My stepson made brownies last Sunday afternoon in an eight inch square Teflon baking pan. I should have kept better track of what happened to the brownies, but I got busy and forgot that he had baked them. I found the pan tonight, stashed away with the middle brownies all cut out and gone. All around the edges of the pan is a two or three inch border of rock hard chocolate concrete. Seriously, if I tip the pan over and bang on it, I don't even get crumbs. I've tried chipping away at the fossilized brownies with a spatula, but I'm afraid I'll peel the nonstick coating off the pan if I ever do get them loose. Is there any way to save my pan, or should I just toss it in the trash and chalk it up as an unfortunate kitchen casualty?
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