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Please help identify this lidded baking pan?

Posted by milesdzyn (My Page) on
Sun, Oct 4, 09 at 3:03

I got this for $1.00 and thought of it for making scottish meatloaf, which is cooked by placing a covered pan suspended in a pan of boiling water. Here is a link to the photos:

The pan looks like a old gelatin mold, has a lid that fits tightly and two clips secure the lid firmly in place. The lid has a handle on top and the lid itself has a decorative step design that may have a purpose.

My initial thoughts were gelatin mold or old fruit cake bakeing pan. The pan is 4.5" tall 4.5" diameter at the base and 6" diameter at the lid

Any info would help, Thanks Miles

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RE: Please help identify this lidded baking pan?

Mosst likely a pudding steamer.

RE: Please help identify this lidded baking pan?

Thank you leel, I never heard of such a thing as a pudding steamer, but it sounds good and sounds like the same methode for making scottish meatloaf, so I guess it'll work for my needs.

Thanks again,Miles

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