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The uncoated 16x14-in. Cookie Sheet from Chicago Metallic's Commercial line upholds a baking tradition, and adds the modern benefit of being dishwasher- safe. Durable aluminized steel is crafted to experts' standards for long- lasting performance. See complete description »
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The uncoated 16x14-in. Cookie Sheet from Chicago Metallic's Commercial line upholds a baking tradition, and adds the modern benefit of being dishwasher- safe. Durable aluminized steel is crafted to experts' standards for long- lasting performance.
Disappointed with the way it bent in the oven even at only 350F. Same as the ones I bought for ½ the price.
I had great difficulty removing the glue leftover from the labels and am still considering returning the pans. My friend who is a nurse came over with some special solution to attempt to remove the glue as well. After scrubbing for 20 minutes, there was still some residue. The pans popped out of kilter the first time I used them but did go back into shape.
One sheet warped in the oven. One sheet did not. The non-stick coating works fine.
The sheets are not as thick as I expected. I like my old cheap Kaiser sheets better, except that there is only a handle on one side.
I was very disappointed when I received this product. While it meets the quality standards I expect from Chicago Metallic, they have begun stamping the company name in the middle of their professional, non coated bakeware. Cookies placed on the logo stamp stick unless one uses parchment.
I am extremely frustrated that I have to go to Williams Sonoma and pay more for the same pan made by Chicago Metallic for Williams Sonoma to get it without this logo. I prefer baking without parchment and find it very annoying to work around the logo on the cookie sheet.
It is also bothersome that this is not visible in the illustrations of the cookie sheet in the online catalog, and even more so that the logo was not stamped in the
Nice wide surface
When freezing summer berries, spread them out in a single layer on baking sheets and freeze overnight. Then, transfer to freezer bags for storage. Freezing them individually before bagging them prevents the berries from freezing together, which means they'll be recipe-ready whenever you are.