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Sheet Pans

Crystal Patton

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I have a Host who is ... (I can't think of a nice word right now). She wants to know if the sheet pans are steel on the inside, aluminum on the outside or the other way around. It doesn't say in the catty and I have learned NOT to assume anything with her.

Does anyone know?

Thanks!
 

esavvymom

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I think they are Aluminum on the inside (for heat conduction), and then Steel on the outside. I'll see if I can find the info where I saw that.
 

esavvymom

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Here you go....from the "PIG" on CC.

Features & Benefits:
The Sheet Pans are constructed of 0.8mm aluminized steel and are perfect for baking,
roasting and broiling. Rolled edges are reinforced with a wire rim to add durability and prevent warping even
when used in the broiler. 1"/2.5 cm high sides provide an easy grip and prevent juices and batters from spilling
over. Uncoated aluminized steel provides even heat distribution, so cookies and rolls won't have burnt bottoms.
Easy-release properties provide effortless cleanup in the dishwasher. Pans nest for easy storage.
 

esavvymom

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Just a note about the "warping" or twisting....I've never had my sheet-pans do "the oven-twist", but my new Cookie Sheet did when I first used it. It popped back though and didn't stay that way (like some kinds do).....just twisted a bit in the oven. So be sure if you tell customers that our pans won't warp or twist- you are specifying the SHEET PANS. :)
 

janetupnorth

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Just a note about the "warping" or twisting....I've never had my sheet-pans do "the oven-twist", but my new Cookie Sheet did when I first used it. It popped back though and didn't stay that way (like some kinds do).....just twisted a bit in the oven. So be sure if you tell customers that our pans won't warp or twist- you are specifying the SHEET PANS. :)

I had the same thing happen but didn't post on it. The cookie sheet will twist and pop back. The sheet pans do not. Structurally it makes sense...
 

MLinAZ

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Just a note about the "warping" or twisting....I've never had my sheet-pans do "the oven-twist", but my new Cookie Sheet did when I first used it. It popped back though and didn't stay that way (like some kinds do).....just twisted a bit in the oven. So be sure if you tell customers that our pans won't warp or twist- you are specifying the SHEET PANS. :)

I noticed this the first time with my cookie sheet too and I was very bummed. But i have to say that in subsequent uses I have NOT noticed that happening. So I'm hopeful that it's just a "first time use" phenomenon.
 

esavvymom

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They are noticeably thinner than the sheet pans. I just pointed it out so we didn't mistakenly say that all of the sheet pans/cookie sheet would not twist.

It's good to know they may only do it the first time though. I've only used it once so far myself. I'll watch and see what happens the next time.
 

chefshawna

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I used my cookie sheet to make Spritz Cookies last night and after the 3rd or so batch it made the distictive popping sound and sure enough, it had twisted! This wasn't the first time I had used the sheet either, I was very surprised and a little disappointed as well. I do still love the cookie sheet even though it pops.
 

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