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January 04, 2006


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Great tip Andrea! I never would have thought of that one. Thanks for sharing.


Fantastic tips. I will do all of these if I can. I haven't seen the liners in the UK, but will try and find them online. Certainly will save a lot of elbow grease! The terra cotta saucer seems a great idea, I wonder if that is necessary in a gas oven?


Hi Elise and David--thanks for stopping by. Yes, I think the terra cotta plates can be used in a gas oven as well, if it is not too close to the actual flames. I would make sure it has plenty of time to heat up the plate also.

You have just been discovered! By me, I mean. Love your tips! Love your: "Alton Brown (genuflect)." LOL He *is* fantastic, isn't he? I found you thru' Amateur Gourmet (also fantastic).

I will be trying the oven liner trick. Yay! Thank you.

Hey "MySelf", welcome and thanks for the visit! I just enjoyed reading your blog too. Looks like we have a lot in common (mutual admiration of Alton and the Amateur G. is just the beginning!) Pleased to make your acquaintence!

Thanks for dropping by my blog the other day. I really appreciate your very sweet comments on my blog and my quince candy adventures.

This oven post is really quite amazing. My oven seems hotter at the back, and I always have to rotate the pan of whatever I'm baking in order for it to bake evenly ... unless I was too lazy to remove my pizza stone from the lowest rack first! I guess that's my equivalent of your terra cotta plate. So yes, your tip definitely works!

And I'll definitely be lining my liners now!

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