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5 separate two inch by two inch canvases as magnets. Arrange them how you would like and/or use the set as fridge magnets! Brushed steel background. Black metal frame. Ready to hang horizontally or vertically.
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Pierced Metal Mats Accent These Whimsical Prints. Frames And Fillets Have A Medium Brown Undertone And Distressed White Topcoat With A Heavy Gray Glaze.
Cupcakes Framed Art Set/4
You'll want at least two loaf pans; they can be used for things like pumpkin bread during the holidays. After the holidays are over, pull them out to make meatloaf or fresh loaves of homemade bread.
My fluted tart pans are some of my favorite kitchen possessions. Every time I bake something in a tart pan — tarts, pies, quiches — it feels extra special. Purchasing one with a removable bottom is a must.
This uniquely shaped brownie pan designed by the founders of Baked NYC was made to produce perfectly tender brownies.
I typically veer more towards colorful cookware, but this simple pot is currently calling to me. I love the juxtaposition of sleek white with the natural wood handle, and the included strainer makes preparing any type of pasta a breeze.
I keep thinking that if I baked a pie in this, I would eat the whole thing way too fast just to be able to see the pretty dish again.
These are eye catching in any color. Don't just stop at the pie plate; check out their muffin tins and more!
A good-size All-Clad sauté pan with a lid will serve you well. Brown, sear or deglaze, and then move it from the stovetop to the oven to the table. It'll be a fixture in your kitchen forever.
I love the pretty simplicity of this milk pan designed by Japanese architect Makoto Koizumi. The beautiful natural beech wood handle really sets off the white enamel of the pot.
Kaico Milk Pan
Quiches and tarts and cheesecakes, oh my! Often the only thing standing between you and your cheese-based delicacy is dealing with a pesky springform pan. This no-spring version is not only leak-proof, but also easy to use.
Push Pan, 9-Inch
Mario Batali's enameled cast iron Bistro pan would add a fun pop of red to the stovetop, tabletop or even inside of the refrigerator.
Another great piece by Mauviel, the esteemed French copper cookware company. Paella is a real crowd pleaser and fantastic to serve at parties. What better to serve it in than a copper paella pan? A splurge? Yes...
Being a good hostess is all about being thoughtful. These oven-safe paper loaf pans would be perfect for baking up mini pumpkin loaves as take-home gifts for guests.
Patisserie Loaf Pans
In a beautiful kitchen there are very few things as iconic as a rack of copper pans. Not only beautiful, but renowned for their ability to conduct heat evenly, these pans are a must for every well appointed kitchen. Look great on the table too.
Roasting chestnuts over an open fire seems so romantic — and a dream bedroom must have a fireplace, right?
Chestnut Roasting Pan
Making cheesecake is another dead simple dessert which can be whipped together in no time for the in-laws or to take to a party at the last minute. Having a spring form pan makes you into a cheesecake star in no time, nonstick of course.
Everyone needs a large grill pan to fry things on. This one is thick, big and easy to clean, and you can't beat the price!
FAVORIT Grill Pan
This mini pizza pan will be great for when I need to make a cauliflower crust pizza for myself — no one else in my family will touch the stuff. It's delicious! I promise!
Whether you prefer cookie sheets or jelly roll pans to bake cookies, make sure to use a solid, good-quality tray. You need a good, well-baked canvas for decorating cookies.
Most home cooks swear by the cast iron pan. It's a workhorse that cooks food evenly and transitions from the stove to the oven seamlessly. This fry pan shape is perfect for daily use.
A cast iron pan is an essential for every camping trip and every kitchen. One of these will stay in your family for generations.
Enameled paella pans are great for serving the iconic dish that everyone loves. Your guests will be savoring the succulent saffron-scented rice and seafood in no time.
I love this large, deep saute pan with an integrated splatter screen. It absolutely drives me crazy not having splatter screens which work on my pans, not only for the burns from oil spitting, but for the mess. Very useful size because we are always cooking for a crowd-even if there isn't a crowd,...
I love how graphic and modern the people from Ancient Industries managed to make an item that's typically rustic and functional. The deep plum color is really unique.
Here are some tartlet pans for a special dessert. Ditch the traditional pumpkin pie and make pumpkin tartlets instead!
I have an affinity for cheerful red kitchen tools. This loaf pan bakes perfect loaves every time and any leftover crumbs come right off the sides with a dish brush.
If you have a lot of guests coming, make sure you have a good big pan to boil all those potatoes and make all those side dishes.
Most recipes using a springform pan require a 9-inch diameter, so you typically don't need to buy a whole set (although I did). Do yourself a favor and go nonstick.
What do you get the baker who has all the tools? A 9-inch pie pan with a personalized snap-on lid. How would your dish read?
Why do we need a cake form and a bunt cake form? Why not just have one that can be either? Love this — it's a great space saver.
Another must have from All-Clad. Super size (4 qt.) for simmering sauces or doing large one pot dinners for the family.
I think an aluminum roasting pan, even if you just use it on Thanksgiving, really does help the turkey cook better.
Until I become a pro at frying beautiful eggs, I'll take a nonstick pan, please. I like Calphalon because their products don't feel overly coated and are high quality, so they'd still be good for sautéing or frying other things.
Every kitchen needs a large non-stick skillet, we tend to default to the larger sizes,our smaller pans just take up space. Try a 12". Super All-Clad quality and performance.
I almost always eat eggs for breakfast, but cooking a single egg is just a waste when it comes to the cleanup. With this, I can cook my egg on the small burner and save some room in the sink too.
Feeling generous? If you're going to a fall wedding, this pot gets an "A+" as far as gift giving and functionality are concerned.
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