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Roasting Pans

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Using a Braiser as a Saute Pan and Frying Pan

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by westes 2 months ago

I have a friend who is starting to have a more serious interest in cooking and she wants to upgrade her old pans. Trying to save her some money, I am wondering what are the possible negatives in ...

Do I need an All-Clad 2 Qt. Petite 10" Braiser with a Domed Lid?

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by LilRedHen 2 months ago

We are only two in our old age, so smaller preparations are sometimes necessary. At present I only have a 10" electric skillet with its lid plus 2 larger braisers which are more suitable for large...

Does Anyone Make Domed Covers for Lodge Cast Iron Frying Pans?

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by westes 5 months ago

Lodge has cast iron skillets in 8", 10.25" and 12" diameters. The domes for these are relatively flat, as shown in the photo attached. Does anyone make a domed cover for these skillets that woul...

Roasting pan materials: impact on roasting times?

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by lerosbif 3 months ago

Hi, I'm a new user, but after a fair amount of searching on Chowhound and elsewhere I've still not found a clear answer to understand how much of an impact the material of a roasting pan might h...

3mm, 4mm, 5mm, 6mm, 8mm thick copper griddles! Introducing COOKonCOP by TJFrance!

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by Jirachi 7 months ago

I wanted to share with you all, in the last few weeks, TJFrance revealed an exciting new project, COOKonCOP©– copper planchas in 8 series of thicknesses, from 1mm to *8*mm thick (yes, you read that...

Mauviel M'Cook Roasting pan pitted on first roast

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by Chasingmytail 9 months ago

I paid £200 for this pan it was my yearly gift to myself with a few other items (Staub was another). I Used to pan with usual flavourings incl herbs and salt. Emptied. Put a a touch of water in o...

How to remove a melted plastic grocery bag from a roaster

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by skatersaunt 9 months ago

I read a discussion about this concern several years ago and I'm wondering if anything has changed and if anyone has updated info. My husband and I melted a plastic grocery bag in our roaster. We r...

How to Distinguish Viking 7-Ply and 3-Ply Stainless Roasting Pans?

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by westes 1 year ago

Viking makes a nice 3-ply stainless steel roasting pan, shown in the photo below. Apparently they made a 7-ply version of this product about eight years ago and that was discontinued. How can w...

What's a good pan for roasting veggies or potatoes in the oven?

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by VFish 1 year ago

I have used a jelly roll pan quarter sheet lined with foil and have used a 26 cm saute pan, which may have left some salt marks because I seasoned the vegetables and the pan went in cold. I want s...

Roasting with a DeBuyer Griddle / Plancha?

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by badgerboyng 1 year ago

I recently purchased All About Roasting by Molly Stevens, and I've been seriously enjoying the results of my roasting endeavors. So far, I've been getting away with a $20 rimmed baking sheet from T...

Covering a HOT roasting pan with heavy duty foil...?

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by CindyJ 6 years ago

I've been making brisket for years and before today I never pan seared it before oven braising. I'm not here to debate the merits of doing that; my briskets have always been absolutely delicious a...

Mauviel M’Cook roasting pan at bargain price!

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by CHSeifert 2 years ago

I’m was in the process of getting a roasting pan, one that you can use in the oven and ending up on the stovetop, finishing making the sauce there. For other European Chowhounders I found what ...

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by alexisblair 3 years ago

I think the best cookware is made by All-clad.

Heavy roasting pans

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by JohnLearnsToCook 3 years ago

I'm tired of thin terrible roasting pans, and I'm in the market for a heavy, induction capable roasting pan. Essentially I want something that has good even heat whether in the oven or on an induc...

Roasting Pan Help

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by Curlyjeepgirl 2 years ago

Oh geez.. is it even possible to find a roasting pan not made in china? I realized my 17 year old roaster had seen better days. I ordered a viking roasting pan that I found on Amazon. It though...

Roasted turkey, covered or not?

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by somervilleoldtimer 12 years ago

After my mother made a great, moist, nicely browned turkey in her roaster with the lid on throughout the cooking process, I dragged my speckle-ware lidded roaster out of the basement. Tonight we h...

ISO Good Cheap Roasting Pan

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by zackly 2 years ago

I'm looking for a 17 or 18" roasting pan for turkey and lasagna. I prefer a heavy gauge aluminum pan with a non- stick (Teflon/PTFE) coating. I own several but they're old and scratched up which do...

Antique copper pot help

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by victorianplace 2 years ago

Recently acquired this piece and looking for any info about it. Cast iron handles. It measures 9 3/4" across the lip and 6" deep. Weighs a whopping 11.3 lbs. It's marked made in Germany on th...

How To Prevent Roasted Potatoes From Sticking

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by JENNYBEEAY 4 years ago

My family loves crispy roasted potatoes. I have not figured out how to roast potatoes at a high enough temperature to get them crispy while not losing the crispiness on the pan. I toss the ¾” chunk...

All-Clad Nonstick Roaster

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by JerkPork 2 years ago

What are everyone's thoughts on the All-Clad Hard Anodized Nonstick Roaster? I have had a cheapy non stick roaster from a Williams Sonoma outlet store for about 10 years, it's somewhat scratched u...