Discussion in 'The Lounge' started by FED UP, Feb 6, 2012.
And reads the labels on the bottom of it, and, well, I'll let you look for yourself .
I'm just wondering if it's safe to cook food on this thing ?
They are covering their a$$es? :-D
Bread tray as per bar-code. No cooking.
But it says "Safe for cooking" right there on the label !
The first dark sticker also mention tray and no cooking. Tray being the key word.
Safe to cook with but not recommended because it'd be a right PITA to clean afterwards?
Yeah its safe but your bread comes out with a hippy logo on so someone who's had a pretty bad day may take an umbrella jam it where the sun doesn't shine, then open it...
Its not a recommended experience:-D
It says "is not recommended for cooking food"
Well obviously, you put food on it and then cook the food with an oven or some such, so they are just telling you that simply dumping a pile of dough in the pan and waiting for it to rise is "Not Recommended"
Therefore you must use an oven as well
Seriously though, it's either as Laura said them covering every angle, in which case you shoul drop it on your foot and sue them for that :-D
Or it's a mistake and there could be chemicals that are not healthy if extreme temps are reached.
Personally I'd be afraid...... very.... afraid .....
.....Just kidding, I'd probably just cook on it and see what happens :-D
Probably, the corrected Not Safe label was supposed to cover up the original label. Just didn't get applied correctly.
The more important question is if your mom isn't telling you or your dad something. Looks like most people interested in that tray have one thing in common.
Since I'm not sure what type of metal the tray is made of, I'd err on the side of caution and use it for serving warm to room temperature food only.
It reminds me of a story I saw about Fiesta Ware (an overpriced dinnerware that was sold at Macy's and other dept. stores) a few years ago. Although it was safe to eat off of, nuking it in the microwave or placing it in the oven would create enough heat that lead and other no so tasty chemicals would leech out of the plates and into the food. uke
There ya go. So if you bake with it and die of metallic poisoning, or something, your surviving relatives can't sue them. :-D
Why cook in a serving tray? Is obviously not a bread pan... :confused
I think this requires, no demands, an call to customer service. On video. YouTube would be good. :-D
Yeah I already looked for an email address on the sites "CONTACT" tab . No dice .
NED : Alrighty then . Ill cook on it, send it to you, and you eat it LIVE ON CAM !
...and you can tell it's not, because the text isn't mirrored. If you try to make bread in that, the letters and words in the bread will be all backwards, the way they'd be if you hold the tray up in front of a mirror, and try to read the reflection.
That is very observant Detective Mimsy. The case is closed.
Elementary, my dear Sibeer. Now, let's get back to the mystery of why dog didn't bark. :major
Hey, free food cooked by someone else, who in their right mind would turn that down ? :-D
Ah,...but can you keep it down???
This would likely be determined by what ingredients I used . .
Seems there's some extra Mighty Dog in the kitchen . . . .
Ah well, when you're talking about nasty ingredients, it's more a case of getting it to go down, once it's there it's fine, I have an iron stomach :-D
Someone already familiar with FED's cooking skills? :innocent
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