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La Cornue, Cornu Fe 110 cooking

Posted by jamie1234 (My Page) on
Tue, Dec 13, 11 at 17:24

My Cornu Fe stove arrived last week. It is amazing!!!! I christened it with a New York Strip Loin Roast....crispy herb crust, JUICY beyond belief...and cooked soooo fast. Also, baked a cherry pie that was perfect!
Question: I'm trying to research proper sized cookie/baking sheets...anything besides what Williams and Sonoma offers?


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RE: La Cornue, Cornu Fe 110 cooking

Cookie sheets.... the best ones are the cheap heavy aluminum 1/2 sheet-sized jelly roll pans. Should be under $10 each at a restaurant supply store or at Walmart. Nordic and Vollrath are two brands.

There, I just saved you a LOT of money if those other places were where you were shopping. Seriously, the cheap ones are the best. Get 4 or 5 of them.

Here is a link that might be useful: Vollrath pans, you can find them cheaper


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RE: La Cornue, Cornu Fe 110 cooking

Dear Sushipup,
Congratulations!!!! I am So, So Happy For YOU!! What a great way to kick off the New Year!

The La Cornue is a small obsession of mine and I cannot wait to post some day the same great news that I have one!

I apologize I have nothing to provide you regarding your baking sheet question. However since you are now a new proud owner; I must ask for more info on your new baby. What color did you go with? What is your trim?

Got pictures?
What are you going to cook next?

Again, Congratulations I'm really Excited for YOU!

Happy New Year!

Cheers!


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RE: La Cornue, Cornu Fe 110 cooking

Oops, Not sushipup, I meant Congrats to jamie1234, I was looking at the wrong one.


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