I finally bought several square magic line pans and one 9x13. I was looking them over since these were my first foray into ML and I noticed that on a few of the corners of the 9x13 the inside edge of the pan isn't nice and crisp because the outside weld had seeped into the inside.
All of my square pans seem okay so I was just curious if this will be okay, if other people had experienced same thing on their pans or if I am just being way too picky.
I haven't baked in the pan yet just in case I needed to exchange it.
Mine have that too and they bake just fine. No issues. The real "square" of your cake comes in your decorating anyways...whether it be fondant or buttercream. But, nope, not had any problems and am going back this weekend to buy two more.
Okay, thats what I was thinking, but I just wanted to verify with other people. Thanks for your help!
One last nit picky question - I assume that if the pans have a slight rock to them, that is they aren't completely flat/level on the bottom, that I will still be alright.
Frankly, I would exchange it, just because MLs are supposed to be perfect.
And I have a headache.
Well I am a perfectionist and things like this drive me crazy...just ask my wife