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Old 09-02-2010, 11:00 PM   #21
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Originally Posted by AnnieB View Post
I am also a fan of airbake pans and bought a set of small ones for the camper.
Airbake pans have a tendency to leave the bottom a bit more done in my experience. The first thing we baked in the oven was bread which turned out picture perfect (and quite delicious). The pilot light of course makes a handy place to get yeast doughs to rise. I did a cake last week which similarly was perfect and have done a couple of pies. All of the items have been evenly browned without having to rotate midway through the baking time. I don't have a baking stone in the bottom and so far things are working out pretty well. The pans I've used are either glass or "Baker's Secret" so nothing fancy.
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Old 09-03-2010, 12:54 PM   #22
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Posts: 12 for thought. (pun intended ) I don't think I could fit a loaf pan in my small oven, but foccacia and french baguettes are a distinct possibility. They would smell heavenly in the cooler months!
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