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Rose Levy Beranbaum's Marvelous Mini Cake Pan, Silicone, Makes 12 Mini Cakes

by HIC Harold Import Co.
List price: $14.99 Price: $12.50 Buy Now

Features:
  • Step-by-step instructions and recipes by Rose Levy Beranbaum are included
  • Make mini cake recipes, brownies, individual cheesecakes, molded gelatins; doubles as a mini loaf pan to bake banana bread or a mini meatloaf recipe
  • Non-stick for quick release and easy cleanup; safe for freezer and oven (-94-degrees Fahrenheit to 570-degrees Fahrenheit), microwave and dishwasher

Product description

Rose Levy Beranbaum’s Marvelous Mini Cake Pan, made from 100-percent European-Grade Premium Silicone, offers fuss-free mini cake making. Bake 12 mini cakes at a time. Each cavity measures 3.125-inches long x 1.125-inches wide x 1.125-inches high. Subjected to higher standards of testing for a high-quality food grade silicone, European-grade silicone baking pans maintain their elasticity and flexibility in temperatures from -94-degrees Fahrenheit to 570-degrees Fahrenheit and bounce back to their original shape. They’re stronger and more durable to withstand everyday stress and strain, like twisting to unmold and release foods. And, they maintain their non-stick property through more uses than other cake molds or mini cake pans. Use Rose’s Marvelous Mini Cake Pan to bake individual chocolate cake, mini cheesecakes and brownies, even single serving sizes of banana bread, zucchini bread or a mini meatloaf recipe. Bake individual portions that are perfect for entertaining guests or the conscientious calorie counter with portion control in mind. It’s easy to use and there’s no need for slicing or cutting cakes after baking is complete. Made from 100-percent European-Grade Premium Silicone, the silicone mold is non-stick for quick release of foods and easy clean up. Safe to use from freezer to oven, microwave and dishwasher. Includes step-by-step instructions and easy cake recipes from Rose Levy Beranbaum, award-winning American baker and cookbook author of 'The Pie and Pastry Bible', 'The Cake Bible' and ‘The Baking Bible’ and host of the PBS cooking series 'Baking Magic'. Rose has been called the "Diva of Desserts" and "the most meticulous cook who ever lived." She has tempted, and tutored, foodie fans with her delectable recipes and hands-on teaching approach to the art of baking techniques.



Wilton 3D Sports Ball Cake Pan, Create Any Ball Shaped Cake, from a Golf Ball, Basket Ball or Baseball to Planetary Spheres or a Happy Face Emojis, 4-Piece Set Includes 2 Stands and 2 Pans, 6-inch

by Wilton
List price: $16.95 Price: $9.50 Buy Now

Features:
  • USE AND CARE INSTRUCTIONS: Before first and after each use, hand wash in warm, soapy water. Rinse and dry thoroughly with a soft cloth. Please do not put in the microwave.
  • EVERYONE, EVERYWHERE, EVERY DAY: Innovative products. Mouthwatering inspiration. Fun in the kitchen. This has been at the heart of what we do for nearly 90 years. Whether you're hosting a party or need to bring a special treat, Wilton has you covered.
  • ROUND OUT YOUR MEAL: Have a ball making any type of spherical dessert you can imagine. Bounce around a few ideas, a tennis ball, bowling ball, Jupiter or Mars? Or maybe something completely unique.

Product description

No matter what sport you’re passionate about, this four-piece set can create the perfect centerpiece for it. Set includes two 6 in. diameter half-ball aluminum pans and two metal baking stands. Each pan half takes 2 1/2 cups batter. Whether your celebrating a birthday, game day or just in a fun mood, this cake pan is covers it all. Not limited to sports either, take this pan and create your favorite emoji’s or planets as a cake. Treat yourself and your loved ones to a tasty globe. Wilton helps families celebrate! We inspire the joy of creativity in everyone, everywhere, every day. Since 1929, Wilton has been helping home bakers and cake decorators all over the world create sweet treats and beautiful desserts by giving them the tools to make it fun and easy. The Wilton name is known around the world for cake decorating, candy making, bakeware and party products. At Wilton, we're passionate about bringing the love of baking and decorating to every consumer.








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Anthony Bourdain Whips Up a Dream Pancake Bar For His Daughter's Sleepover 08/17/15, via People Magazine

The Parts Unknown star hosted a sleepover for his daughter Ariane and her friends and put together a pancake bar for the occasion. “My morning after “I've spent 14 years cooking my own food on television and I've never seen him cook a meal.”.

