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    blake murphy Guest

    Default Re: Perfect brownie pan

    On Sun, 14 Mar 2010 23:18:34 -0700, Brian Christiansen 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


    all those kitchen doodad ads feature people that look like they've never
    tried the task at hand, or even heard about it being properly done
    somewhere. they then sport looks of such abject despair that i'd be afraid
    of them slitting their wrists if i didn't know they'd botch that, too.

    your pal,
    blake

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    Brian Christiansen Guest

    Default Re: Perfect brownie pan


    "blake murphy" <[email protected]> wrote in message
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    >
    > all those kitchen doodad ads feature people that look like they've never
    > tried the task at hand, or even heard about it being properly done
    > somewhere. they then sport looks of such abject despair that i'd be
    > afraid
    > of them slitting their wrists if i didn't know they'd botch that, too.
    >

    I have no objection to kitchen doodads if they actually make the task at
    hand easier, but this just looks like more stuff to lose without offering
    any real advantage. In fact, it looking up the commercial on-line, I ran
    across some reviews of the pan and it said that the pan had to be lined with
    foil or parchement paper anyway to prevent leakage anyway. Another said if
    you are determined to try one, to buy it at the "as seen on TV" aisle at
    Target or that evil place whose name begins with W to save the shipping
    charges.

    Brian Christiansen



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