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Old 03-02-2008, 12:19 PM   #21
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Linens 'N Things carries both the silicone mitts, as well as silicone potholders. The tags state up to what temp they can withstand - pretty high, as I recall. I may p/u the black silicone potholders next time.
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Old 03-02-2008, 12:32 PM   #22
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Linens 'N Things carries both the silicone mitts, as well as silicone potholders. The tags state up to what temp they can withstand - pretty high, as I recall. I may p/u the black silicone potholders next time.
thanks for the info, amy. will check the local mall .
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Old 03-02-2008, 05:17 PM   #23
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If you go to a restaurant supply, see if they have "Orca" gloves. I've used those at a country club up in MI, but, it was more to grab "perf" pans out of a tilt-skillet full of boiling water (fastest way to cook bulk quantities of shrimp and/or pasta). I never really used them to get hot pans out of the oven. I tend to use tongs for that, but I doubt I could use two pair of tongs to remove my DO, full of food, from the oven.
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If you go to a restaurant supply, see if they have "Orca" gloves. I've used those at a country club up in MI, but, it was more to grab "perf" pans out of a tilt-skillet full of boiling water (fastest way to cook bulk quantities of shrimp and/or pasta). I never really used them to get hot pans out of the oven. I tend to use tongs for that, but I doubt I could use two pair of tongs to remove my DO, full of food, from the oven.
AllenOK , thank you for that info, I will check it out.
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