Does someone know where to find well made (non-warping) non stick full sheet pans?
Chris in Bountiful, UT
At least not a price that wasn't nuts
How about just slapping a Silpat on a regular one?
I have tried some non-stick stuff in cut-to-purpose sheets, but they are kind of a hassle to clean. I might have to try the silpats. Thanks for the info!
I'm a credit manager for a foodservice equipment manufacturing co. and know a great many other credit managers in the same biz as we all attend industry wide credit meetings together--and we also get to buy commercial grade equipment at cost from each other! Try this co. for what you are looking for:
The Vollrath Co., L.L.C.
1236 N. 18th Street
Sheboygan, WI 53081-3201
Tel: 800-624-2051--and if this doesn't work try the non-stick parchment paper, it's wonderful and you hardly ever even have to wash your cookie sheets--as long as you don't place something close to the edge, that is. Joey the Doeyo
Me again, sorry. Also forgot to mention Lincoln Foodservice Co. at:
1111 North Hadley Road Fort Wayne, IN 46804 United States--they make restaurant quality products that last a life time, may be a little costly but well worth it. Joey the Doeyo
Hi Joey, Thanks for the info! I currently have a dozen or so used (some Lincoln) non-stick full sheet pans that I picked up locally for $6/piece. Great to be able to see what they are new. I have been using them for a couple of years and really like them: they are reliably durable and easy to clean. Best regards, Chris
I would suggest a silpat as well. They're remarkable and never fail...even better than a non-stick surface. It's certainly worth investing in several of them. Have a great baking day!