Baker's Secret 8-Piece Bakeware Set


#1

#2

Woot! needs some in-house bakers to help the photographer out - only so many ways you can snap a pics of empty pans.


#3

Why is the medium cookie sheet the same size as the large cookie sheet???


#4

Yep, that’s a booboo. We didn’t get a sample in so they’ll have to call the vendor. It’s going to be morning to get a correct measurement.

Sorry.

UPDATE: here you go.

Large Cookie-18.75x11.75x0.75


#5

I wonder how these compare in quality to the Cusinart bakeware set I ordered from Woot a month ago and never received.


#6

I suppose someone somewhere wants an 8-inch cake pan instead of a 9-inch cake pan, but I can’t think of why.


#7

Ouch. Sorry about that. Did it get canceled or was it a shipping issue? You’ve been in contact with Customer Service?


#8

Was $39.99 before being out of stock (poor wording before, edited to correct what Ms. Thighness noted):
http://www.shopworldkitchen.com/bakers-secret/8pc-bakeware-set-600882

$24.99 tonight here.

The product website doesn’t seem to have the products put together as a set?
http://www.bakerssecret.com/index.asp?pageId=94&pid=3


#9

It’s in the store but out of stock:

http://www.shopworldkitchen.com/bakers-secret/8pc-bakeware-set-600882


#10

Sorry, poor choice of words, I should have quoted out of stock. I’m dead, good night TT. Couldn’t find much. I’ll update above as my last thing.


#11

I made a special doll cake for a birthday and needed both 8in and 9in pans. I guess it made the width of the cake dress more in line with the size of the doll.


#12

Any idea if these pans will rust up like the cheap stuff I’ve bought at the grocery store over the years?


#13

From experience, I believe that the “Baker’s Secret” is that it rusts easily.


#14

I think most of my recipes ask for an eight inch or a nine inch cake pan. If it prefers 8" and you use a 9", the cake will be a little bit less tall and more wide. Cooking time may be need to be adjusted, too.


#15

Finally, the convo turns to quality. Is this true? I’m looking for something that actually lasts, cleans easily, doesn’t add rust to my diet.


#16

Baker’s Secret is what my mom gave me when I got my first apartment. Good to start with mainly. I burned most of my Baker’s Secret pans up in a year or so and replaced them with Wilton cake pans and cookie sheets. Me? I’d store up my 40-50% Michael’s coupons and get some of those. (I got my 9 inch pans with cake carrier for $20 at Bed Bath and Beyond. Well worth it.) They’ve held up well for me and make me look forward to Christmas baking.

I like the feel of the Regalware pans I’ve gotten from woot before, too. They feel like they last and I had better results with my breads on these.


#17

What’s the past that Sylvia fears is catching up with her? Will we ever know? Did she steal bakeware or something?


#18

I have a 6 qt pressure cooker and I can’t fit a 9 inch pan to “bake” cheesecake or other desserts.


#19

An 8" cake pan makes a taller cake - much better looking :slight_smile: (says a wooter who is vertically challenged)


#20

Walyworld: BakerEze 12-Piece Bakeware Set… $24.00

AND comes with 9" round cake pans (someone commented on 8" pans)