After a few google searches, that is indeed the one. Like some of the reviews I read, it wasn't as non-stick as one would be lead to believe at first. It took a few sessions to get "seasoned" properly but it works really well now. At least for all the eggs I make. And I make a lot. I still add some butter or oil to the pan when I cook though, depending on what I'm cooking. Butter just tastes good and lubes the pan up nicely to boot. While any "non stick" will probably work the same, I have no complaints. Worth the 20 bucks? I dunno. A quick search shows other non stick pans that size anywhere from 20 to over 100 dollars. In the end, I didn't pay for it and it works well enough.
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