Cooling rack question

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  1. cochef

    cochef Gold Member

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    Can the stackable cooling rack be put in the oven, if the feet are removed?
     
  2. byrd1956

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    Personally I would not do it.
     
  3. AmysYourChef

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    It would melt the coating....
     
  4. Zsu

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    no because the leg joints are made of plastic. I will melt.
     
  5. ChefBeckyD

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    Yes, it will definitely melt, and make a mess in your oven, and stink up your whole kitchen...even after you manage to get the plastic out of your oven, the smell will linger for months every time you turn it on.

    Of course, I'm just assuming that's what would happen...not that I know from experience or anything. :eek::eek::eek:
     
  6. Kathy's_Kitchen

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    LOL, Becky! Did you really put it in the oven? I'm wondering why anyone would want to do that - what did you (or want to) cook on it?
     
  7. cochef

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    I would never put mine in the oven, but I had a customer ask about it. So, I told her I would gets lots of opinions - besides the note in the Use and Care guide that says it's a no no. Sorry, I didn't check that first :rolleyes:
     
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