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Doughmakers Muffin Tin

Libranflight | Feb 28, 201712:26 PM     2

http://www.ebay.com/itm/142173386100

Just sharing some info I found, for fans of Doughmakers bakeware. They used to be made in the USA but quite a while ago, manufacturing was moved to China. Some people said that the quality suffered and that the Doughmakers bakeware was now thinner gauge and not as nice.

I have no idea if that is true or not as I have no way to compare, but I do know that when I asked the seller of the muffin tin in the above link where the muffin tins were made, I got an answer that they were made in the USA. I ordered two as I am trying to get away from nonstick coatings any opportunity I get. This muffin tin is the only Doughmakers product that seller has, so these pans just might be a cache of old stock they found somewhere.

I just wanted to share, in case anyone else was looking for pre-china Doughmakers bakeware.

I will update on usage and what I think of them and verify where it says they were made when I receive them.

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