Please rating for this item if you love : 0 star
KEEN Men S Highland Suede Low Profile Fashion Sneakers 10 5
The KEEN Men's Highland Shoe is a Hybrid shoe for street to trail. Urban jungle to a light trail adventure these leather kicks Are light and comfortable when walking your way around. The athletic Fit makes them feel like a sneaker while the leather Upper adds plenty of style. The EVA Outsole drops weight while maintaining comfort and flex while you walk. Features of the KEEN Men's Highland Shoe Lace-lock bungee system Luftcell PU Footbed for all-day comfort High-rebound EVA Midsole offers resilient cushioning Eco anti-odor for freshness Environmentally preferred premium leather from lwg-certified tannery Premium leather Upper Breathable mesh lining
KK: I have always struggled with the foil-wrapping of pie crusts so they don't burn as they pie cooks. This is a great tool and makes it so easy to preserve your crust--a no-brainer for anyone who bakes pies. Suggestion--buy two of these. I rarely make one pie at a time.
Lisa Kearns "Lisa Kearns": I bought a Mrs. Anderson's 10-inch pie crust shields a couple of years ago and have used it many times. It does a great job of covering the edge crust on a baking pie, to keep it from browning too much as the filling cooks. I take the shield off during the last 15 minutes of baking and the pie crust is perfect. A 9-inch shield would be too small for my 9 or 9.5 inch Pyrex pie pans so I got the 10 inch shield. It washes up easily, the edges aren't sharp, and it stores with my baking pans, out of the way.I also have a silicone pie crust shield, and I'm going to give it away. It's not rigid, which makes it floppy and very hard to remove from a baking pie without either burning myself or touching the edge of it on the top of the pie and leaving a mark. I just messed up the top of a pumpkin pie today, trying to remove the silicone shield. I was trying to grab it with pot holders and it bent and dipped into the top of the pie. Rats!I'm here on Amazon today to buy a second Mrs. Anderson's pie crust shield, since that will let me bake two pies at the same time for Thanksgiving and Christmas.
L. Pearson: Oh yeah, this works so much better than having to fashion your own aluminum foil "ring" to do the same job that this little thingy does. It does stop the edges from burning, and it is easy to clean, too. I don't bake a LOT of pies, but when I do, I really appreciate having this little guy to protect the pie crust's outer edge!
mary ellen: Good priceNo more aluminum foil that takes forever to put on and then may fall off before you get the pie in the oven.
Matthew Kleinberg "Matt K": What's there not to like? Instead of using aluminum foil, you just pop this shield around your pie crust edges and avoid the burning. What a simple idea, but it works well.