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 Post subject: Can anyone identify this?
PostPosted: Sun Aug 14, 2005 12:44 am 
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I found what I believe to be some kind of baking pan, but it is unusual looking. It is like a muffin pan - for 1/2 doz. - but the cups are rounded - that is, ball shaped but shallow like just the top 1/4 of a ball. Two of the cups have a leaf pattern, two have a shell pattern, and two are plain. It is stamped with "Minute Maid" and "made in US America".

The S.O. thinks it is some kind of jello or popsicle mold, but I am not ready to agree yet.

Any guesses or educated opinions?


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IS THERE ANY WAY TO POST A PICTURE OF THIS ITEM?


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YES I know exactly what you have there, very popular down here in OZ,
IT is called down here a Gem scone patty pan,
Feel happy I joined this forum just so I could answer your request!
They are very good for making butterfly cakes,or mini muffins or even round lamingtons.
Angel in OZ.


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I have to agree with Angel, we used them at Johnson and Wales to make decrative scones, muffins and such.


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A belated Thank You here. I thought perhaps it might have something to do with scones. Glad my hunch was right. Sorry that I never posted a pic - had some computer problems about that time.[/img]


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Ethnic Hash.
Here is an old Australian recipe for Gem Scones...enjoy


Gem Scones

Ingredients

1 tablespoon butter, 1 desertspoon sugar,

pinch salt,

2 small cups flour,

2 level teaspoons baking powder,

1 egg,

½ cup milk.

Method: Cream butter and sugar, add egg, beat well. Add flour and baking powder, sifted well, and then add milk. Drop mixture in desertspoonfuls into very hot buttered gem scone irons and cook in hot oven till brown.





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PostPosted: Fri Jun 29, 2007 5:27 pm 
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Does everyone else get hungry everytime they come here?

I'm so glad someone was able to tell you what kind of pan that was. It's frustrating to have something, know it's not what others have said it is, but be unable to find it's true use.

Now I have to go buy a scone pan. I'm suddenly craving scones and aebleskivers.

I need to make a trip to Solvang *smiles*

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 Post subject: Re: Can anyone identify this?
PostPosted: Thu Aug 14, 2008 8:54 pm 
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yes I am always hungry, surely must be because of the medications I am on....
Goodness I cannot possibly blame myself, I can blame it on thr "middle aged spread!!!"
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PostPosted: Wed Oct 24, 2012 9:25 pm 
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thanks for the recipe.


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