“People who live in communities without a cake pan collection can ask about an interlibrary loan, Rippel said, adding that people can check the Kansas Library Catalog online to find cake pans in libraries that have catalogued their collections.”—
This is so fantastic. Libraries provide consumable ideas and aids for consumption. Sometimes our needs can come in the way of being able to visit the library purely for the pleasure of books. With it being the only safe, free, public space for intellectual progression, the library is becoming more and more “practical” by providing classes, computers, and now kitchen items for lending. What do you wish your library had? And conversely, are there any potential collection materials that could jeopardize a library’s function?
this is my parents ebay account: Here
my parents sell some interesting things for pretty cheap prices, the link is a list of all the things they are selling
Just a Tip
Have you ever seen instructions for crazy cake pan origami* just to line one 9 inch pan? It takes a whole sheet of parchment just for one pans! And when’s the last time you baked a cake that called for just one 9 inch pan?
I like to do this instead: fold an standard sheet of parchment paper (12.5x16.5, I order mine from King Arthur) and fold it in half length wise. Place your cake pan on top and trace around the pan.
Cut inside your traced line and then cut the crease connecting the two pieces! Presto two 9 inch rounds for lining! Now lube, flour, and cake bake away.
* P.S. I really don’t want to hate on the Kitchen Generation at all, in fact I only linked to them because they had the best photos and description of said origami.
I bet Dad Egbert had those cake pans with the personalized lids, and they all said “from the Kitchens of Dad Egbert.”
I bet Bro had a set of those too, and they all said “Made with Love by Dirk Strider.” He told Dave it was ironic but he actually meant it.
Mom Lalonde was the only one genuinely too cool for that shit. She got hers as a passive-aggressive gift from Rose.