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where to get panetonne paper mold?

cakediva Apr 8, 2009 07:07 PM

I'm preparing to make panetonne. Does anyone know where I can get the paper molds? I tried the Sur la Table in Irvine (Spectrum) but they don't have any. I'm out here in South Orange County.


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    Cinnamon RE: cakediva Apr 8, 2009 08:11 PM

    It's *possible* I saw paper molds for cakes of various kinds at the Sur La Table in Santa Monica, if you want to call. I didn't see anything on their Website though, and it wouldn't have been specific to your kind of bread/cake.

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      jaykayen RE: cakediva Apr 8, 2009 08:25 PM


      1. Funwithfood RE: cakediva Apr 8, 2009 09:33 PM

        Sur la Table in Corona Del Mar (next to Bristol Farms) had them. Call first.

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          Cinnamon RE: Funwithfood Apr 8, 2009 11:01 PM

          And another voice of confirmation that some Sur La Table's carry them is at the top of this L.A. Times piece...

        2. mnosyne RE: cakediva Apr 9, 2009 08:58 AM

          I bought some at Sur La Table Santa Monica but it was at Christmastime when they are more seasonal. The papers at Surfas have lower sides, more like loaf papers.

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            jencounter RE: cakediva Apr 9, 2009 09:59 AM

            I'm not sure if mail order will work for you, but they're available at the King Arthur Flour website.

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              mikester RE: cakediva Apr 9, 2009 11:01 AM

              I'd be surprised if Chef's Toys, in Fountain Valley (right off the 405) didn't have it.

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                Feed_me RE: mikester Apr 9, 2009 09:36 PM

                I've never been to the place, but you might try Gloria's in Culver City. They specialize in cake and candy making supplies. Could be worth a call. http://gloriascakecandysuplys.com/sto...
                I've seen the place across from B&B hardware on Washington Blvd.

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                cakediva RE: cakediva Apr 10, 2009 11:23 AM

                Thanks all for the suggestions! I'm visiting so I'm not very familiar with the stores in the area. Chef's Toys, Surfas, don't carry them; Gloria's only has the cupcake and the large sized molds. But the Sur la Table in Newport Beach does have them, so, I'm on my way!

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                  cakewhole RE: cakediva Apr 11, 2009 08:55 PM

                  Sounds like this is a bit late, but they do have them at the Sur La Table in Manhattan Beach- ranging from .25 to .75 a piece.

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