[Sca-cooks] Cast Iron pan question

Kerri Martinsen kerrimart at mindspring.com
Wed Jan 30 07:25:56 PST 2008

I ment as presentation on the plate.  just like a cake is flipped to show
the "design".  These are similar.  I could do cupcakes as well in them, but
again, not a period idea.

Am I just off my rocker that shaped cookware isn't a good idea?


On 1/30/08, Sandra Kisner <sjk3 at cornell.edu> wrote:
> >So I found this pan at the thrift store similar to this:
> >
> >
> http://www.cookware.com/asp/show_detail.asp?sku=JWR1063&refid=FR280-JWR1063#ProdDetails
> >
> >except it has vege shaped cavities.  Any suggestions on what kind of use
> I
> >can put it too?
> >
> >One would think it would need to be a "low rise" item as it will be
> flipped
> >over.  Anything that crowns would have to be cut off before serving to
> show
> >the shapes.
> What makes you say the items would be flipped over?  This is like a
> muffin/cornstick pan, not an aebelskiver/takatori (sorry, I forget the
> name
> of the octopus balls) pan.
> Sandra
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