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Awesome Au Gratin Potatoes


A. COVERED ROASTER Roast a turkey breast, chicken, 4-lb. pork roast or 8-lb. ham. Glass lid can be used as a separate pan, and nests in roaster for storage. Nonstick, cast aluminum pan is heat-safe to 450°F; 4¼ qts., 12¾" x 8¾" x 3¼". Lid is microwave-,


refrigerator- and freezer-safe, and oven-safe to 400°F; 3½ qts., 12¼" x 7¾" x 2¾".


#2401 $99.50 l Lid


D. BASTER & CLEANING BRUSH


#1665 $13.50 l


E. KITCHEN FORK Lift meats from pan to platter, and hold them steady for carving. Stainless steel tines. 11½".


#1633 $11.00 l


B. ROASTING PAN WITH RACK


Nonstick pan is roomy enough for a 20-lb. turkey or large ham. Rack elevates meat for even cooking. Two spouts for left- and right-handed pouring. 16" x 12" x 3¾".


#2872 $125.00 Pan , Rack j C. MEAT LIFTERS


Easily lift roasts and turkeys up to 30 lbs. Stainless steel tines. Includes covers.


#2715 $29.50 n 26


F. POCKET THERMOMETER Stainless probe provides accurate readings from 0°F – 220°F. Includes sleeve with temperature guide. Not for use in oven during roasting.


#2248 $13.00 j Thermometer


G. GRAVY SEPARATOR


Separate juices and fats quickly to make smooth gravy. Two pour spouts for right- or left-handed users. 4 cups.


#1188 $27.50 l


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