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Large Bar Pan help!

Cape_PC

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Oct 1, 2008
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OK, so my husband decided to cook dinner since I had to work late. He ended up placing the spaghetti squash on my large bar and cooking it for an hour and a half. Now, since nothing was actually cooking on the pan, its BLACK! Not the nice stone color it should be but BLACK! Can someone tell me if this is ruined? I have had that pan for almost 10 years and it was PERFECTLY SEASONED! Ugh!
 

SpiritdancerIA

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Jul 21, 2008
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OK, so my husband decided to cook dinner since I had to work late. He ended up placing the spaghetti squash on my large bar and cooking it for an hour and a half. Now, since nothing was actually cooking on the pan, its BLACK! Not the nice stone color it should be but BLACK! Can someone tell me if this is ruined? I have had that pan for almost 10 years and it was PERFECTLY SEASONED! Ugh!

I've actually seen several that are black, and perfectly fine (including Doris' original stone, on display at HO) :)
 
Aug 12, 2008
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I have used my stone for years now, and because of that it is black. I actually leave mine in the oven when I preheat it, so I think it's perfectly fine.
 

jayswife07

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Apr 14, 2009
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Mine is black too, and it works beautifully. No worries :)
 

pampered.chris

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I have a black one too and it works GREAT!!!
 

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