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Old 24-09-2006, 10:13 PM posted to rec.food.baking
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Default The best deal I could find

I was looking for 9" commerical cake pans without the non-stick coating. I
went to restaurant supply places, department stores, kitchen stores and
searched on the internet. Finally I found exactly what I wanted at
potsandpans.com/friends. They carry Anolon commerical, heavy gauge,
aluminzed steel, 9" pans, straight sides, 2" high. When I got them I was
very pleased.

I don' think the prices at P&P.com are all that great but every September
p&p.com gives a 30% discount. With the discount, the pans cost $8.20 each
plus $5.00 shipping. If you live outside of Calif. there is no sales tax. So
for $21.40 I got 2 cake pans that will last for generations. I think that's
a good deal. You can buy the same pans at anolon.com but you don't get the
30% discount. I was told that if you don't put the /friends you don't get
the discount. So if you are looking for new cake pans, I doubt you will ever
to get that kind of quality for that price.



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