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Comments about Oven Spill Guard:
This has caught a lot of the overflows from my pies and 1 & 2 quart casserole dishes.
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The only place to find this is MK's
from Fairfax, Virginia
Miles Kimball is the only place I have found this product. Highly recommended for all cooks who wish to keep their ovens clean from over-flowing baking pies, casseroles, etc. Best gift for cooks!
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These are great for those dishes I almost always spill - like quiche and custardy pies. But they are FABULOUS for berry and fruit pies which almost have to bubble out to be properly done. I spent many wasted hours scrubbing that shiny, black, sugar-burn on the bottom of my oven. The hole in the middle ensures a perfectly-baked bottom crust. What a time and trouble saver! I bought five as gifts when I got my second one.
ALMOST IMPOSSIBLE TO FIND
from MILWAUKEE, WI
THIS MAKES PIE BAKING CLEANER AND NEATER THAN EVER !!A GREAT FIND !
Saves Oven Bottom
By Ms. Organization
from Chicago, IL
I have not used this particular piece yet, but my mother had one of these for years. It was always used when she baked pies - YUM! Hers was tin and eventually did rust. I have been looking for one of my own for quite a long time. This is obviously much better quality than mom's and I know it will get alot of use.
Oven Guard - 12" Non Stick
Every kitchen should have an Oven Guard. Great for catching the grease from spring form pans and apple pie overflow. Makes a great extra gift. Miles Kimball is the only place where you can find them.
from St. Louis Mo
This is a really great invention, it keeps the pie spills off the bottom of the oven. If you bake pies, this is really a must.
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worked perfectly, cleaned easily.
By SD House Mouse
from Sioux Falls, SD
To bake pies and cassaroles, and also I use it to cool cakes, cookie sheets. And I have served brownies and cookies on it for coffee clatch.
I never bake a pie without it
from Boulder, CO
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