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CIA Shares Its Secrets

Fine Cooking Issue 89
Photos: Scott Phillips
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Drawing on its 60-year history as a training ground for chefs, the Culinary Institute of America has come out with a line of cookware and bakeware designed by its teaching chefs. We like the nonstick cookie sheet; it’s made of heavy-duty steel and comes in a light platinum color, which helps prevent overbrowning. One side is angled to create a secure handle, while the three flat edges make it easy to slide the cookies off. At 14×17-3/4 inches, it’s slightly larger than other baking sheets. Be sure it’s not too big for your oven; you want to leave 2 inches of room on each side of a cookie sheet so that air can circulate. The sheet is $30 at CIACook.com.


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