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Zeke



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PostPosted: Wednesday 12-28-2016 9:33 am    Post subject: Parchment paper Reply with quote

I tried parchment paper for the first time on another cheesecake I made for Christmas dinner. I used it so I could lift out the cake to display on the dessert table. Worked great, but is there a way to fold that stuff so you do not get the seams showing in your food? I only plan on using that stuff when I need to lift something out of the DO.
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cphubert



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PostPosted: Friday 12-30-2016 6:02 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

When presentation is a concern I cut it to fit, I buy parchment by the roll use the inside lip of the lid for a pattern and press and cut shape to fit bottom of DO then cut 3" or 4" wide strip full length for the side wall. If you need to a little Crisco or coconut oil will hold it up in place in a cold DO while you fill it with your mix. I am sure others will have other ideas also but this works for me so far with good results the parchment peels away from the side and the top after flipping.
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Zeke



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PostPosted: Saturday 12-31-2016 7:43 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

That is great advice, thank you.

How would you lift the cheesecake out of the DO. I made one without parchment, cut it in the DO and took it out piece by piece. worked well but, time consuming.
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PostPosted: Thursday 3-23-2017 12:17 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Zeke. I'm just posting on using parchment paper. I may have your solution except with artisan bread I'm not concerned about a wrinkle or two on the sides.

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