Monday, April 5, 2010

Doughmaker Baking Pans

I have been married 40 years. Ohmygosh, did I just say that? Man, that's a long time! (But it flies by when you're having fun, right?) As I look around my house and see what is left from my wedding gifts. I can count them on one hand finger. It's my Farberware pan set.

The knives, the dishes, the silverware, the sheets and towels, all gone. As are all of the baking pans. When we first were married, I am sure the baking pans were inexpensive aluminum grocery store gizmos that were horrid to clean. Then there was the black teflon era, where every time you baked in them, little flecks of black teflon were in your food (yuck!). I graduated to Wilton, then to Calphalon, all tossed by the wayside for one reason or another. I don't like to scrub the devils and wreck my nails and I don't like angular corners to hide food bits, etc.

Now I've found it! The perfect baking pans are by Doughmaker.They are tough to find in stores, but you can fine them on the internet. I do handwash them to keep them in good shape as they are aluminum and can discolor in the dishwasher. Trust me when I say they are very easy to clean! Give them a try, you won't be disappointed.

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