Asian Scientist Magazine

Pointy Posts Make Drops Do The Pancake Bounce 08/18/15, via Asian Scientist Magazine

“During the spreading phase, the droplet undergoes an inertia-dominant acceleration and spreads into a 'pancake' shape,” explained Professor Wang Zuankai from the Department of Mechanical and Biomedical Engineering at the City University of Hong 

How to Make Pancakes From Scratch (Homemade Pancake) パンケーキの作り方 (レシピ) - OCHIKERON - CREATE EAT HAPPY

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Pancake

Pancake

Published by Reaktion Books 2013

ISBN 9781780232379,1780232373
128 pages

Round, thin, and made of starchy batter cooked on a flat surface, it is a food that goes by many names: flapjack, crêpe, and okonomiyaki, to name just a few. The pancake is a treasured food the world over, and now Ken Albala unearths the surprisingly rich history of pancakes and their sizzling goodness. Pancake traverses over centuries and civilizations to examine the culinary and cultural importance of pancakes in human history. From the Russian blini to the Ethiopian injera, Albala reveals how pancakes have been a perennial source of sustenance from Greek and Roman eras to the Middle Ages through to the present day. He explores how the pancake has gained symbolic currency in diverse societies as a comfort food, a portable victual for travelers, a celebratory dish, and a breakfast...

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Pointy Posts Make Drops Do The Pancake Bounce - Asian Scientist Magazine

Pointy Posts Make Drops Do The Pancake Bounce By analyzing the way droplets behave on different surfaces, researchers have figured out to control how they bounce. 18, 2015) - Studies of the impact a droplet makes on solid surfaces hark back more than a century. Until now, it was generally believed that a droplet's impact on a solid surface could always be separated into two phases: spreading and retracting. But it's much more complex than that, as a team of researchers from City University of Hong Kong, Ariel University in Israel, and Dalian University of Technology in China report in the journal Applied Physics Letters. “During the spreading phase, the droplet undergoes an inertia-dominant acceleration and spreads into a ‘pancake’ shape,” explained Professor Wang Zuankai from the Department of Mechanical and Biomedical Engineering at the City University of Hong... As the team previously reported in the journal Nature Physics , it's possible to shape a droplet into the pancake shape directly at the end of the spreading stage without going through the receding process, if it is bounced off a superhydrophobic... The water-repelling ability of hydrophobic surfaces like lotus leaves are attributed to the presence of an air cushion within the rough surface. Because of the ‘pancake bounce’ off superhydrophobic surfaces, the droplet spends much less contact time with the surface and can be shed away much faster. “The smaller the inter-post spacings, the greater the impact velocity the small inter-post can withstand,” he elaborated. “By contrast, designing a surface with macrostructures—tapered sub-millimeter post arrays with a wide spacing—means that a droplet will shed from it much faster than any previously engineered materials. Despite exciting progress, rationally controlling the contact time and quantitatively predicting the critical Weber number—a number used in fluid mechanics to describe the ratio between deforming inertial forces and stabilizing cohesive forces for... So the team experimentally demonstrated that the drop bouncing is intricately influenced by the surface morphology. They showed that pointed posts give rise to more pancake bouncing than straight ones, significantly reducing the contact time and critical Weber number while increasing the Weber number range. Wang and colleagues went on to develop simple harmonic spring models to reveal the dependence of timescales associated with the impinging drop and the critical Weber number for pancake bouncing on the surface morphology.

Source: www.asianscientist.com
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Elephant Cake Pan (each)

Party Supplies


Now you can make fun animal shaped cakes with our fun cake pans! The Elephant Cake Pan creates elephant shaped cakes. With the cake pan and some creative icing, you can create some really fun birthday cakes! Your child will love having a unique and fun cake at their party!

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Jack-O-Lantern Pumpkin Cake Pan w/ Flutes (Each)

Halloween Party Ideas


No need to head to the nearest bakery - making your own Halloween cake is easy thanks to this Jack-O-Lantern Pumpkin Cake Pan. Just mix up a batch of your favorite batter and bake it in here for a special, seasonal treat!

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You Are What You Eat: Camp Cooking 101 - 08/18/15, via Ballard News-Tribune

You don’t even need a knife! 10. Make your own dry mixes in advance. Make pancake and biscuit mix using low-sodium baking powder. Use the Master Mix recipe below to make dried pancake mix, biscuit mix, or, if you’re taking a Dutch oven, plan desserts ...

