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When I mess up a roast (I screwed up brisket for years), I would shred it and make some chili with some added ground meat. Slicing super thin and putting it on a sammy with some mayo or horseradish can mask the toughness as well.
Depending on how far overcooked it is, then you might be able to resuscitate it by cutting it into smaller pieces and cooking it low and slow in some liquid. For example, you could use it as the meat in a stew, or slice it thinly and then braise it with some vegetable to make a pot-roast. This also gives you an opportunity to introduce additional flavor, ...
Any chance there's a lot of noise in your kitchen? Maybe urban legend or not but I know every time my mom's made yorkshire pudding we have to be queit otherwise they won't rise properly. I also strongly agree with the gluten differential - gluten brownies compared to gluten free brownies have a completely different texture and 'springiness'
I would check your oven temperature to be sure it's actually right, and also I'm wondering if you're over-proofing your dough, which could possibly result in it deflating when it goes into the oven, or at the very least result in a lackluster rise.
I trust you've already tried leaving a hot, wet (just water) cloth on it for a while, which may work if its sugar, as opposed to grease. As long as your oven manual allows (it typically will, unless its a self-cleaning or continuous-cleaning oven), oven cleaner, which is basically caustics such as lye and solvents. Easy-off is a common brand in the US. ...
In the world of home appliances, a cooktop with an oven in a common cabinet is called a "Range". This is a Kenmore Gas Range model # 911.7359180 Sears model #'s usually don't have - dashes/hyphens in them. There are only 3 or 4 parts that can fail. Basic Gas Oven Troubleshooting: Check the power, needs to be plugged in, standard 110vac outlet. Check ...
Silicone can be made to conduct heat well, but I doubt that's the type on your sheet. A lot of the browning comes from infrared (radiated) heat that the metal sheet is great at emitting. Silicone will likely buffer the radiated heat and not allow the browning effect (Millard's reaction) the same way steel would. My guess is you'll get more browning on ...
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