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American Metalcraft Pans

post #1 of 8
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Hi all! 

I'm looking into replacing all my pans and I ran across these, I know Magic Line is best as per all the forum posts but these are very inexpensive so was wondering if anyone has used them and what they think. The only thread on here is super old and no one really knew about em. 

 

Thanks!

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post #2 of 8
Never heard of 'em...
Magic line isn't that expensive and they're really great pans.
post #3 of 8
Those pans are amazing!!!! I use them all the time!! The square pans are the only pans you will find with sharp square edges. I love my manic line pan!
post #4 of 8
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Lol ok so magic line it is! I've found that if I buy them in sets they're pretty economical
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post #5 of 8
Yes very affordable. Magic line that is... Gotta love when iPad changes text.
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In case you change your mind, I have an american metalcraft pan and it is light years better than my wilton pans.  Everything bakes more evenly and very level.  I'm thinking of buying a few more until I my business profit is large enough to splurge on the william sonoma gold touch pans.

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Originally Posted by FrostedMoon View Post

In case you change your mind, I have an american metalcraft pan and it is light years better than my wilton pans.  Everything bakes more evenly and very level.  I'm thinking of buying a few more until I my business profit is large enough to splurge on the william sonoma gold touch pans.

Thanks!!! I haven't placed the order yet! But I am going to order a few of the American metalcraft to see which I like best. I found them online for about $3 - $8 each and thats what I'll be getting magic line for if I buy them in sets. 

 

http://www.webstaurantstore.com/search/american+metalcraft.html?filter=Depth%3A2%22

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post #8 of 8

Magic line. There are folks who have used those pans for aeons. I'm slowly replacing all my pans with Magic Line. Even the way the cake turns out is superb.

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