Chef Chat: How Dan Drake Became "Dr. Dan the Pancake Man" - 08/17/15, via Riverfront Times Blogs

"If you would have told me four year ago that I would be a professional pancake artist, I would have laughed," says Dan Drake. "Just last week I was in Monterey, California, making pancakes for billionaires. I looked up and was like, 'How did I get here?'"

"Murder on the Floodways" making area appearances - 08/18/15, via The Daily Dunklin Democrat

The author of "Murder on the Floodways," Harold Walker (right) appeared Tuesday morning on KBOA AM's "What's Happening in Kennett," with DDD editor Steve Patton at John's Waffle and Pancake House. Walker is scheduled to be at the Bean Cotton Office in ...

Directory

  1. How to Make Pancakes (with Pictures) - wikiHow How to Make Pancakes. Pancakes are a type of flat bread or very simple cake, not necessarily sweetened, enjoyed by cultures around the world. Pancake recipes vary ...
  2. BBC - Food - Recipes : How to make pancakes The pancakes can be eaten straight away, or frozen after cooling - stack and wrap them in twos. You can use this batter to make sweet or savoury pancakes.
  3. Good Old Fashioned Pancakes Recipe - Allrecipes.com Make delicious, fluffy pancakes from scratch. This recipe uses 7 ingredients you probably already have.
Pecan-Peach Cornmeal Cake
Pecan-Peach Cornmeal Cake
I had bought some peach nectar to use in mixed drinks for the holidays this year, had a few cans left over, and set out to use it up today. Used a little bit this morning (replaced half of the dairy in french toast with it, and served the resulting french toast with sliced cling peaches–kids loved it) but had bigger things in mind. Broke out my copy of Michael Ruhlman's Ratio, looked up the quick bread ratio, and came up with this: a cornmeal "cake", cooked like an upside-down cake with nuts in the topping, and used the peach nectar for the liquid in the recipe. I tweaked things just a little, borrowing from other things I've baked in the past, and I'm happy with the result (which could have been a bit more peachy, but was nice and moist.) Ingredients are mostly by weight, although I've added approximate volumes. Liquids are measured in liquid ounces (by volume). As an aside, the more I cook starting with an established ratio like the ones in Ruhlman’s books, the more...
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Caramel Apple Cheesecake
Caramel Apple Cheesecake
I saw a photo of a very similar cheesecake on Reddit a few weeks back, and since I almost always make a cheesecake as one of my Thanksgiving desserts. I don't remember if the other photo had a recipe associated with it, but I winged this one, since I've made all the components for other recipes in the past. Took advantage of natural light coming into the dining room to shoot this, which I don't get the opportunity to do very often with my food photography. Just light coming in from the window to the left, with a white reflector to the right of the scene to act as fill. Nikon D7000 w/Nikkor 50mm ƒ/1.8 prime, 1/3s @ ƒ/4.8, ISO100. Color finishing in Aperture. Ingredients For the crust 6-7 graham crackers, crushed into fine crumbs 1/2 c. sugar 4 tbl. melted butter For the cheesecake 2 lb. cream cheese, room temperature, cut into 1" cubes 1 c. sugar 4 large eggs, room temperature 1 tsp. lemon zest 4 oz. apple butter 1 c. salted duck fat caramel 1/4 c. sour cream 1/4 c....
Photo by djwtwo on Flickr
Spotted Dog
Spotted Dog
A loaf of “spotted dog” (a variation of Irish soda bread, typically with currants and caraway seed) for St. Paddy’s Day tomorrow. I’m going to be out for a pretty long day and won’t have time to bake tomorrow, so I put this together this evening so we could have it for breakfast. I was out of currants, so I subbed raisins this year. Nikon D7000 w/Nikkor 35mm ƒ/1.8 prime, 1/250s @ f/2.8, ISO100. Single SB-700, 85mm zoom, 1/20 power shot from behind the scene through a white umbrella. I didn’t use a reflector for fill, so any light on the foreground is just what bounced off the ceiling and walls of my kitchen. Crop and color finishing in Aperture and Nik Viveza, with some lens distortion corrected in Photoshop. Ingredients 2 1/2 c. all-purpose flour 1 1/2 c. cake flour 1 1/2 tsp. baking soda 1 1/2 tsp. cream of tartar 2 tbl. sugar 1 1/4 tsp. salt 3 tbl. unsalted butter, softened 1 tbl. unsalted butter, melted 1 c. currants 2 tsp. caraway seeds 1 1/2 c. buttermilk Directions...
Photo by djwtwo on Flickr
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