Round tinHi Thanks for your info.. Yes I tried the coffee tin, it really isn't what I want but I tried..... It shaped OK but the loaf was far too short, I am sort of toying with the idea of trying to extend the coffee actually I used a large soup can, but to put an extension on it of parchment like you would a souffle.
And Chicago Metalics, they only do sets of 4 latched together and I think they were about $150 plus exchange and plus postage. would work out rather too expencive...... Another place did sets of 2 at $73 with exchange and post comes to about $100 any way they were sold out. ;-)))))
~theres always a chance that an antiques fair may throw up a tin for you. We have a couple of permanent sites locally and they often sell old tins quite cheap. Certainly a lot cheaper than you would buy new. Worth a try.
Mother-in-law gave me her ancient one. Not used it yet
Start checking around e-tailers who carry a lot of baking stuff. Your pan or mold will probably end up in the $20 range. Very few things disappear completely from the world of bread. No need to start searching flea markets unless you enjoy it in and of itself, nor any need to take out a second mortgage.
I was really after the single pan, but thanks any way..... qahtan
Qahtan, check out the local bakery eqpt. supply places, they usually have a large inventory of used baking forms and stuff--dirty and banged up a bit, but they should have it.
Another source is Lockwood industries, they have several locations in Ont.. They sell new stuff, but they also have plants that specialize in re-glazing bakeware, and these plants usually have an inventory of odds and ends
I imagine it would work, but is definitely not doing to give you the ideal product you want.
Just a thought.
Nevermind, too early in the morning. The bottom would be completely flat. *self slap*