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Posted: 10/29/2006 7:41:35 PM EST
I need to find a birthday present for my wife, a roasting pan. Don't laugh it's what she wants. Need it before the 6th of November.

Link Posted: 10/29/2006 7:42:44 PM EST
ebay it
Link Posted: 10/29/2006 7:43:48 PM EST

Click on Shop Online. Should provide a link to a nearby dealer.

Took all of 30 seconds on google.
Link Posted: 10/30/2006 3:54:59 AM EST
Yep I did that also, was hoping to find one at less than retail. You know the deal cheap, cheap.
Link Posted: 10/30/2006 4:19:07 AM EST

Originally Posted By Combatvet:
Yep I did that also, was hoping to find one at less than retail. You know the deal cheap, cheap.

Pampered Chef... cheap... oxymoron.

Link Posted: 10/30/2006 4:26:16 AM EST
Their garlic press is the nuts.
Link Posted: 10/30/2006 4:27:51 AM EST
My wife just did a party but it's closed out now. I doubt you would have it that quick though.
Link Posted: 10/30/2006 5:03:04 AM EST
[Last Edit: 10/30/2006 5:20:28 AM EST by Admiral_Crunch]
I wouldn't buy from Pampered Chef. Almost all of their stuff is overpriced. Start with Amazon.com and Cooking.com. They have a huge kitchenware selection.

A few tips:

--Don't buy one with any kind of non-stick surface. Buy one made of 18/10 or 18/8 stainless steel.
--Buy one with sturdy fixed handles that stick up (not out) from the sides.
--Buy a deep one. 3 inches at a minimum. 3 1/2 would be better. That way, you can also use it for things like lasagna.
--Rectangular with rounded corners is best.
--Given the choice, I'd buy one with a flat rack over one with a v-rack, but that's just personal preference and not as important as the above stuff. If it doesn't come with a rack at all but is otherwise great, go for it. You can always find a rack separately.
Link Posted: 10/30/2006 5:05:28 AM EST
[Last Edit: 10/30/2006 5:06:23 AM EST by Admiral_Crunch]

Originally Posted By eswanson:
Their garlic press is the nuts.

I may be weird, but I never use garlic presses. I can pop a clove with the flat of my knife, peel it, and mince it faster than I could use and wash the garlic press. Plus, it's one more thing to have in a drawer somewhere, and if I'm chopping it myself, I can control how course or fine I want the chop. I guess if I needed a LOT of garlic for a dish and the consistency you get from the press is acceptable for it, it would be a timesaver.
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