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Old 04-24-2014, 07:08 AM   #4
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Re: Cookie sheets

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Originally Posted by jbug_4 View Post
After watching a Alton Brown episode I replaced mine with restaurant style aluminium cookie sheets. Like these http://www.fitsmybudget.com/Chef-s-S...-KTALTR18.html cost me $5 a piece at Sams. I will never use anything else again. They are sturdy, really easy to clean and cook evenly. I was replacing my non-stick ones really often because of residue and wear. I do have the heavier ones. I don't know if you can keep them shiny because I don't really care but you can scrub them without worrying about scratching and you can do this http://lifehacker.com/baking-soda-an...ware-514065732 . Mine look this but I don't really care. I have never used a cooking sheet that bakes so evenly.
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That's what I use, too. I think my Sams has them for $11 for a 2-pk. I own 4. They cook evenly and are easy to clean. I work them hard, so mine are discolored from use, but still work perfectly.

I also love that since they're intended for restaurants and are a "standard" size, parchment paper, silicone mats and Reynolds wrap fit on them perfectly without having to do any creative folding. It's the little things, you know?
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