French Cuisine/Skillet

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I loved a skillet I had, until I tossed it because the handle kept coming unscrewed and finally came undone.  I had NO IDEA it would be so hard to replace, and I hope you can give me some search term(s).  It was quite normal in all respects, except the far end of the pan was at least a half inch higher than at the handle.  So, the top was tilted toward me, and I could swish melted butter or any liquid with relative abandon without it going across the room or onto the back splash (the reason we have such things, I suppose).
  I spent 100 minutes with Google and various pan retailers and kitchen supply places, and my fiance is over an hour of searching so far.  Hope you can help !!!

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Do you have a photo of the pan?  You should have gone to a welder and had the handle welded on for about $5 or so, but live and learn!
A chef saute pan might be what you need, I'd suggest this one:
http://www.webstaurantstore.com/vollrath-miramar-display-cookware-49416-8-saute-

Here's a larger one:

http://www.webstaurantstore.com/bon-chef-60308-black-classic-country-french-coll

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I am a former restaurant owner and I studied 2 years at Le Cordon Bleu in Tokyo. I started cooking for my family at age 10, so I have 40 years of experience in the kitchen.

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