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Old 04-05-2009, 09:41 AM   #11
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Allow the cake to cool completely!! Remove the spring form....Invert onto a plate or 9 in round...Apply a wee bit of heat to the bottom of the pan...Torch for a few seconds...remove pan bottom...invert to a 9 in. round.
thank you for your reply. the only thing is the top "brown" crust will stick to the round? the top of my cake is usually nice and brown without a crack.
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Old 04-05-2009, 10:14 AM   #12
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The process only takes a minute....Wrap the first round in Sara Wrap...maybe??

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Old 04-05-2009, 10:22 AM   #13
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The process only takes a minute....Wrap the first round in Sara Wrap...maybe??

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Old 04-05-2009, 10:31 AM   #14
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You're Welcome!! When you've perfected the process I'll send you my mailing address....I like Cheesecake!
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You're Welcome!! When you've perfected the process I'll send you my mailing address....I like Cheesecake!
but do you love it?
people want to buy my cheese cake for holidays and such. but for years i have said no. i even considered including the springform pan but alas i didn't do it. i like mine with cherry pie fillng on top. how do you like yours? if you're not to far away i will send you some.
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Old 04-05-2009, 10:52 AM   #16
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I cannot tell a lie...I don't "love" it, but I do like it...Plain, and sometimes with blueberry topping...Ya know you could sell it including the spring form pan...Include the price of the pan + taxes + a little more to go buy another if need be...Offer a refund for return of the pan (undamaged) Of course the refund would be a little less than the total cost of the pan...Example...For a $15 cost (for the pan) offer a $10 Refund...
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I cannot tell a lie...I don't "love" it, but I do like it...Plain, and sometimes with blueberry topping...Ya know you could sell it including the spring form pan...Include the price of the pan + taxes + a little more to go buy another if need be...Offer a refund for return of the pan (undamaged) Of course the refund would be a little less than the total cost of the pan...Example...For a $15 cost (for the pan) offer a $10 Refund...
good idea!! thanx i am not a big sweet eater but i do like something sweet now and then. i am asked to make a lot of sweets like cookies, pies - lemon meringue from scratch (which i love), pecan pie (which i NEVER eat, to dang sweet for me), apple pie (which i do eat a small piece of) and cheese cake and mocha brownies.
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well 9 in rounds are sold in craft stores here. Such as Michaels: The arts and crafts store...
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well 9 in rounds are sold in craft stores here. Such as Michaels: The arts and crafts store...
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i never thought to look in michaels. would they be in the wilton section?
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Yes, the wilton/cake decorating section. They are usually around the area of cake and muffin pans.
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