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post #16 of 18

So glad I found this post! Great information, thank you!! :grin:

post #17 of 18

I use the Ateco heating cores-I do not like flower nails as they do not fit flat against the bottom of the pan, are aluminum versus stainless steel, and leave a "divot" in the cake bottom.  The Ateco are totally flat, stainless steel, and remove with virtually no footprint. With proper care they will last a lifetime.  I recommend them to all my students.

post #18 of 18
Thanks so much for the great info! I love this site! I just baked my first large (10 in round 3 in deep) cake and wondered why the center of it sank! Now I know! LOL
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