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Donna
 
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Default What is your opinion of silicone baking pans?

I would appreciate your opinions on the silicone baking pans being
advertised.

Thanks------------ Donna


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Ross Reid
 
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"Donna" > wrote:

>I would appreciate your opinions on the silicone baking pans being
>advertised.
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>Thanks------------ Donna
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Work well.
Cost plenty.

Ross.
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"Donna" > wrote:

>I would appreciate your opinions on the silicone baking pans being
>advertised.
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>Thanks------------ Donna
>


Work well.
Cost plenty.

Ross.
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Katra
 
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In article >,
"Donna" > wrote:

> I would appreciate your opinions on the silicone baking pans being
> advertised.
>
> Thanks------------ Donna
>
>


I liked them...

For as long as they lasted anyway! :-)
Protecting them with paper cups will make them "live" a bit longer.
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K.
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Susan Edkins
 
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"Donna" > wrote in message
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>I would appreciate your opinions on the silicone baking pans being
>advertised.
>
> Thanks------------ Donna


I really like them---especially the layer cake pans. REALLY non-stick. Use a
baking/cookie sheet underneath for stability. Look for them at big-discount
stores; I paid $5.00 each at Tuesday Morning, $10 for a Bundt pan at
T.J.MAXX.

Regards,

Susan




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"Donna" > wrote in message
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>I would appreciate your opinions on the silicone baking pans being
>advertised.
>
> Thanks------------ Donna


I really like them---especially the layer cake pans. REALLY non-stick. Use a
baking/cookie sheet underneath for stability. Look for them at big-discount
stores; I paid $5.00 each at Tuesday Morning, $10 for a Bundt pan at
T.J.MAXX.

Regards,

Susan


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