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Pullman Pans available from Bed, Bath and Beyond, very reasonable

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AnnaInMD's picture
AnnaInMD

Pullman Pans available from Bed, Bath and Beyond, very reasonable

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mrfrost

That is a great deal. Do they still mail out coupons? Do they still honor their expired coupons?

Thanks.

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Doeyo

Yes and yes, at least in Vernon Hills, Illinois--store is on Milwaukee Ave., about 1/2 mile south of Rt. 60.    Joey the Doeyo

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mrfrost

Thanks.

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mrfrost

Guess they are for internet/mail order only. Not available at the 18 stores within 35 miles of me.

They also have the smaller(shorter) 9" version for $22.99. Again, shipped only, for me.

Inventory check available online.

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AnnaInMD

of us.  I ordered one online this morning.

Anna

 

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mrfrost

Thanks.

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LaurenAshley

Sometimes you can get free shipping by ordering at the store. Call your local store to see if they will do that.  Mine in VA does it.

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lucyR

I've enjoyed making loaf before and I think I can save more doing home baking than buying from stores. But what I didn't like is the sticking of parts of the bread on the loaf pan, so I thought I should really invest on something better. Nowadays, there are Kitchen luxuries you should and should not buy. And I guess this product is more than I wished for, and the price seems alright.

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salma

The Pullman loaf pan was not available in bbb in nj but I was able to order it and with the coupon and delivery charge it came to $27/= for the 13x4x4. I think it's a good price since I have seen them sold foe a lot more in ny. It's with buying when it's a deal!
Now to figure out how much dough goes in?
Salma

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AnnaInMD

as well and tried it the first day.  I used my run-of-the-mill recipe (the 1-2-3 method/ 1 part starter 2 water and 3 flour)  and normally use 600 gr of flour.  Since this is not the recipe which calls for a top, I left it off and the bread rose to just about an inch above the rim. 

A dark pumpernickel would probably be a good idea with using the top.

Happy baking !

anna

 

 

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AnnaInMD

yummy recipes pop up :)

 

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gbguy71

For curiosity I googled "pullman loaf pan" and then went to their "Shopping" results.  There were a bunch that were cheaper.  The final cost will include the shipping, but even then BB&B doesn't look like a killer deal.

I even went further and searched for the exact same BB&B model (USA Pan) and the results weren't any better.

Just saying.