I would like to start a thread on the "in's and out's" of using a oven for baking.
Most ovens now days are very large.
Three racks that can be places in 4 locations.
Do things cook faster and brown better on the bottom if the rack is in the lower position?
Conversly do things cook faster and brown better on the top id the rack is in the top position?
How do you us more than one rack at a time?
Items on the top rack won't brown on the bottom if there ia a item on the rack below.
The item on the bottom won't brown on the top is there is a item on the rack above it.
Then, to use two pans on a rack, they will have to be small enough to allow heat to circulate. My smallest cookie sheets are "wall to wall" if I put two on one rack. Here, I have tried to put a sheet of cookies on each of two racks and switch half was through baking. Not an easy task and results are not that great either.
Then we have the regular cookie sheet vs the air cushion cookie sheet.
Just to be more confusing we have the Silver, Gray, or Brown in both the regular and the Air Cushion sheet's.
How about the glass vs the metal utinsels. Again, there are clear or brown glass utinsels.
Just a few things I would like to see kicked around.