Pan Sizes

Decorating By Bonavolonta Updated 11 Aug 2009 , 7:11pm by CakeJediChic

Bonavolonta Posted 11 Aug 2009 , 3:54pm
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Let me start off by saying that I have been making cheesecake since I was 6. My grandmother had me in the kitchen teaching me all her tips and tricks. I've had so much success with her recipe that I've never been brave enough to tinker with it. I make them in a 9 x 13 just like she taught me which works out perfectly. I just put them on a 1/4 sheet board and box 'em up! (These are not your typical "New York style" cheesecakes) So, on to my question finally. I have a girl that wants to order a cheesecake but she insists on it being round. I thought about using a 12" round, but that seems so big. Should I try a 10" instead?

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diane Posted 11 Aug 2009 , 4:14pm
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why don't you fill the 1/4 sheet with water and then add that water to a 12" round and see if it's enough? icon_wink.gif

CakeJediChic Posted 11 Aug 2009 , 7:11pm
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Wow awesome Idea Diane! I was wracking my brain to try and figure out how to convert from a rectangle to a circle. lol

BTW: Bona! Glad to meet another Oklahoman! Im from futher south in Lawton!

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