[Sca-cooks] Coffyn pan?
meisterin02 at yahoo.com
Tue Jan 15 11:12:17 PST 2008
But, Gunthar, weren't Medieval coffyns round? I sort of got that impression from most of the existing illustrations, but I may be wrong <sigh>. The Charlotte Mold might be a better choice. But, why not some of the round spring molds? They are fairly tall (at least 4" tall), and would probably release fairly easily.
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----- Original Message ----
From: Michael Gunter countgunthar at hotmail.com
Because of the really cool bread baking pan that was linked
(which I will definately be purchasing) I've been browsing
the Williams-Sonoma catalogue. I saw this and, although
meant to be a Pate' en Croute pan I was thinking this might
be good for making coffyns. I'd love to make period coffyns
but can't find a pan with the correct sides. I know some people
have built up coffyn pans with paper but I'd like a full metal
mold someday. This might fit the bill for some types.
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