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Lloyd Pizza Pans

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Some time ago I purchased a Lloyd Detroit Style Pizza Pan. It worked so well I decided to buy a few more Lloyd Pizza Pans. 

 

Lloyd Pans are made in the USA for the commercial pizza industry. They come in many different styles, lots of different sizes and in some cases different coatings. All my pans are hard anodized aluminum with the PSTK coating (Pre-Seasoned Tough-Kote). Although not fully non stick they are stick resistant for easy release. Some of the benefits of a Lloyd pan:

 

Easy Release so the pizza slides out without messing up the toppings. 

Easy cleanup, can almost just wipe them clean with a paper towel. 

Great heat conductor for even browning of the bottom crust. 

Metal utensil safe. 

A max working temperature of 750* (per their technical support) 

 

This is my current collection:

 

10"x14" Detroit Pan, 2.5" sides with 76* angle. 

12" diameter Chicago Deep Dish pan, 2" side with 76* angle. 

10"x14" Grandma Pan, 1" sides with 76* angle. 

Three 12" diameter Cutter pans,  .75" side with 63* angle. 

 

I am very excited to get these pans and have many tasty pizzas planned. I'm especially excited about the Grandma Pan as I think that will work well for a few other non pizza cooks.

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I have a couple of slotted Pans that work great in the oven and on the KK .but prefer the KK baking stone.

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Some people collect guns, some collect old bottles, and then there's some that collect pans. Check these two out I recently came by. From 19th century no teflon on these,  strictly for decoration around the pit.

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Guns kill people, bottles are for decoration, pots and pans feed people.... Just sayin......... 

 

Love your decoration pans but to be honest I would clean up that little one and use it as a butter or sauce, on the grill/griddle/WFO pan. 

 

 

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BTW I have plenty of guns. People kill people. It takes a person to pull the trigger......... 

 

Political rant over and out...... 

 

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