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Old 05-19-2011, 05:01 PM   #11
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My DH bought some "Baker's Secret" bake ware back in the early '90s. It's horrible. It's supposed to be non-stick, but stuff sticks to it worse than the bake ware that isn't non-stick.

Bakechef made an excellent suggestion about the restaurant supply store. That's where I'm going the next time I want to buy bake ware (and maybe some other stuff).

Question: I thought you were supposed to bake cookies on a cookie sheet that has no sides on the ends. Doesn't it matter?

In my experience the pan with a lip is much more useful. The few times I have needed a pan with no lip I just flip them over and bake on the bottom
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Old 05-19-2011, 05:30 PM   #12
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In my experience the pan with a lip is much more useful. The few times I have needed a pan with no lip I just flip them over and bake on the bottom
I have one of each. When I bake more cookies than will fit on one, I do that to - flip over the other one. But, sometimes stuff slides off.
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