Roasting Pans

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Is my roaster big enough for a 10lb rib roast?

by dessay13 1 month ago

Happy Holidays, everyone! Last minute Christmas hosting for a family member who bailed! Ugh! We have a 10 lb rib roast on order for Christmas Day. I just measured my LC roaster, and it's on...

Baking sheet thermal questions

by ar1338 1 month ago

I've been looking to start using aluminum baking sheets more - still have to get some full size pans to see if they'll *just* fit in my oven, otherwise half or 2/3 sheet. One of the things I m...

Is Le Creuset Sauteuse Oven Being Discontinued?

by westes 1 month ago

I noticed that the Le Creuset Sauteuse Oven is being "discounted" online to about half the original price. Is the product being discontinued? Is the $180 price I am seeing for this considered a...

Using a Braiser as a Saute Pan and Frying Pan

by westes 6 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?

by LilRedHen 7 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?

by westes 10 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?

by lerosbif 8 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!

by Jirachi 12 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

by Chasingmytail 1 year 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

by skatersaunt 1 year 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?

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?

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?

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...?

by CindyJ 7 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!

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 ...


by alexisblair 3 years ago

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

Heavy roasting pans

by JohnLearnsToCook 4 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

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?

by somervilleoldtimer 13 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

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...