Baking Pans

August 22, 2017

Food Network Personality Visits LloydPans

LloydPans makes its pans in a manufacturing facility in Spokane Valley, Washington. We’re a bit off the beaten path, to say the least, and we rarely get visitors. However, we were thrilled to recently roll out the welcome mat for Kerry Vincent! Most of you know Kerry  from the Food Network, where she […]
August 9, 2017

Ask Paul: Perforated Pans and Custom Egg Cookers

Paul Tiffany, our resident food and pan expert tackles your baking and pizza pan questions. Have a question for Paul, leave a comment or email us at sales@lloydpans.com Question: Why would I order a perforated Detroit-Style Pizza pan instead of a traditional one? High-hydration doughs, like some Detroit-style doughs, are […]
July 7, 2017

Spark summer sales by grilling in your oven

It’s summer time, and consumers are craving proteins straight from the grill. Steaks, chicken, seafood and more, all with the beautiful grill marks that elevate the appearance of the food, and lead to a satisfied customer. Only problem? Your restaurant may not have the right grill to impart these perfect […]
June 20, 2017

How can a baking pan be eco-friendly?

It’s a question we first asked ourselves when we started LloydPans in 1986. Back then, manufacturing companies didn’t strive to be green, and few consumers cared how or where our pans were made. But for us, it mattered. As individuals, we’re stewards of the environment in the communities we live. As […]
June 15, 2017

Heard on the Floor of the NRA Show

What a show! As usual, the NRA Show descended upon Chicago and lived up to its billing as the best trade show for the restaurant industry. We were proud to be exhibiting and showcasing our complete line of foodservice, pizza and baking pans and equipment. If you didn’t make it […]
June 9, 2017

Ask Paul: How High Can I Turn My Oven?

Paul Tiffany, our resident food and pan expert tackles your baking and pizza pan questions. Have a question for Paul, leave a comment or email us at sales@lloydpans.com Question: I run my pizza oven extremely hot, sometimes as high as 900°F. Can your pans withstand that hot of an oven? […]