Looking for panettone molds...
Hi all, I'm planning to make my family some home-made panettone for christmas, and the recipe in Gourmet only tells me where I can get them online or over the phone. Apparently King Arthur Flour offers them. Unfortunately the shipping doubles the cost!
Does anyone know where I might be able to find them in-store?
Go to "Cookin" , an extraordinary second-hand kitchen equipment shop. Gives "second hand" totally new meaning. This quirkly store has accouterments that Sur la Table wouldn't know what to do with.
339 Divisadero Street, San Francisco, CA
(415) 861-1854 Call for hours, which don't include mornings.
sign on to King Arthurs web site and add your name to be sent specials. They do have free shipping specials , I just got some stuff last week on free shipping.
Also, in order to make a traditional panettone you need to at some point hang it upside down.
I agree on Sur La Table, or maybe Spun Sugar in Berkeley.
Or just make it in an angel food cake (tube) pan- I've done it successfully many times (with the King Arthur Flour recipe), it's not the traditional shape but still tasty. If you want to hang it upside down you can do so over a wine bottle.