Stainless Steel Cookie Sheets

Discussion in 'Cooking Equipment Reviews' started by becky55, May 11, 2011.

  1. becky55

    becky55

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    I have a set of stainless steel cookie sheets purchased about 25 years ago from a friend's brother.  They are the best!  I've never seen them for sale anywhere and have been searching online to buy some for my daughters.  Norpro has a product that looks just like mine but the price is so cheap ($12) that I'm afraid they can't possibly be as high quality as the ones I have.  If anyone has this cookie sheet I would really appreciate your opinion.[​IMG]
     
  2. chefchezmoi

    chefchezmoi Guest

    Who manufactured the cookie sheets you currently own?
     
  3. becky55

    becky55

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    I don't know.  There is nothing stamped anywhere on the cookie sheets.  Kind of surprising there wouldn't be anything.
     
  4. chefchezmoi

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    Hmm. That is a tough one. I'd be tempted to roll the dice and try one of the $12 Norpro cookie sheets (that's a great price).

    One last suggestion: have you tried looking at the cookware on eBay? A lot of people sell vintage items there, so maybe you'll see a cookie sheet that looks like the one you currently own.
     
  5. becky55

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    thanks, I look on ebay sometimes for vintage cookware and didn't even think to look at their cookie sheets.  They do have some that look very much like mine.  I'll just chance it and hope for the best!  If they are the same then I certainly got overcharged a long time ago.  But they're still been the best!
     
  6. panini

    panini

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    I have a couple of all-clad. I think they are probably called jelly roll pans. The are pricey but like their other stuff it's clad probably triple ply. They will last a life time I have yet to get any hot spots even using it on occassionally in my large commercial deck at work