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Using the sturdy removable bottom of a tart pan underneath a cake simplifies the job of transferring it -- whether to a cake stand on your dining-room table or to a box for taking to a friend's home.

Comments (8)

Anonymous
July 30, 2010
I would prefer marks on the bottom of my tart pan than my nice cake platters....loved the idea
Anonymous
July 30, 2010
Or live to tell about it ..Hah!
Anonymous
July 29, 2010
Who would forget to return a tart pan bottom to Martha?? LOL
Anonymous
July 29, 2010
Oh, I thought this was going to be like support when you want cake to make you not want it! Darn!
Anonymous
July 29, 2010
I agree with all of you on your thoughts. Good job on your parts. Teamwork is what we all need at times. Your reminders and knowledge is very helpful Thanks!! Shelly
Anonymous
July 29, 2010
Yes I agree with "ginasews", this will ruin the bottom of the tart pan, and if it's French Tin they could start to rust. Better to use a piece of stiff, clean or covered cardboard or a cake round from your local bakery or cake supply store. You could even use a stiff paper plate (one or two or more if needed just cut down to size. A pizza paddle is also great for transfering stuff.
Anonymous
July 29, 2010
Tried it! Never got the bottom back!
Anonymous
July 29, 2010
Yes, and it also allows you to make hash marks in the bottom of the tart pan when slicing the cake with a knife! I wouldn't recommend this. Just sayin'.