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Professional Half Sheet Pan with Cross Wire Cooling Rack used by Ina Garten
Half Sheet Pan with Cross Wire Cooling Rack wrapped in a holiday ribbon
Professional Half Sheet Pan with Cross Wire Cooling Rack used by Ina Garten
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Professional Half Sheet Pan and Cross Wire Cooling Rack used by Ina Garten with cookies baking and cooling on top.
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Professional Half Sheet Pan with dessert cooling on top.
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Broccoli roasting in Professional Half Sheet Pan used by Ina Garten
Professional Half Sheet Pan

Professional Half Sheet Pan

$54.00

These Professional Half Sheet Pan With Cross Wire Cooling Racks are one of the most useful items in the kitchen. You'll find yourself using them for everything! 

Alone, the Professional Half & Quarter Sheet Pans are great for baking, roasting, and cooling.

Together, Ina Garten uses the Professional Half Sheet Pan With Cross Wire Cooling Racks for roasting bacon in the oven for her California BLTs, or pouring the lemon syrup over the pound cake in Barefoot Contessa Parties Cookbook


Sheet Pan Features:

  • Impact-resistant 3004 aluminum
  • Tapered design for easy stacking
  • Concave bottoms flatten during heating for even heat distribution
  • Sized to fit standard baker's racks
  • Half Sheet Pan: 17-3/4" x 12-7/8" x 1" deep
  • Quarter Sheet Pan: 9-1/2" x 13" x 1" deep
  • Broiler safe
  • Dishwasher safe but hand wash recommended
  • Made in the USA


Wire Rack Features:

  • Fits perfectly in half Sheet Pan
  • Size: 12" x 16"
  • Heavy-duty 300 series stainless steel wire construction
  • Ample finger room in grate corner for easy removal from pan
  • Broiler safe
  • Dishwasher safe

 

Note: For safety and to prevent warping, allow to cool before cleaning or immersion in water. The sheet pan is dishwasher safe with a mild dishwashing detergent but will last longer and look better if washed by hand with hot soapy water. Strong alkali cleaners such as lye, soda ash, and trisodium phosphate may discolor the pan. SOS pads or 3M type scrub pads may be used to remove food buildup.

The sheet pans do discolor over time. This is normal and does not affect the quality of the product in any way. To remove discoloration, boil a solution of two tablespoons of cream of tartar to each quart of water in the cookware for ten minutes.

 

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