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Old 12-30-2013, 01:44 PM   #11
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I've now roasted a chicken and a duck with no repeat of the warping. I'm coming to like this pan, so I hope it will continue to behave.
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I've now roasted a chicken and a duck with no repeat of the warping. I'm coming to like this pan, so I hope it will continue to behave.
I have to say that my mom used an old roasting pan with a warped bottom for years and years, even making great gravy with the roast drippings on an electric range (her pork roast and crispy oven roasted potatoes and gravy are one of my fondest memories). We finally had to toss the pan after she passed and none of us really wanted to figure out how she did it.
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I've now roasted a chicken and a duck with no repeat of the warping. I'm coming to like this pan, so I hope it will continue to behave.
That's great Al.
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