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Substitute skillet for deep dish baker?

heat123

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I have a brunch next weekend that calls for a deep dish baker. I only have the mini baker so am concerned at the size difference. Can I possibly subsitute using the family skillet instead of the deep baker?

thanks!
 

chef131doreen

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Cookware

YES,YES
You should use they cookware you have. Now so that you can sell the higher priced items and get bookings for FEB ( 60% off remember) This will really help you , I think any stone that you use you can also use the Family size skillet . It will come out of the pan so well that everyone will say WOW I WANT THAT PAN or any of our Prof.Pans
I once made the pull apart bread in the small saute pan at a party and sold 6 in one night



Good Luck Doreen Zaino
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heat123

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great!

That's good news! Awesome idea too! I did think about recipes I can do in the cookware for Jan. shows to promote Feb. but to subsitute stones for it will help out alot! I will use my skillet then!

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Sk8Mom209

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Small Saute Skillet

I always use the saute skillet to make the pull apart bread. It is so much easier to carry to shows than the larger pieces and the pull apart bread is a great 2nd recipe to add to every show.

Also, I love using my cookware in the oven. Especially pineapple upside down cake in the Family Skillet. Yum!
 

heat123

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where can I find the recipe for...

pull apart bread? I may just use the small saute pan as a second recipe! along side of the family skillet recipe!
 

Sk8Mom209

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Here is a file I Found on this site

I usually make the garlic, but the others in this attachment sound good also.
 

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pamperedalf

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I just made the garlic pull apart bread last night and took it to my directors house and she loved it. I add parmasian cheese on top and it was great. I am trying to use a piece of cookware at each party so I can be successful with the pan-o-rama. I am going to try the other ones for my bridal shower this weekend.
amanda :D
 
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