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The housewares department at Sears is the best place to visit when you need to stock your kitchen with bakeware to meet all your cooking needs. Armed with a selection of items from Sears, you'll be the hit of the next bake sale!
If you're just starting out, take a look at the bakeware sets. Whether you're looking for enough baking sheets to satisfy all your chocolate-chip cravings or a full set of casserole dishes to hold your dependable weekday specialties, these matched sets of cookware sold at Sears offer both value and variety with brands like Corning, Pyrex and Essential Home.
True gourmets will enjoy the interesting options in the Sears collection of quiche and tart pans. Imagine serving these tasty dishes in a cooking implement that's just as attractive as it is functional. As you browse this aisle, you'll see both traditional fluted pans as well as unique designs including a fish-shaped tartlet mold.
For perfectly-risen and blemish-free baked goods, shop for cake and Bundt pans in the bakeware section at Sears. Whether you're creating a fully-frosted layer cake or a lightly-drizzled Bundt cake, your friends and family will always enjoy the desserts you make with your new cookware from Sears.
How can you do your best in the kitchen without a supply of mixing bowls, measuring cups, and spoons? Whether you're simply stocking up on the basics or you're shopping for color-coordinated items made by premium brands like Kitchen-Aid or Paderno, Sears is the best place to find these items. While you're there, don't forget to complete your bakeware selections by adding the perfect items from the Sears collection of baking prep tools. Whether you need just the right cookie cutter or a new rolling pin, Sears has it all.
Whether you're stocking your own kitchen or attending a house-warming party, Sears is the best place to find wonderful cookware. In addition to these items, why not pick up a few serving items and storage products while you're there?