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Glazed Loaf Tins

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T Cake

Glazed Loaf Tins

Hi All,


I've been hanging around this forum for a while now - it's a great place. Thought it's about time to join up and join in, especially now I've got a question to ask!


A couple of the books I have recommend glazed bread tins. I'm in the UK, and have found that Bakery Bits sell Chicago Metallic 1lb tins, but that's a relatively small loaf for my house. Does any one have any advice on tins, or recommendation on where I could get hold of some glazed ones, perhaps nearer the 2lb mark?


Thanks in advance


T Cake

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PaddyL

I assume you've tried this?

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Daisy_A

Hi from another U.K. baker.


Le Creuset stoneware seem to do glazed loaf tins of various sizes. The first link is to one of over 1 quart capacity, which should hold a 2lb loaf. The second dish is 1.5 litres, which if I got the maths right should also hold a 2lb loaf.


http://www.amazon.com/Creuset-Stoneware-Deep-Dish-Loaf-Pan/dp/B00007BHZI/ref=sr_1_31?ie=UTF8&s=home-garden&qid=1277181939&sr=1-31


http://www.amazon.co.uk/Creuset-Stoneware-Loaf-Dish-Volcanic/dp/B002B548NC


Kitchen Craft do what looks like a good quality metal 2lb tin. House of Frazer online sometimes carries this range and they have other regional stockists.


Hope you find what you are looking for.


Kind regards,  Daisy_A