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Baking enthusiasts, Please help with my Xmas gift

I actually updated the quantity of the 6cup cupcake min to two. They didn't make a 12 cupcake size that was in stock. So it will have to do.

I will definitely look into the spatula item.

Thanks for your input!

Dec 05, 2012
cluelesshusband in Cookware

Baking enthusiasts, Please help with my Xmas gift

Ah the scale does liquids and solids. I should be fine no?

http://www.amazon.com/Salter-3003-Aqu...

Dec 05, 2012
cluelesshusband in Cookware

Baking enthusiasts, Please help with my Xmas gift

This is going to sound like a silly question.

But if I had a digital scale, why would I need a measuring cup?

Dec 05, 2012
cluelesshusband in Cookware

Baking enthusiasts, Please help with my Xmas gift

Thanks guys. So far i think I am going to be getting this:

..http://i.imgur.com/i5ZfJ.jpg

Anything else you think I should add? There is a baking sheet that I forgot to add on the screenshot.

Forgot to mention I live in Europe, hence the Amazon EU preferences.

Dec 05, 2012
cluelesshusband in Cookware

Baking enthusiasts, Please help with my Xmas gift

Hah, $329 for a scale.. You have to be kidding me. But it's chrome plated...so tempting. I think I am gunna grab the Salter 3003 though.

Dec 05, 2012
cluelesshusband in Cookware

Baking enthusiasts, Please help with my Xmas gift

At the moment we have one large glass salad bowl she uses to mix things in. And two depreciated flat metal pans that look haggard and old. That is it, Mixing is done by hand on her part. :(

Dec 05, 2012
cluelesshusband in Cookware

Baking enthusiasts, Please help with my Xmas gift

I will throw scale on the list. Is there a specific model anyone recommends? Or are they all the same?

Dec 05, 2012
cluelesshusband in Cookware

Baking enthusiasts, Please help with my Xmas gift

My wife likes to bake brownies, cookies, the sort. And maybe a cake here and there. Today she made some cinnamon buns which were nice though.

Dec 05, 2012
cluelesshusband in Cookware

Baking enthusiasts, Please help with my Xmas gift

Hey, Xmas is coming up, and I want to get some amazing gifts for my wife. She loves baking, but unfortunately has almost zero quality baking supplies. I looked online for baking sets and I saw some things that would be interesting. (Rachael Ray Oven Lovin' Nonstick Bakeware 5-Piece Bakeware Set. Please don't judge, Amazon gave it good reviews?) But the problems is I do not bake, and I have no idea what's good, what works, and what I should avoid.

Any recommendations for baking related supplies and materials? I have about 200USD to spend.
Thanks

Dec 05, 2012
cluelesshusband in Cookware