Usa Pans.. Are They Good?

Lounge By warchild Updated 7 Jun 2011 , 5:22pm by warchild

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warchild Posted 25 May 2011 , 8:05pm
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Hi all

USA pans, anyone have this brand? Wondering if they're a good pan to invest in, or not so good to invest in?

Thank you

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warchild Posted 7 Jun 2011 , 5:22pm
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Thought I'd update this post. I did order a few USA pans that I'd seen on sale at 50% off. My order just arrived. The pans are made of aluminized steel with Americoat. Not sure what Americoat is (will check that out) but am assuming it's some type of non stick, but the pans don't really look like the usual non stick pan.. The pans are sturdy, on the heavy side, so hoping that will be an added bonus to baking my goodies/breads up nicely. Fingers crossed of course!

Pans I purchased; with the majority of them for breads. (I have tons of cake pans, so passed them up)

2 - 9x4x4 inch Pullman pans

1 - 13x4x4 inch Pullman pan

1 - 12x 5 1/2x 2 1/4 inch Hearth Bread pan.

1 - 15x6x1.5 inch New England Hot dog pan

2 - 10x14 rimless cookie sheets

Total for all pans & sheets plus $12.62 tax, $117.83 Canadian.

Not bad considering the 13 inch Pullman pan alone, costs over 60 bucks in my local kitchenware shop!

I'll update this post after I see I see how well my new pans perform.

Stay tuned! icon_biggrin.gif

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