Target Recalls 150,000 Giada De Laurentiis Lasagna Pans Because Lasagna Should Not Result In Lacerations

giadainsetFrom knives to food processors, there are plenty of things in the kitchen that could cut you, but lasagna pans have historically been low on the laceration scale. But Target has now recalled nearly 150,000 of ceramic pans branded with the name of visage of celeb chef Giada De Laurentiis out of concern that they could break and cut the user.

According to the Consumer Product Safety Commission, it knows of 39 incidents in which the handles on the 9″x13″ pan broke. Six of those incidents resulted in cuts and lacerations.

The recalled pans were sold on and at Targets nationwide between Jan. 2009 and Oct. 2012. It was sold both on its own and as part of a 6-piece set.

The CPSC advises that anyone owning one of these pans should stop using it immediately and return it to any Target store for a full refund. If it was purchased as part of the 6-piece set, only the lasagna pan should be returned.

Here’s a big picture of the recalled pan, because why not.


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