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Bakeware

Outfit your kitchen right. Get the scoop from Chowhounds on what brands and materials are best for baking, what size dishes you need, and where to shop for the best.

Lodge's New Cast-Iron Bakeware Means Caramelized Crust for Days

American cookware brand Lodge, known for its hardy home-on-the-range-style skillets and grill pans, is officially moving (further) into the bakeware space and bringing its signature cast iron with it...
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Bakeware

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by penrichardson 2 years ago

I am still looking at bakeware, and as when I asked before several suggested Pillivuyt and Apilco. For those who have used both these and the Le Creuset (not the CIE, just the ceramic), can you te...

Hand Mixer recommendations

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by Love to Eat 2 months ago

I have a multi-function hand mixer that is on it's last leg. I am planning to get a hand mixer again. Unclear if I go for one of the $20-30 type or splurge on a $70-100 one. I already have a ...

Protecting metal cake carrier?

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by gawgi 3 months ago

My wife bought me a Westbend aluminum cake carrier from the 50s. It's in great condition. What is the best way to protect the bottom, as we cut cakes? There are cake boards, but I wanted to see...

Thoughts about the silicone Leuke bread baker?

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by AJ019 4 months ago

Happy holidays everyone. I received a silicone Leuke bread baker for Christmas and am curious of others’ experience with/thoughts about it. I use other silicone bakeware ( muffin cups, round c...

Vintage, hard-to-find and cult brand names

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by fairdose 7 years ago

My parents bought Rena cookware back in the early 1970's which we still have and all the pieces are still in near-perfect condition 40+ years later. I'm wondering if there are other vintage, ret...

8" Cake Pans

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by arielleeve 2 years ago

I've been doing a ton of research and can't come to a conclusion about the best metal cake pans. Looking for 8". Cook's Illustrated recommends the Nordic Ware, Serious Eats the Fat Daddio. Some thi...

Upgrading home cookware

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by Eelgem85 1 year ago

Hi Everyone! My husband and I recently closed on our first home. We are looking to invest in some high quality knives, pans & bakeware. Up until now I have either had hand me downs, or less exp...

Temp-taions bakeware

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by dixiegal 8 years ago

Have any of you used the Temp-tations bakeware? QVC sells it and I saw an infomercial this morning about it. It is very pretty but I am particularly interested in the 9x13 dish. It is deep and co...

Ramekins for Souffle and Creme Brulee, et.al.

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by VFish 1 year ago

Hi, I am wanting to try making individual souffles and have chosen some ramekins. I'd also like to try creme brulee at home. I got the taller 8 oz for the souffle thinking that would be a bette...

Any experience with non-stick ceramic bakeware?

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by gooster 1 year ago

I've been looking at some of the Signature Calphalon ceramic nonstick bakeware. Although I have WS Gold, USA Pan silicon-coated, SS, and stoneware baking pans, I am intrigued by a NS, more durabl...

Baking

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by dharmathug 1 year ago

Just saw Chowhound's picks for must have baking items - along with their recommended brands, of course. I made a list of what I have and don't have. Bear in mind I am mostly a bread baker and make ...

HELP!! tin baking pan black after dishwasher cycle

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by cinvowell 9 years ago

I'm sorry if there is a recient thread like this, but I'm new. I'm at my wits end. I have a tin pan that was my mother's when I was growing up. It's been through the dishwasher countless times. ...

Is it totally ridiculous to buy a second stand mixer?

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by dainish 2 years ago

I had a Cuisinart 5.5 qt that I got about 10 years ago when I got married. I disliked it for a number of reasons, so I finally sold it on FB marketplace and purchased a KitchenAid Artisan 5qt. I ...

Consumer Reports Investigates Exploding Pyrex

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by wvgardener 10 years ago

The new January, 2011 issue of Consumer Reports has a five page spread on "Glass bakeware that shatters." While they stopped short of saying not to buy the stuff, it's pretty clear that there are ...

My very costly "leak-proof" springform pan leaks! Can I prevent this?

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by hungryinmanhattan 9 years ago

I know about wrapping the outside of the pan with foil, but that doesn't prevent the leaks. It just catches the batter so it doesn't make a mess. It still leaked into the foil! Any great tips to s...

Baking in unlined copper?

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by runningwithknives 2 years ago

Does copper bakeware need to be lined in tin? I just bought two copper baking pans and want to know if I ought to get them re-tinned / tinned.

OXO Bakeware

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by mobiledynamics 2 years ago

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,...

Microwave-safe bakeware not made in China other than Emile Henry?

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by marlinspike 2 years ago

The subject line tells you everything you need to know - I'm looking for an alternative to Emile Henry that isn't made in China. Nothing wrong with Emile Henry, it has all been great, just wonderin...