Anyone Ever Tried These Cake Pans From Cake Tinsmith?

Decorating By armywife1 Updated 23 Nov 2011 , 3:59am by armywife1

armywife1 Posted 20 Nov 2011 , 7:37pm
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I came across these wonky shaped cake pans from Cake Tinsmith located in the UK. I like that the depth is more than Fat Daddio's, but wasn't sure if the quality was any good for the price. Anyone out there ever tried these cake pans?

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auzzi Posted 22 Nov 2011 , 9:28am
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Baking with tinware is nothing like baking with bakeware like Fat Daddio's.

Comparing one to the other, tinware will always be more expensive.
Tinware has folds, cracks, and crevices. There may even be small gaps around the edges. Tinware will discolour and, if not handled correctly, rusts ..

All that being said, they bake evenly, perform well, and last generations ..

armywife1 Posted 23 Nov 2011 , 3:59am
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Thanks, auzzi. I guess what I didn't really like about Fat Daddios is the lack of depth. I looked at a couple of cakes made from their pans, and they didn't look as 'wonky' as I would like. icon_sad.gif I guess I really like the cake to look very tilted and not just scantly so. The tin one made the cake tiers 'lean' a bit more... or at least that's what it seemed like from the pictures. That being said, they are priced higher than Fat Daddios so I am a bit apprehensive about making the purchase after your description. Thanks for the heads up! thumbs_up.gif

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