You will need:
Pie pan I like: Emile Henry is known for their great pans, and you are better off getting a great pan on sale, than a cheap one (I did that and it cracked eventually). I use also as a quiche pan.
One place to buy: www.crateandbarrel.com/emile-henry-modern-classic-sugar-white-pie-dish/s167752?&a=0&source=igodigital&_=1474820338291
Sheet pan with cooling tray: Made in the USA, this half baking sheet is constructed of heavy-gauge steel for even heat distribution and extreme durability. The pan's fluted surface design maximizes pan strength and facilitates air circulation for an evenly baked product that releases easily. Both baking sheet and cooling rack have a nonstick coating that is specially formulated for easy release and clean up.
One place to buy: www.crateandbarrel.com/usa-pan-half-baking-sheet-with-cooling-rack/s247968
General baking dish: Something like this is great or go for the stainless steel. The only thing I don't like about this....its only good up to 350 degrees! Make sure to watch that! But also look for Dishwasher-, microwave- and oven-safe. That way you'll need less pans for more duties. One place to buy:
Great omelet pan: Keeping in mind value, this is $20 at Target and works. Details as given:
Prepare delicious dishes with the As seen on TV Orgreenic 10" nonstick fry pan. Its natural ceramic interior cooks your favorite recipes without releasing any toxic gases or chemicals. This cooking pan has a nonstick coating to prevent food ingredients from sticking to its surface. It also lets you cook without using any oil, butter or grease. Handwash and wipe clean.