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Couple copper questions; Tin-lined Roaster in a “hot” oven?

cameronreddy | Mar 23, 201807:56 AM     7

So my beautiful Viking range can run quite hot. Last night baking cookies I noted it read close to 500 when set at 375 with the convection running. I had to open the door and turn it down to 300…

Which makes me rethink the wisdom of the Ruffoni Roasting Pan (which I haven’t measured but feels like maybe it’s thicker than 1.5mm) I picked up really cheap $117. With the sale going on and eBay bucks, I can get the Demeyere Industry 5 roaster for $128 plus $24 back in eBay bucks…

God I love that beautiful copper hanging from my rack… but I wonder. I can still get a refund on it… Thoughts?

*** One more question on copper. What do you guys think of the Ruffoni piece pictured for $89. It’s the 30cm model, with a pretty bent up lid. It might be a little thicker than 1.5mm. I’d use it as a rondeau I suspect.

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