, replacing it is the best option. If you’re doing that every two or three years, you probably don’t want to pay top dollar for a new skillet. In Consumer Reports new tests of 10-inch frying pans we found three nonstick top picks including a … (read more)