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Few Baking Pans and A Mamiya

July 4th Weekend Shopping:

We have been looking for these things for a while and this weekend got lucky. Vijay got his camera from an online store and I got my cute baking pans at local flea market, both at great prices. Here they are – baking pans and a Mamiya.

Posted by Indira©Copyrighted in Zen (Personal) (Monday July 3, 2006 at 4:40 pm- permalink)
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  1. Heyyyy,I am the first to comment this time..I hve visited 20 times since morning to see if you have posted something or not.Even I did some shopping yesterday.Ever since I saw your cast iron pans,I wanted to get few since I dont have even one :-(.Yesterday,even I got lucky and got 3 of them.I also looked at the bread baking tray but i did not get the size that was shown in your pics.Wonder where you got it from,Indira!!And also congrats on your bakeware items.

    Comment by Anu — July 3, 2006 @ 4:47 pm

  2. 🙂
    Congrats on your purchase, Anu. I am happy for you. Where did you buy them from?
    Which bread baking tray? Do you remember the recipe name?

    Comment by Indira — July 3, 2006 @ 4:54 pm

  3. Mamiya looks great. Does it have any digital back?

    Comment by Vamsi — July 3, 2006 @ 5:38 pm

  4. Hi Indira,
    Thanks.I got the pans from Elder Beerman.The bread baking tray that I was refering to is featured in your Honey whole wheat bread.The ones that I saw here are not very deep but yours look very deep in the picture.I saw similiar to what is posted in the picture above.Where did you get your bread tray?

    Comment by Anu — July 3, 2006 @ 10:10 pm

  5. I think the next blog you start should be related to photography! All of your pics are always amazing! They look so professional.

    Comment by Shoshauna — July 4, 2006 @ 2:18 am

  6. Indira,
    Looking forward to (Read: Already salivating at :)) all the goodies that will come out of the baking pans.

    Comment by Vaishali — July 4, 2006 @ 7:15 am

  7. Hi,

    Packing up to move to Bangalore was second priority today. Got busy on net to know more about Mamiya RB 67…

    Thanks for the “sophesticated” post:)

    When are you starting photo blogging.. believe me it does help people like us with poor photography but rich interest.


    Comment by Aparna — July 4, 2006 @ 8:57 am

  8. Your pans look so good. Now waiting for the recipes 🙂

    Comment by krithika — July 4, 2006 @ 10:22 am

  9. Vamsi,
    This is an all manual, Medium Format film camera and doesn’t have any digital back. The model is Mamiya RB67. I bought the body and will also get a lens soon.

    Comment by Vijay — July 4, 2006 @ 2:49 pm

  10. great photos on the site. keep it up

    Comment by venky — July 4, 2006 @ 4:54 pm

  11. hi, indira, hey, i’ve got the same fluted pans!! look forward to seeing what you use them for. though i have to say i envy you the tube pans. they are sooo cute and would be lovely to make little cakes in. great buy!

    Comment by stefoodie — July 5, 2006 @ 7:51 am

  12. Hello Indira,

    Your website is always very informative and pleasing to eye.

    I connect with you a a best friend as I love to cook and I go to flee market every sat and sunday and find trmendous bargain. I am from lynchburg VA. The flee mkt is 4 min drive from my place.

    I made the pongal it was delish.

    Excellent work. Keep it up.

    Comment by Gauri — July 5, 2006 @ 8:23 am

  13. Hi Anu: Thanks for your reply.
    I purchased that bread baking pan from 1 dollar store. It’s a standard aluminum bread-baking pan.
    The one shown in this post is Laforme bread baking pan – here is the link.
    Thanks and happy cast-iron cooking!:)

    Shoshauna, Vaishali and Kirthika – thanks. I am looking for recipes with these pans. If you have any particular recipe using these baking pans, please share. I’ll certainly try. Thanks.

    Aparna: Good luck with the move and best wishes.
    I’ve asked Vijay to write an article about food photography for “mahanandi”. Right now he is extremely busy with studies and work, but he promised me to write one soon with lots of tips. Thanks for your interest, Aparna.

    Venky – Thanks.

    Thanks Stef. They are fun little cute things, aren’t they? I have been looking for them for a while, finally got them this weekend at a price I like to pay.:)

    Fellow FM fan :). Thanks Gauri.

    Comment by Indira — July 5, 2006 @ 2:53 pm

  14. Hi Indira,

    I recently came across your site and i love all recipes posted by you. I started trying few and all turned out well. Great job. Hats off to you:) I am pregnant and badly craving for fluffy idlis. But i dont have a pressure cooker. So when i cook it in a pan with closed lid they either turn out hard or become watery.
    so please help me with a good pressure cooker.please reply ASAP.

    Comment by prabha — July 12, 2006 @ 10:00 am

  15. Hi Indira & Vijay Singari,

    I came across your web site while surfing for recipies. Since then I have become a frequent visitor. We can really appreciate your passion for food and photography. Keep up the excellent work.


    Comment by Sreevidya and Kishore — July 13, 2006 @ 10:17 pm

  16. No kidding!! I was looking at the pictures and thinking how the hell did you get such wonderful pictures… the Mamiya explains it! I am not belittling the talent it takes to get these shots! Great work.

    Comment by twisted dna — July 17, 2006 @ 7:00 pm

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