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loaf pan (for deeper pan try Paula Deen stoneware at Walmart, $10.00)

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RWP

loaf pan (for deeper pan try Paula Deen stoneware at Walmart, $10.00)

I can't find a one pound pullman loaf pan. I wanted to get a 4" high loaf. So, I cut a 2" wide strip of aluminum flashing and using pop rivets attached it to a 9"x5"x4" pan.


It works for me.

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mrfrost

Pictures speak a thousand words!

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RWP

Hi, I don't know how to send a photo. I have one and am new to this site. I'm checking.

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mrfrost

Posting photos FAQ:


 http://www.thefreshloaf.com/node/2960/posting-photos-faq


 These steps from poster Debra Wink have also been said to be very helpful:"



  1. Click on the tree symbol (next to HTML at the top of the comment box) and the Insert/edit image box will appear.

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There is also a Help button in the top left corner of the File Browser box with tips and alternate ways to do things that you might find helpful."

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RWP

Thankf for your help. Had a couple of senior moments but here it is. Good luck.

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qahtan

 


I don't think I have ever seen a one pound pullman pan with a lid, how are you going to fix the lid to it?????? qahtan

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RWP

Hi,


I wasn't interested in the full function of a Pullman loaf pan. I never liked the height of the standard pans and wanted to have a higher loaf. I couldn't find a one pound Pullman (wouldn't spend that kind of money anyway) and I had the idea of just adding height to the walls.

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qahtan

how about a larger pan for a loaf cake and put two one pounds dreas dough side by side in the same pan like this, they pull apart easy. qahtan


 


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clazar123

I found a new roll of corrugated garden alluminum. It's about 6",100% shiny aluminum and has nice rolled edges. I washed it well,cut a length with a scissors and now have an adjustable pan.The corrugations give it an interesting look. I just form a batard on a sheet, put the corrugated edge around it to fit, overlap the edge and fasten it with a metal paper clip.Then I let the loaf rise inside it.Great for sandwich slices.I'm going to use it for pannetones next Christmas.


Wish I had a picture!


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RWP

Dear clazar123,


I didn't know if you wished for a photo of yours or mine. So I'm sending one of mine. It was deleted somehow. Contact if questions.