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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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silicone vs normal bakeware - moved from non-food board

by kate 16 years ago

Silicone bakeware abounds... and it's so pretty and easy to clean!!! However, my mum says that it doesn't really crisp anything (eg. give a loaf of bread a crust) or even brown things enough (chest...

bakeware recommendations

by sheiladeedee 15 years ago

I need to get a couple of jelly roll pans and am wondering if the All-Clad bakeware is worth the price. I do a lot of baking around the holidays and my old aluminum pans are getting kind of grotty...

Small Glass Covered Cook/Bakeware

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by MplsM ary 15 years ago

I lost the cover to one of my small Pyrex pieces. I was looking to replace the entire piece but there seems to be nothing comperable out there - especially with Pyrex who now thoughtfully includes...

Building a Stable of Bakeware

by murray6789 15 years ago

So I'm three days into a two-year gig in Haiti, and I've quickly realized that making baked goods will not only entertain me but it will also build much-needed friendships. The problem is that whi...

cookie sheets and bakeware

by cherrytreegirl 16 years ago

What should i look for in buying a high-quality cookie sheet? Can anyone recommend a specifc brand? Does it even matter to pay for an expensive cookie sheet or other bakeware?

Silicone bakeware

by LoN 16 years ago

I purchased 2 six cup "brioche" pans in silicone. Can these be used for yorkshire puddings with success?? They are the first silicone bakeware dishes I've owned. Thanks....

Cake and Muffin bakeware...

by ACM 16 years ago

I don't like buying a piece of kitchen equipment only to find that, for some odd reason, it fails to make the cut. I typically pour over the internet and published reviews and recs from the likes o...

Name this antique bakeware

by danna 16 years ago

My friend is cleaning out the 200 year old family home of her recently deceased grandparents. I'm a lucky girl, 'cause I keep getting cool antiques. Yesterday she gave me what appears to be a pie...

French pastry bakeware question

by Tater 20 years ago

My wife is looking for bakeware to make cannelles (or canelles). I have searched high and low via google and the only thing I can come up with is cannelle is french for cinnamon. Any ideas? Also,...

ceramic bakeware--cracking!

by budino 19 years ago

This is the second time this has happened: I was roasting a chicken on a rack in a ceramic baking dish, and at cleaning time I discovered it had cracked! The last time it happened I had been roasti...

Re: Kitchen stores/bakeware

by Mindy 19 years ago

Could you share the info. on the ceramic wholesaler? I'm fond of Herend, Lladro and other ceramic stuffs. Thanks.

Kitchen stores/bakeware

by Xochitl10 19 years ago

Where in the DC metro area can I find a kitchen store that stocks good quality, reliable baking supplies? I just graduated from law school, and am excited to have newfound time in which to be crea...

Doughmakers Bakeware

by Jessie 19 years ago

Has anyone tried Doughmakers bakeware? It's different from other pans in that it has a shiny textured surface. I've included a link to the official website for a better description. I'm conside...

Looking for Flexible Bakeware

by Terence Nelan 20 years ago

Hello Hounds, Quick question: Where in the Chicago area might I lay my mitts on some of this new flexible bakeware I hear so much about? Im talking about the stuff made by de Buyer, and maybe oth...

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