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    Melba's Jammin' Guest

    Default Re: Perfect brownie pan

    In article <hnkjfs$cpq$[email protected]>,
    "Brian Christiansen" <[email protected]> wrote:

    > Every time I see this commercial: https://www.perfectbrownie.com/, I have to
    > wonder what they used to cut up the the brownies into the big mess that is
    > shown in the beginning of the commercial. An axe? A chainsaw? Dynomite? I
    > have made a lot of brownies over the years, both from mixes and from
    > "scratch," and haven't made that kind of a mess.
    >
    > Even difficulty getting the first one out can easily be solved by lining
    > the pan with parchament paper, not a difficult operation. The brownies can
    > be taken out of the pan before cutting so that even getting the first one
    > out is no problem. One of those baking pans that are made of silicone might
    > also work, I don't know as I have never used one.
    >
    > Brian Christiansen


    Lining the baking pan with parchment has been part of my brownie recipe
    since I first published it. I use parchment for lots of things,
    including under a meatloaf in its baking pan.


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    Lou Decruss Guest

    Default Re: Perfect brownie pan

    On Mon, 15 Mar 2010 09:21:58 -0500, Melba's Jammin'
    <[email protected]> wrote:

    >In article <hnkjfs$cpq$[email protected]>,
    > "Brian Christiansen" <[email protected]> wrote:
    >
    >> Every time I see this commercial: https://www.perfectbrownie.com/, I have to
    >> wonder what they used to cut up the the brownies into the big mess that is
    >> shown in the beginning of the commercial. An axe? A chainsaw? Dynomite? I
    >> have made a lot of brownies over the years, both from mixes and from
    >> "scratch," and haven't made that kind of a mess.
    >>
    >> Even difficulty getting the first one out can easily be solved by lining
    >> the pan with parchament paper, not a difficult operation. The brownies can
    >> be taken out of the pan before cutting so that even getting the first one
    >> out is no problem. One of those baking pans that are made of silicone might
    >> also work, I don't know as I have never used one.
    >>
    >> Brian Christiansen

    >
    >Lining the baking pan with parchment has been part of my brownie recipe
    >since I first published it. I use parchment for lots of things,
    >including under a meatloaf in its baking pan.


    I'm not much of a baker but parchment sure helps me fake it. I make
    the King Arthur flour onion roll recipe and use parchment and they
    turn out beautiful.

    America's Test Kitchen did an Almost No-Knead bread that was baked in
    a preheated dutch oven. They used parchment as a sling and it looked
    like a pretty slick method.

    Lou

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