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All-Clad Bakeware - Gold Standard

Posted by TriciaE (My Page) on
Thu, Nov 3, 05 at 14:34

I purchased 3 pieces of this bakeware 3 years ago (large loaf, large cookie sheet, and 8" square) to replace some of my horrifically ugly, stained, and warped old stuff.

After using it for 3 years, I've decided I like it well enough to invest in two small loaf pans for sandwich bread. I use the larger loaf pan for quick breads since I use old-fashioned recipes that make too much batter for the smaller size pans.

It's ghastly expensive...but, my experience has been that the heat distribution is excellent, the finish looks as good as new, and I can use a knife to cut brownies, etc. w/o hurting the finish. And, it's beautiful to look at.

Does anybody else use this bakeware? It's probably just a ridiculously expensive splurge but I really like it....

Here is a link that might be useful: All-Clad Bakeware - Gold Standard

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RE: All-Clad Bakeware - Gold Standard

Wow! It is beautiful, but REALLY expensive! I'm glad you are able to get some, and I can understand why you would want to add to your collection.

RE: All-Clad Bakeware - Gold Standard

I have one cookie sheet that I paid $25 for at TJ Maxx (clearance). It had a scratch on it. I can't use it until whatever decade we get our new oven put in. It is too big for my current oven.

RE: All-Clad Bakeware - Gold Standard

We have a few of these, also purchased at deep discounts and TJMaXX and would LOVE to know where to find more. They clean up like NO OTHER pan I've had, and are as immaculate as the day we got them. Let me know if you have any ideas!

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