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[Costco] Costco: pizza crisper trays, 2 pack, $6.97

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[Costco] Costco: pizza crisper trays, 2 pack, $6.97

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Saw these pizza crispers from the Costco east thread had dropped further in price. I think the original was $15 or $20, then down to $9.97 and now $6.97. (Didn't remember to take a pic so borrowing pic from last weeks costco east thread.)

Packaging says they are carbon steel with non-stick surface (coating?). Pack includes a 12" and 16" tray.

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Saw these today in Etobicoke as well. $6.97 for the 2 pack
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Both and is definitely better than not using one or cardboard that came with the frozen, end of generic review of these kind of trays.
EYEAM2COOL4U wrote:
Jul 15th, 2017 7:30 pm
Any reviews on actual use? For home made or frozen?
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hdom wrote:
Jul 15th, 2017 7:58 pm
Both and is definitely better than not using one or cardboard that came with the frozen, end of generic review of these kind of trays.
Wait, people put the cardboard in the oven with their frozen pizzas?
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Kontos wrote:
Jul 15th, 2017 10:03 pm
Wait, people put the cardboard in the oven with their frozen pizzas?
Yeah, i once had a roommate who would reheat his leftover pizza from the previous night straight in the box. And years later (or was it earlier?) another roommate who would do the same with any leftovers in a regular corelle dinner plate.

Amazingly neither ever had any problems with these methods
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Quentin5 wrote:
Jul 15th, 2017 10:05 pm
Yeah, i once had a roommate who would reheat his leftover pizza from the previous night straight in the box. And years later (or was it earlier?) another roommate who would do the same with any leftovers in a regular corelle dinner plate.

Amazingly neither ever had any problems with these methods
Wow. How much did you save on taxes by claiming them as dependents?
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Kontos wrote:
Jul 15th, 2017 10:10 pm
Wow. How much did you save on taxes by claiming them as dependents?
I assumed they would be declared incompetent and if i claimed them on a government form i would be held financially responsible for their lifetime padded room care Smiling Face With Open Mouth

I was not the landlord, back in college i rented a room as did they (neither of them met)
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Nonstick coating + high temperature baking? Hope it's not teflon Winking Face
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^[Edit] Found an old press release by the company that makes the Bakers Advantage Line saying that they are coated with Xlyan, which is another PTFE coating like Telfon.

Guess it is likely that there may be a warning to not use these to go above 500F.
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hdom wrote:
Jul 16th, 2017 1:51 am
^[Edit] Found an old press release by the company that makes the Bakers Advantage Line saying that they are coated with Xlyan, which is another PTFE coating like Telfon.

Guess it is likely that there may be a warning to not use these to go above 500F.
Never hurts to second guess, even if Costco has rigorous product standards and Pfaltzgraff is reputable Winking Face
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going to grab one, so i don't have to put pizza in a square trayFace With Stuck-out Tongue And Tightly-closed Eyes
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saw it was on sale for $9,97 last time and didn't buy it
$6.97 would in for 1
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What's the difference between this and a pizza pan, aka a baking sheet but for pizza?

Also for the posters above, you're definitely not supposed to bake those garbage frozen pizza's on the cardboard lmao.

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