[Sca-cooks] Silicone Castle pan

Johnna Holloway johnna at sitka.engin.umich.edu
Fri Oct 13 04:45:33 PDT 2006

I am hoping to get past a Pfaltzgraff store and examine the box
and get more details. I suspect a sturdy type of pound cake might do.
They will send people copies of the catalog if you email and ask.
The catalog actually had a picture of the baked cake.


Stefan li Rous wrote:
> Johnnae pointed out a new castle pan:snipped
> http://pfaltzgraff.com/ecomm/Itemdetail.asp?
> CODIV=0107&T1=F1858200&UID=2006100922194754 >>>
> Interesting. However, I assume the photograph is of the cake pan  
> itself? Then it appears to have a rather thin curtain wall. It may  
> not be that thin all the way down, merging with a blocked area behind  
> the wall that isn't obvious in the photograph, but even so, the top  
> of the outside wall seems rather thin. What kind of cake would you  
> bake in this that wouldn't have the outer walls crumble or break off  
> inside the mold?  It does look like it might be nice for some  
> sotelties, though.
> Stefan
> (You Know You're in the SCA, when you analyze a castle cake for  
> strategic weaknesses... and that cake has several as a fortress)
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