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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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OXO Bakeware

by mobiledynamics 3 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?

by marlinspike 3 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...

Choosing a tart pan

by thequietlibrarian 3 years ago

I am just delving into the world of baking pies and tarts at home, and I am looking for tart pan recommendations. Sur La Table carries Gobel tinned pans that have gotten good reviews online, but wh...

Oxo Pro VS. WilIams Sonoma Gold Touch

by susanrdrgz 3 years ago

I am the world's worst for making decisions. I have been looking at the WS Goldtouch bakeware, but never really liked how it looked that much. I know it's made for them by a really good company. I ...

Looking for new vintage-style baking pans

by asmallpotato 4 years ago

Does anyone know if there are any places I can purchase a vintage-style baking pan? I really like the Ovenex starburst pattern, but they are somewhat pricey and hard to find. Are there any current ...

Donut Pan Opinions

by Eelgem85 4 years ago

Hello my fellow hounds. With cooler weather, comes baking in my house. I want to explore the realm of donuts. I am looking online at different donut pans. I see non stick, and silicone. Which is be...

angel food cake -- bundt pan okay?

by mscassetta 12 years ago

I'm making my mother an angel food cake for her birthday, and all the recipes I come across call for inverting the cake after it's done baking. I know that an angel food pan has a bottom, but I ...

WS's Gold Touch Bake pans vs. SLT's Platinum Professional Bakeware

by Beignets 9 years ago

Hello... Anyone own or have experienced both of these bakewares? or done research to compare them? Which is better? Thoughts? I've been looking at both and can't make up my mind. Why not jus...

E. Dehillerin---what to buy?

by Pirendeus 4 years ago

I'm taking a trip to Paris (possibly once in a life time) and plan to visit E. Dehillerin. Any suggestions on something useful and memorable to buy that's not common in the u.s.? I think my kitchen...

new bakeware ... not non-stick?

by lilaki 11 years ago

hi hounds, over the past few years, with all the talk about the possible effects of teflon etc., i moved to stainless steel and cast iron for my cookware. however, i have a TON of bakeware tha...

Doughmakers Muffin Tin

by Libranflight 4 years ago

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. ...

Will it break? What's safe to put in a toaster oven?

by redbeanbun 10 years ago

Greetings Hounders. We recently replaced our toaster oven with one of those fancy Breville compact smart ovens. Then I read on the internet that putting oven safe glassware like pyrex or anchor h...

Durable bakeware

by zackly 8 years ago

I’m looking for economically priced bakeware that doesn't chip and/or rust. I buy these gray colored non-stick pans (Norpro?)that initially work great but quickly degrade. The coating chips off t...

Help! Need a sub for pie weights that isn't dried beans

by momnivore 10 years ago

I'm making a crust for a blood orange tart and forgot that it needs pie weights. I know you can substitute dried beans but what if you don't have any? Can I try a smaller pie dish on top? Thanks!

Help with bakeware!!!

by UnderPressure 5 years ago

I found this great recipe for french baguettes on Food Wishes and the bread comes out amazing- my issue is, the bread sticks to the bottom of the cookie sheet. In the video he uses a silicon mat,...

Lasagna in a metal pan

by cblackwell44 12 years ago

Will my lasagna turn out okay if it cooks in a metal baking dish? I understand that there are far better alternative, but it's either an undersized glass pan or a properly sized metal pan. Thanks!

Nonstick OXO Pro vs. USA Pan

by DLovsky 6 years ago

Maybe I'm late, but I recently (2 months ago) found this OXO Good Grips® Pro Nonstick line at the local BB&B with a somewhat higher price tag (of course, it's OXO). http://www.bedbathandbeyond.com...

Silicon: Is it the non-stick component of parchment paper and is it safe?

by gfr1111 6 years ago

Reynolds won't tell you on its website if silicon is the "natural non-stick" component of parchment paper that makes it non-stick. Is it? Is it safe to use? Apparently, it was not for breast impl...

Natural vs. Anodized Aluminum Bakeware

by JayCook 6 years ago

What is the difference in practical use? Which is preferred? I bought Nordic Ware Natural Aluminum Bakeware because of some great reviews. It did bake brownies and cookies very well. However, fi...

Mauviel 1830 bakeware

by itryalot 6 years ago

I bought these on impulse- one tart/muffin pan, one pie pan and a pizza pan with holes. They were $3 ea, all originally priced at more than $25. They are black steel with a fine non stick coating....