Silicone Bakeware

Tried to google this, but no luck. Anyone try this new bakeware? I was
concerned how it browns, and holds up to prolonged use.
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Sheellah
On 13 Jul 2003 04:17:39 GMT
It doesn't - to both counts. It's also very easy to spill the contents on the way to the oven unless you put them on something else.
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Eric Jorgensen
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We saw these at a restaurant supply store. They are far too flexible for my liking, especially since both of us are klutzes. I could see dropping one of those filled with heavy batter or a cooked pie easily.
Cindy
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Cindy Fuller
My SIL in UK uses it for making individual yorkshires and they turned out so great, I went and bought myself a silicone Jumbo Muffin pan from
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