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Please give measurements on outsize pans

I impulsively ordered a Cooks Essentials roaster the other day.  And wouldn't you know it shipped within a day.  I guess this thing really bombed. The more I look at it the more I think it will not fit my oven.  I also was interested in a CE 2 handled pan for stovetop, but with no measurements I'm afraid it will be too big to fit with another pan in back of it. And with it's slanted sides I'm wondering if any of my lids will fit it.  

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Re: Please give measurements on outsize pans

What is an outsize pan?  Never heard of that kind of pan.

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Re: Please give measurements on outsize pans

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The dimensions are on the QVC website page.

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Re: Please give measurements on outsize pans

@depglass 

 

I am assuming you want the outer dimensions of the products they offer??

 

I can't imagine any roaster not fitting in an oven?

 

Also, I have 4 burners on my stove top and assume you have the same.   I have a huge frying pan and yes, unless it's a 1 qt kettle nothing will fit.  So I opt to cook with the oversized fry pan and cook with the other 2 burners on the other side.  

 

I'm sure they will all fit.

 

My roaster is stainless steel with a stainless dome top cover, never saw another like it.  This one will be a keeper for life.

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Re: Please give measurements on outsize pans


@KatieB wrote:

What is an outsize pan?  Never heard of that kind of pan.


bigger then usual.   Not standard.

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Re: Please give measurements on outsize pans

@Just Bling    Many people use countertop convection ovens which have limited size capacity.  That's all I use for baking.  Haven used my big oven for 5 years. 

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Re: Please give measurements on outsize pans

my cookies sure do better in my Oster french door oven using convection. Never spread or sink in middle any more.

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@depglass 

 

I guess the question is how big is your oven?

 

 

Are you talking about that 7 qt that's a lunchtime special today?

 

It says it's about 15-1/4" with the handles.

Cooking space is 11" square

 

That's not a big roaster at all....might get a chicken in it.

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I see the 11" reference to the top, but nothing about the roaster itself.  This is K48142.  I have a standard stove, I guess I'm worried about the height with that higher lid. I have made two meals lately in pans that never came with lids and I had to use aluminum foil.  I hate doing that so this roaster appealed to me.  I have a lot of cookware, but due to moving, stocking a cottage and occasionally burning one up beyond use, I am missing key pieces.  

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About using one burner on one side and two on the other, the largest burner has a huge footprint, larger than any of my pans.  So I don't use it, it has become work space.  Next stove I buy will be with a tape measure in my hand.