7 1/2 Round Pans????

Business By littlecake Updated 3 Apr 2009 , 12:10pm by anabelz01

littlecake Posted 27 Mar 2009 , 4:50pm
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is there such a thing?.....i've been looking all over online and can't find any


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bisbqueenb Posted 27 Mar 2009 , 7:26pm
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I have some VERY old pans in 5 1/2"....so the do/did make the 1/2" increments sometime! They came in a bunch I got when an old hotel/restaurant closed....had to do a big cleaning on them but love the heavy weight pans.

majka_ze Posted 27 Mar 2009 , 8:43pm
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here you are http://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B000TAWE2S/?tag=cakecentral-20

I think I have seen it in our local Tesco recently. I am not sure if it is the exactly same size.

cakesthatrock Posted 27 Mar 2009 , 8:57pm
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I purchased an adjustable round cake pan. Size adjust from 6.25 to 12''.
It is stainless steel, you would need to place it onto a cookie sheet/jelly roll pan, a small amount of seepage is expected and I ordered that from
www.kitchenkrafts.com. I do not know for a fact if you may find the pan on other websites.
Hope this helps!

holly4409 Posted 27 Mar 2009 , 9:08pm
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i have a pan that "starts off" as 7.5 inches, but widens towards the top to 8 inches. it came in an inexpensive baking set that was given to me.

littlecake Posted 28 Mar 2009 , 2:01am
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Originally Posted by majka_ze

here you are http://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B000TAWE2S/?tag=cakecentral-20

I think I have seen it in our local Tesco recently. I am not sure if it is the exactly same size.




i tried to order these...but they won't ship to the states...WAAA!

majka_ze Posted 28 Mar 2009 , 9:08am
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Here they would ship - but the shipping is twice the price of the pan http://www.kitchenaria.com/baking-and-roasting/baking-tins/round-deep-cake-tin/kitchenware_1242.html

princesscris Posted 28 Mar 2009 , 9:45am
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Hi

You could try searching for a 20 centimetre pan, which is a common metric size. 20 cm = 7.87 inches, which is pretty close to 7.5 inches.

All the best,
Cris.

anabelz01 Posted 3 Apr 2009 , 12:10pm
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Hi, I'm by no means an expert, but couldn't you trim an 8" cake down? Its just 1/4 inch off all the way around! I sometimes trim my round cakes - and it seems to come out fine - and still round!
I have a 6 1/2 inch pan at home, but its really old and inherited from a great aunt, assuming it was more common in the past to get 1/2 increments.. and by the looks of it more common in the uk!

Hope this helps!

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