[Sca-cooks] Cast Iron pan question
phlip at 99main.com
Wed Jan 30 07:49:44 PST 2008
Actually, I'd use them for more than just bready stuff. If I had one,
I'd be making mini meatloaves, with the vegetable shape ;-) With some
red and green catsup, and some mustard. I'd have a ball ;-)
Generally, insofar as getting specific cooking equipment for specific
purposes, I tend to agree with Adamantius- you don't really need a
bunch of one-trick ponies clogging up your storage space, OTOH, there
are specialty items which, if you're into that specialty, or if
they're versatile enough to be used for other projects, that are well
On Jan 30, 2008 10:25 AM, Kerri Martinsen <kerrimart at mindspring.com> wrote:
> 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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Heat it up
Hit it hard
Repent as necessary.
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