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  • WFO roasting utensils

    I am interested in roasting a whole lamb in my oven. Where can I find a large enough roasting pan to accommodate the lamb? I am limited by a 19 inch width at the door opening.

    Western Pa.

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    If I wanted a large enough roasting pan I'd head over to a restaurant supply store. Look in the yellow pages and you may find a store that sells used equipment. Restaurants go out of business all the time and their pots, pans, machinery and serving equipment end up in shops and at auctions.


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      Re: WFO roasting utensils

      Thanks Bob, will give that a try.