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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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Maybe. It is possible to bake on the stovetop, if that's what you're looking for. A cast iron dutch oven, which will take a while to heat up and cool down, will likely be pretty helpful in this kind …
answered Oct 22 '16 by Megha
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They should be fine. It's possible that they'll be a bit gooey, or just a touch underdone. The high sides of the pan may shield the cookies from the heat, just a little bit. The glass pans will abs …
answered Jan 24 '17 by Megha
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I think thermal shock is unlikely to be a problem at the temperatures you're likely to use. I had heard that it is mainly a problem if the pan is very hot (500 degrees or more, although some material …
answered Jul 30 '16 by Megha