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Old 04-04-2012, 07:24 PM   #21
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hmm, does anyone make a ci dutch oven with removable legs? i would imagine a very wide screw pitch would be needed, maybe quarter or half turn screws for the legs (a finer screw pitch would get gummed up and stick).
just a thought.

i've been looking for a deep, large, all stainless steel roasting pan with a ss rack. my old hard anodized, non-stick large pan is about done, and the coating on the rack is all chipped.
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Old 04-05-2012, 08:41 AM   #22
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hmm, does anyone make a ci dutch oven with removable legs? i would imagine a very wide screw pitch would be needed, maybe quarter or half turn screws for the legs (a finer screw pitch would get gummed up and stick).
just a thought.

i've been looking for a deep, large, all stainless steel roasting pan with a ss rack. my old hard anodized, non-stick large pan is about done, and the coating on the rack is all chipped.
I purchased from Chef's catalog a very large, 18/10 stainless steel lasagna pan that doubles for me a a large roaster. It is rectangular, and will fit a 24 lb. turkey. I use a v-rack in it to hold the turkey, or whatever meat I may be making. Oh, and it makes one very large pan of lasagna too.

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