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For questions about identifying, choosing, and using kitchen vessels for preparing food such as pots, pans, and dutch ovens and includes containers such as cake/muffin tins and other bakeware. These come in a wide variety of materials including cast iron, stainless and carbon steel, copper, aluminum, ceramic and glass, and stone. This tag should not be used for questions about cooking utensils like whisks or ladles.

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I have a couple of old pots and pans laying around in the house and unfortunately I don't have the original box. Is there an easy way to tell if they are safe to use in the oven? Like for stainless st …
asked Dec 20 '15 by aug
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Hey so I have these rectangular bakers that I use to make lasagna. Unfortunately I don't bake cookies that often so I don't have a standard cookie tray. I decided to bake some cookies though so I opte …
asked Jan 24 '17 by aug
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I figured I'd post an answer anyways in case people were curious. It seems that the bigger factor was the factor that the white porcelain bakers were a lot thicker and didn't really get hot fast enoug …
answered Jan 25 '17 by aug