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This review is from: Wilton Nonstick Round Tart Quiche Pan, 9 by 1 1/8 Inch (Kitchen)
Bought this pan to replace an ill advised purchased of an 11" tart pan at Target. Priced checked an identical model / non stick quality at Williams-Sonoma. This is the exact weight and quality at a better price. Overall, it does what it says it is supposed to do - make a fantastic fluted crust while baking evenly. I love using this pan when I'm bored of using my springfoam for cheesecakes. Plus, it's a must for perfect sized, tasty brunch quiches.
Don't get an 11" inch. Get this. Bigger does not mean better. If you need to, get two.
Tip: Cut out wax paper to the circle and put it on the bottom of the pan for easier sliding off the bottom an onto your serving dish, if need be.
To people that do not understand the difference between a tart / quiche pan and are shocked when it comes with a removable bottom, please see this as a crash course in a new form of baking. Don't bitch cause you didn't read the description.
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Initial post: Jun 20, 2011 7:57:40 AM PDT
No where in the product description does it say it has a removable bottom. A better word choice in your review would have been "complain". The word "bitch" cheapened your review.
In reply to an earlier post on Aug 24, 2011 7:27:39 PM PDT
L. Poe says:
Oh, the horror. An adult used an adult word. Frankly, I agree. I get tired of all the complainers on Amazon who don't pay attention to what they're ordering and then get upset when they get what they ordered and write stupid, nasty reviews. By definition, a tart pan has a removable bottom. If you want a tart pan, you should know this. It doesn't need to say it in the description.
Posted on Apr 13, 2012 11:16:28 AM PDT
I think you meant parchment paper, not wax paper. You wouldn't want that wax on your crust.
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