I'm been wondering why one can't buy a baking sheet anymore that is a large and heavy all aluminum sheet with rims. I feel darned lucky to have my three from times past and they are in good condition.
There are many for sale that have a non-stick finish, which I did purchase in the last few years, but I now use them for trays for prepping, storing food on while waiting for other their other uses, etc.
I see also that all-clad makes another sheet with sides to it as what I think of as a normal baking sheet, but it has HANDLES.
This so-called baking sheet referenced above in the link in my mind is a cookie sheet, but I'll use it as a regular baking sheet.
I'm not sure what the higher rim is on theback side - either to keep the cookies from going off and out of the back-side of the oven, or to maneuver them using this rim/high portion higher portion as something to hold onto/a handle.
Any comments appreciated.
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