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I've done two panda bears using this pan. I think at least one of them is in my photos here on CC. Hope this helps icon_smile.gif

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I've done two panda bears using this pan. I think at least one of them is in my photos here on CC. Hope this helps icon_smile.gif

Thanks Evoir I found it. It is amazing as are all your cakes! Just one question Cherry ripe cake? I live in the UK but my friend grew up in Austraila and she's mentioned Cherry ripe- I thought it was a kind of sweet. Do you have a recipe for this as it might be cool to make her a cake for her next Birthday to remind her of Aus

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Update Cake pans at post office waiting for me to collect seems i need to pay customs duty cos they're from the US !

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Is the customs charge expensive?
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Is the customs charge expensive?

Not sure until i go to the post office. I will let you know once i've been tomorrow or monday. Its only charged on items purchased outside UK  for goods valued at over £9 I only paid £16 approx $25 so d't think it will be much. I hope not as the postage was £30 approx $46

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Customs charge was nearly £18 !! OMG more than i actually paid for the pans let alone the postage! I will be contacting customs as its ridiculous!! Be careful all you UK bakers buying stuff online from outside the EU, factor in the customs charges.

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Check what was listed as the value on the customs forms, it may be wrong. My sister has successfully appealed the charge before on something where they listed a much higher price on there. 

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Check what was listed as the value on the customs forms, it may be wrong. My sister has successfully appealed the charge before on something where they listed a much higher price on there. 

Thats the worst thing the price was listed correctly as $24.99 which is just under £17 and it cost me £18 customs charges! I intend to appeal though.

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A friend of mine here got a hamper from Fortnum & Mason sent over as a gift, she had to pay $80 in taxes to pick up a gift! She actually got the bill after they had delivered it, so she's contesting it saying she wouldn't have picked it up if she'd known. 

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Yes, cherry ripes are a dark chocolate bar, filled with glace cherries and coconut. I don't use a specific recipe, but if you use a general dark chocolate mud cake recipe and substitute coconut milk/cream for the milk in the recipe and then add in chopped Cherry Ripe bars (around 160 grams for a 8" round for example), you'll have essentially the same thing!

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Yes, cherry ripes are a dark chocolate bar, filled with glace cherries and coconut. I don't use a specific recipe, but if you use a general dark chocolate mud cake recipe and substitute coconut milk/cream for the milk in the recipe and then add in chopped Cherry Ripe bars (around 160 grams for a 8" round for example), you'll have essentially the same thing!

 

I hate cherries!

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 Third time's a charm! 

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Yes, cherry ripes are a dark chocolate bar, filled with glace cherries and coconut. I don't use a specific recipe, but if you use a general dark chocolate mud cake recipe and substitute coconut milk/cream for the milk in the recipe and then add in chopped Cherry Ripe bars (around 160 grams for a 8" round for example), you'll have essentially the same thing!

 I dont think we can get those bars in the UK which is weird cos they're now made by Cadburys( been doing my research which was until recently a UK firm(not without  paying a fortune from specialist site) and it sounds like you need quite a few bars. Could i just use chopped cherries, coconut and chocolate?

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I hate cherries!

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 Third time's a charm!  I

I love cherries, cherry scones are the only fruit scones i will eat I hate cooked currants and sultanas

 

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