Yes, you read that correctly: Paderno.
It’s been a very long time since I’ve mentioned my Paderno Nature Trust pan. Of all the reviews I’ve done, I feel as though the Paderno pans were the ones that generated the most varied feedback. The last time I posted about my Paderno Nature Trust pan, it was back in February 2015. It’s now November 2015 and what do you know, I still have my Paderno pan.
I continue to use my Paderno Nature Trust pan for the basic staples in my home. I make pancakes, French toast, omelets, grilled cheese sandwiches, and I’ll often use it to warm up leftover pizza and other doo dahs. I still believe the Paderno pan seems to work better when I temper it.
On this particular occasion, I was about to make some grilled cheese sandwiches until I decided to put the cheese on individual slices of bread. I used a small amount of butter for the pan. I then decided to flip them over, cheese side down, to see what would happen to the Paderno pan.
Well, as you can see, the cheese crisped up nicely and there was no mess left on my Paderno pan. Of course, some of the grease from the cheese did end up in the pan but the cheese itself stayed firmly affixed to the bread itself.
Given that I’ve now had the Paderno Nature Trust pan for quite a few years now, it obviously doesn’t look new anymore but it still does what I need it to do.
On to the next sandwich!
In case you’re interested in reading some of my earlier reviews of the Paderno pan, I’ve included a link to the post I did back in February 2015.
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From Feb. 4, 2015: So, how’s that Paderno Pan doing?
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