Thursday, November 13, 2014

Best Muffin Pan: The all natural handmade muffin pan with a lifetime guarantee from Jacob Bromwell

A Pan of Facts About Your All-Natural Muffin Pan:

  • It's only made by Jacob Bromwell®. Only Bromwell manufactures these quality muffin pans!
  • Aluminum bakes best. Aluminum is 100% food safe and FDA approved, and experienced bakers agree that aluminum bakes best!
  • It's strong and durable. Features a galvanized steel reinforcement around the rim for added strength.
  • Dimensions: 13 x 10 x 1 (in inches).
  • Minor cosmetic imperfections may occur. Small imperfections are a natural part of the handmade process and lend charm, depth, and individuality to each piece.
  • This product is guaranteed for life. Your purchase is backed by a 100% Lifetime Guarantee, so you can buy with confidence.
  • It's proudly made in America. Still Made in the USA, even after all these years. Buy American and save jobs.
 

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This muffin pan is made for use as both keeping cooked food off the table while cooling and for roasting where you can place them inside a roaster or casserole to keep your food cooked above the liquids, or off the surface of the pan.

This muffin pan can also be used as a toast pan for holding slices of toast which can be passed around the kitchen table or your favorite campfire. What you may find interesting is the term, ‘muffin pan’, is also used in other ways, mainly in talking about railways and architectural design which have a physical similarity to that of a muffin pan.
 
The earliest known examples of these muffin pans date back to the 1770s. Jacob Bromwell improved their strength, usefulness, and cleanliness. He knew that by having adequate air gaps between the slices of toast, for example, the muffin pan allow steam to escape from hot toast instead of affecting other slices making them soggy. However, this increased air flow that Bromwell, the mastermind himself, knew is this increased air flow can also mean the toast becomes cold more quickly thereby letting it be known. As a chef he suggests you allow whatever you’re cooking to cool just enough to safely serve.

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