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Generally when cleaning pieces of kitchenware I like to provide extra care for (such as non-stick pans), and when cleaning those horrible stains that tend to get on baking pans of glass and ceramic, I have good experience with leaving it in hot water for a couple of minutes and using the soft part of a sponge. If the stain proves particularly resistant and I ...


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The most likely explanation is that your pan starts failing. When ceramic pans fail, they do so by getting gummed up with food buildup. I am a bit surprised to see it first occur with cheese, but maybe you dipped it in batter before frying? Also, the herbs on it could have been mixed with starch before being applied to the cheese, this is done to prevent ...


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This is completely normal. The pan stands between the heat source and the cake. It lets through radiation and also conducts heat at different speeds. Also the convection patterns in the oven are changed by the shape of the pan. You cannot predict which pan will speed up or slow down the baking by comparing it to another pan, because the relationships are ...



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