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Chicago Metallic Split Decision Nonstick Pie Pan

Chicago Metallic Split Decision Nonstick Pie Pan

Cherry or apple pie? The answer (as it always really has been) is: Yes.

Oh, but what about pumpkin pie? Darn, just when all the world’s problems were solved.

Check it out here: Chicago Metallic Split Decision Nonstick Pie Pan. Note that the center divider is removable, so it can work as a regular pie pan too.

December 1, 2011   No Comments

Simple solution for storing nonstick pots and pans

Pan Protectors

Nonstick cookware goes bad. Not in the sense of that rotten tomato lurking in the back of your fridge, more like the coating just wears off after so many uses. Other than scraping the surface with metallic utensils, there is another common way to hurry your cookware into the pan graveyard: by storing it.

All nonstick pan owners are faced with a dilemma: Just where am I supposed to store this thing? You could put one on top of the other with the nonstick surfaces facing each other, thereby protecting the coating. Or, another popular option is to just keep the nonstick pans on top of all the other cookware. However, at some point it’s time to get real. Other than a wall rack or hanging ceiling mount the best place for pots and pans is stacked right on top of each other. Right on top of each other, that is, with these Pan Protectors sandwiched in between.

July 30, 2009   No Comments

Lift & Serve Pan makes bite-sized baking a breeze

Lift & Serve Single Squares PanAnybody with a penchant for hors d’oeuvres is going to appreciate this nifty pan. From bite-sized quiche to tasty little cakes, creating petite snacks has never been easier.

The Chicago Metallic Lift & Serve Single Squares Pan bakes a dozen appetizing treats at a time. It features twelve individual cups each measuring 1¾-inch square by ¾ of an inch deep. When done, the delicate dishes pop right out of the nonstick pan simply by pushing up from underneath. Unlike other stubborn pans, the removable inserts help to lift the food out, leaving you with easy to handle delicious appetizers that are just a bite away.

March 2, 2009   No Comments