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OXO Bakeware

mobiledynamics | Aug 29, 201801:31 PM     6

I cannot recall who posted the thread on the Oxo bakeware, but anyhow it caught my eye a couple months back and I bought a boatload to replace the wife's stuff...

She has not used it at all yet, and Sunday, I was playing Mr. Mom with the kids and we decided to make some fudge brownies so I decided to break in the bakeware.

Turned out great but that textured bottom (aka, I did not use parchment as I wanted to see how well it was going to release). Anyhow, it did require a soak before scrubbing as batter b1ts gets caught in that texture bottom.....

I'm going to have to check to see if the sheet pan has this textured bottom.

Anyhow, I like the detail of the sheet pan rolled edges.
Just not a fan of the textured bottom . For this non-baker, I prefer my bottoms smooth please

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