I got the Cake Bible for Christmas (yay!!) and am SO ready to start making cakes from scratch instead of from a box! I also got a 5 quart bowl lift KA, a digital food scale, measuring cups and spoons, and cake flour. I am missing one thing, though…PANS!!
In the Cake Bible, Rose talks about how 2” pans are taller than what the recipes are planned for, so you have to adjust the recipe accordingly. I am terrified of adjusting, so I reeeeally want to find the right size pan. However, I’m stuck at work (borrrrrring job) and browsing amazon for pans, and I can’t remember the right height (is it 1.75”?) to try to find! I did find one pan (link) that looks like it *might* be what I need, but it says it is aluminum-clad steel. Is that as heat-conductive as plain ol aluminum? Can anyone recommend a certain pan, either on amazon or elsewhere, within my budget of $10 or less per pan? Less than that would be even better. If I don’t find anything within a few days, I’m just going to get the Wilton set of 2 9"x2” pans for $11, so the price has to compete with that fairly well (I need more money!!!)
Thanks for any help anyone is able to give!