I need help....I was randomly surfing cakepan sites (as you do when your bored) the other day looking for anything that caught my eye.... and i found a giant sandwich cookie pan.
it looks like a giant oreo and i want one.
so your probably thinking why doesn't this crazy cakepan lady just buy this pan?...... i live in sydney australia and they won't ship internationally!!!!
so now i'm on a mission (mostly because i can't have it and i want it )
i've tried ebay -but those who have it won't post outside USA (which just seems mean and greedy .. i'm sure there are enought to share )
does anyone know where I can buy this pan?
thanks for the help
Oh Honey, I live in Australia too and begged my 'grey nomads' to buy it for me when they went to Canada recently. They bought it from a Williams Sanoma shop over there. Did you try and contact a store directly?
It is a great pan!
It can be quite frustrating living here and just not being able to access the same stuff. Keep your ears open for anyone going to the US and give them a biiiiiiig list!
I saw it at Kitchen Krafts.
There are a few different websites that will act as a go between you and international companies that wont ship here (Aus) for a small fee. Google Price USA, I've used that before with no problems.
Willams - Sonoma. I have that pan.
Yes, that pan is featured at Williams-Sonoma. Most of those pans are manufactured by NordicWare. At first they are exclusive at W.S. and then when the season changes and new pans come out, you can find them on www.nordicware.com and often on ebay.
I found it on this site, they do ship internationally. Good Luck & Enjoy! I have this pan and everyone loves it.
and Cooking.com has it on it's Austrailia site http://www.cooking.com/products/shprodde.asp?SKU=286228
wow! thank you!
between you all you have managed to do in one day what i haven't in my 2days of rabid searching.
i also knew that if anyone would understand the lust for a new cake pan "that you just have to have" you guys would.
They have some gorgeous pans...but I always wonder if the straight cake like that gets stale???
i know- but with my husband arround it won't have a chance to go stale
you could always use a glaze to try to fight the drying process or even pour ganache over it... but it might look more like a wagon wheel (not ssure if they have these in the us-they are a type of chocolate covered biscuit) than an orero
I used a really moist chocolate cake recipe - think I found it on CC and it lasted for at least 3 days, well thats as long as the cake lasted before it was all eaten!
Just a little tip, I used melted butter and a little paintbrush to grease it and it came out perfectly - that's the most time consuming part of the whole process.
William Sonoma carries it. I don't remember the price, but I do remember it being a tad bit expensive