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Old 11-14-2010, 11:19 AM   #1
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Nordic Ware 9 Inch Leakproof Springform Pan?

Amazon.com: Nordic Ware 55742 9 Inch Leakproof Springform Pan 10 Cup: Kitchen & Dining

I was wondering has anyone used this pan or something similar? I am thinking of getting back into cheesecake making, but have no idea where my old springform pan is (I've moved a couple of times since I last used it, so searching for it is pretty futile), so now I'm looking for a decent, versatile, sub $20 springform pan I can start experimenting with.

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I have two very similar to that one and they work fine.
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I would still wrap it in foil if you are using a water bath, after a few uses, I could see a leak happening. I am a big advocate of water baths for cheesecakes.

Wilton makes a good one. I found a couple good ones at good prices at HomeGoods.
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Wilton makes a good one. I found a couple good ones at good prices at HomeGoods.
Do they? I was at a local Kohls, and they had an Wilton 8",9", and 10" set on sale for 17 bucks, plus I have a 30% off coupon on top of that, and was actually thinking of getting a set to mess around with tiers and other such fanciness.
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