Heavy gauge chrome plated wire racks for full or half size pans. Drip screens allow for more even cooking of oily foods. Icing grates also serve as cooling racks.
- Heavy gauge chrome plated wire racks for full or half size pans
- Drip screens allow for more even cooking of oily foods
- Icing grates also serve as cooling racks
- Product Dimensions: 16.5 x 11.8 x 0.7 inches ; 2 pounds
- Shipping Weight: 2 pounds
- ASIN: B0001MS3DI
Average Customer Review (102 customer reviews)
Not rocket science -- works perfectly, By Robert Deck
October 15, 2007
Received this product and have used it for cooling cookies, sheet cakes, setting up a fried food draining rig (it fits inside a half-sheet pan perfectly), and roasting peppers.Yes, roasting peppers.In a bind and running behind, I placed it over a pair of burners and used it as a grill for blackening the skin of 12 green peppers I had planned to use for a dinner party. I thought it was ruined, but it cleaned up nicely with a soak in soap and water.One heck of a multi-tasker!Dimensions (for those unsure of what a sheet-pan is):Full Sheet Pan: 26 x 18 x 1-inchHalf Sheet Pan: 13 x 18 x 1-inch <-- The rack fits within this pan.Qtr. Sheep Pan: 13 x 9 x 1-inch
best for the money, the little rack that could, By L. Spencer
November 7, 2010
I followed Cook's recommendation in 2008 and bought this to go with the Lincoln half-sheet pan in their review. I wanted two things: a roasting rack that could fit inside the half-sheet and that wouldn't buckle, and a cooling rack for cookies, pies and cakes. I'm very happy with it on both counts.The rack fits in a standard half-sheet pan and prevents spills and drips while allowing air circulation for good all-over roasting. Any rack should do as much, but this one gave exceptionally good performance. The fine grid means you can roast even small-cut vegetables, or if you're roasting meat, you have that much more fat dripping away rather than staying in your finished product. As someone else noted, it's a good broiling device as well, and suitable for laying over a burner. It's better than cookie sheet for toasting bread because you won't get a soggy underside. And even though it has only two support wires instead of three, it's very sturdy and heavy-duty; I've never found...
Rust Bucket, By PECo412 'peco'
October 23, 2007
I purchased two half-sheet pan nickel-plated wire racks from Ram Kitchen Supply. I had been searching without success for stainless wire racks, but figured I'd give the nickel-plated racks a try because they were only $5.99. After I received them, I ran them through the dishwasher and they rusted. I consider this to be an unacceptable defect in a cooking product, so I returned them for a full refund.Regarding Ram Kitchen Supply, despite the defective product, my experience with them was terrific. Ordering was easy and the shipping cost was reasonable, I received the racks very quickly, and they accepted and processed my return very quickly, with no hassles or fuss. I would not hesitate to order from Ram again.