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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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All-Clad Bakeware - Worth Money?

by hobbybaker 11 years ago

Are there anyone who has used the tri-pry SS bakeware of All-Clad? They are very expensive and I know stainless steel is not necessarily a good heat conductor. Considering to buy a 9 x 13 o...

Black cast iron bakeware

by greygarious 12 years ago

On today's black-themed "Martha" show, expert collector Fritz Karsh (sp?) presented a display of collectible cast iron baking pans, most of them the type with multiple single-serving molds. There ...

vintage bakeware question

by ciaolette 12 years ago

I have pieces of vintage bakeware, for instance a springform made by Kaiser, and a pudding steamer marked made in Germany. Some I just display in my kitchen, but a couple I would like to use. They ...

vintage bakeware question

by ciaolette 12 years ago

I have pieces of vintage bakeware, for instance a springform made by Kaiser, and a pudding steamer marked made in Germany. Some I just display in my kitchen, but a couple I would like to use. They ...

Longevity of Emile Henry Bakeware v. Le Creuset Stoneware

by Velda Mae 12 years ago

I've had some Emile Henry baking dishes for more than 12 years and two of them cracked within a few months of one another. According to another post on this board and the sales associate at Sur la...

Nonstick bakeware

by lyntc10 12 years ago

I have a 8 inch square nonstick baking pan that's dark. Whenever I bake a cake or brownies, the edges always turn out burnt. BUT, the pan is great for getting a crisp crust when I make quiche. But...

Which bakeware will suit my needs?

by snax 12 years ago

I am looking at buying some bakeware (I currently have none) and I am a little lost when it comes to my choices. I’m looking at buying cookie sheets, jelly roll pan, muffin and mini muffin pans, l...

Having a yard sale. Can't remember the name of this piece of bakeware. Does anyone know?

by karykat 12 years ago

It's a piece of aluminum bakeware. Kind of like a brioche pan but the edges are sharp not rounded. It looks like a star if you look down on it from above, with the base smaller than the top whi...

Where to buy cookware, bakeware, etc?

by chai 12 years ago

Hi Chows, I would appreciate your recommendations on where to buy cookware, bakeware, cook’s utensils, etc in the GTA? Where can I find great selection, quality and value? I am familiar with Willi...

"Blue Steel" bakeware care

by Riomarguy 14 years ago

I used a french blue steel sheet pan to roast off some chicken for Memorial Day. When I washed the pan the next day, the blue finish came off wherever the chicken had caramelized. Two questions: i...

White with blue trim bakeware

by TatyanaG 13 years ago

I saw this beautiful au gratin dish, white with blue twim around the edge on one of the food blogs. Here it is (scroll down): http://last-bite.blogspot.com/2008/07/got-milk.html Does anyone know...

My favorite cookware/ bakeware

by JoMetros 13 years ago

... is Foldtuk. It's collapsible bakeware that can go from freezer to oven, is dishwasher safe, non-stick, and unbreakable. It really has changed cooking in my house and I had to recommend it as ...

Silicone bakeware ?

by goodeatsinadive 13 years ago

We've been debating whether or not to purchase any of these items. Anyone here have any experience with this bakeware and if so, what do you recommend? All suggestions and criticism will be app...

Silicon bakeware--questions

by Kagey 15 years ago

I love the look of all this new silicone bakeware, and even got myself a bundt cake pan that I could probably fold up and stick in the drawer if I wanted to. But two questions: 1. Do you have t...


by JUDYSBACI 14 years ago

Would anyone know where I could purchase All Clad Bakeware? I live in the USA and I can't find what I'm looking for here. Holiday wishes to all.

Cracked Bakeware - Any ideas?

by bworp 14 years ago

I have a friend who received bakeware as a wedding gift. She uses it regularly and loves it and the way it looks. Recently she put some meat into a cake style pan and into the oven on warm, the c...

Bakeware Advice

by oralfixation 14 years ago

My general approach to bakeware has been to buy the cheap stuff, because I just assume that it has a very limited shelf life. As most of mine is coming up for replacement and my budget is a little ...

Bakeware etc in Downtown?

by morebubbles 14 years ago

Hi everyone. I've been asked to recommend a store in downtown Montreal where bakeware is sold. The person looking for this store is from out of town, so would prefer not to travel outside the dow...

Essential Bakeware

by Amy_C 14 years ago

I love desserts and baking but I'm embarrassed to admit that my bakeware selection is extremely limited. Currently I own a square and loaf pyrex, a muffin tin, and 2 cookie sheets. With Amazon's ...

Vintage bakeware

by mookster 15 years ago

Has anyone had any experience using vintage bakeware? I've recently realized that a bulk of my bakeware is quite old & bought on the fly (right before I needed it, too little time to do any resea...

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