What do ya'll think of the pans over at WS. Don't shop much there as better deals can be found elsewhere.....but I just happened to stroll into their store and their sheet pans, etc were incredibly thick and heavy.
I need to add a stash of sheet pans, jelly/cookie sheets, mini muffins, etc to my stash.
I use the mini-muffins for meatballs
Just curious what do you guys recommend for bakeware sheets that don't warp...
Maybe I'm just lucky, but I've never had cookie pan (shallow baking pan, sheet pan, whatever) that's warped. They've all been chap, too.
WS + Williams Sonoma?
I use a pair of half sheet pans I bought at a local restaurant supply store and they are pretty bullet proof. If you want a bit of an upgrade get the Lincoln food service half sheet pans that are 13 gauge, they're a bit hard to find and some will still warp at roasting temperatures, but should return to normal after cooling.
They are overpriced. Go to a restaurant supply store for sheet pan type stuff. For loaf pans... of all things, Ecko Baker's Secret that they have at almost every grocery store in the land. It works well, it's dirt cheap, what more could you ask?
For baking cookies and as an all purpose roasting pan the half-sheet aluminum baking pans (call them jelly roll pans if you will) are the greatest. The light color ensures that your cookies don't burn or over-brown on the bottom, things don't much stick, and they clean up beautifully with little effort. They are heavy enough so they never warp. I absolutely love my aluminum pans. Purchased mine at Sam's Club, they were sold in pairs. Now if I could just find quarter-sheet sized pans I'd be delirous!