There was one hit when I searched for Mauviel on this forum. It needs change.
My family is growing. My wife and I started 12 years ago and now we have 4 kids running around. Kids need food. An increasing amount of food is needed every month since they grow well. The elder 2 kids like cooking, they prepare on at least one day per week the food - mostly soup, but also meatballs, fried potatoes, decently cooked vegetables.
The most of our cooking gear is used for 2 / 3 years and then replaced since it is more or less end of live. One exception; our Le Creuset steelpan - 24 cm. This one holds up nicely and it will outlive me.
Most importantly, we need a decent soup pot (around 10 litres) and a sauteuze either 26 or 28 cm. The latter is the pan we use to prepare pasta sauce, meatballs etc ...
Are there folks around having experience with Mauviel? It looks hideously expensive, but I can imagine that I'm willing to pay for something which is really good. It is in the end why I love / like / admire Naim too.
Any suggestions / alternatives / experiences appreciated!