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An elegant, medium-sized pizza develops a beautifully browned crust in a French-made pan by de Buyer. I use traditional pain de mie dough for a perfect crust every time. ©M-J de Mesterton 2016
|Posted on June 13, 2012 at 8:40 AM|
I have been using Freshware silicone bakeware to make my Viennoiseries. It allows easy-release of baked items without pre-greasing, and I can even coat my brioche completely with beaten egg and it will brown all around, still coming out clean from the bakeware when done. Click here to see this fabulous silicone pan at M-J's Elegant Cook Shop.
©M-J de Mesterton 2012
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"That's It" on-line company carries the old-fashioned sort of metal ice-tray that easily releases cubes with a lever, and makes ice more quickly than plastic modern ones. A friend and I were reminiscing about these lately, so I decided to search the 'net for something like them. We had copper-coated ones when I was a child.
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The classic metal toaster by Cuisinart comes with two slots or four, and both models are under $100.00. A perfect example of tasteful, old-fashioned beauty combined with a high-tech operating system, the Cuisinart toaster is the best I have ever used.
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