Farringdon Cooling Rack Reviews
Product Type: Farringdon gadgets
Newest Review: ... when making cakes and cookies as it allows the air to circulate when cooling, which stops your cakes and biscuits getting ... more
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Customer Farringdon Cooling Rack Reviews (9)
by - written on 14/01/13 (Very useful, 19 readings)
You wouldn't think that something so seemingly simple is actually worth researching before buying, but surprisingly it is! My wife bakes lots of cakes, and we tend to do a lot of cooking involving dishes where you can turf things out that isn't baking as well. Cooling trays are an important part of baking, in particular, and it's handy to have something that is practical in many ways, not least how the wires are designed. These Farringdon cooling trays are slickly designed. Meauring approx 40cm by 25cm, they're designed to be able to hold a number of baked goods while supporting the weight with the angular feet allowing for a little bit of give. There's a ... Read the complete review
by - written on 11/01/13 (Very useful, 64 readings)
I'm always baking cakes, cupcakes and cookies. Five days out of seven I would say that there's always a delicious smell of baking wafting from my kitchen. One of the essential items for home baking I would say is a cooling rack. You can improvise though if you don't have one and use other household items instead; I've successfully used the shelves from my oven, the grill racks from my roasting tins, and 'Lamplig pot stands or trivets from Ikea. All of these have worked well enough for me, but there's drawbacks to all of them. If you use the shelves from the oven, then what happens if you need to put another batch of baked goodies in, or need to cook something ... Read the complete review
by - written on 21/10/12 (Very useful, 60 readings)
I absolutely love to bake. Now I might not always be the best baker but occasionally I get something perfect. I have a cupcake maker for the days when I need to batch bake or want to just be lazy. This is fantastic and the majority of my cakes end up on this cooling rack. I bought my cooling rack about 2 years ago, maybe more, from Amazon and they can be picked up for just a few pounds. This is fantastic for something that can mean the difference between soggy slightly ruined cupcakes and light, fluffy delicious ones that are perfect. This cooling rack is 40 cm by 25 cm and it is a generous enough size for the occasional baker. For example, today I baked two ... Read the complete review
by - written on 05/02/12 (Very useful, 26 readings)
For anyone who does baking of any kind a cooling rack is an essential item. I bought a little cheap one when I first moved into my own home but this has proved to not be big enough. I had thought about getting a 2 or 3 tier rack but I kept thinking that the food cooling in the middle rack is getting sandwiched between the heat from the racks above and below it. Instead I opted for the Farrigdon Cooling Rack which I found on Amazon for approximately £4.00. The Farrringdon cooling rack is rectangle, which in my opinion is better than a circular rack, and measures 25cm's x 40cm's and I can easily fit 48 regular sized buns on the tray to cool. Its made from a ... Read the complete review
by - written on 21/01/13 (Very useful, 36 readings)
Since getting married I have had a cooling rack that has done me just fine up until recently. With having a very active toddler running around I don't get just as much time to bake, so when I do I like to make scones etc in bulk. When making things in bulk, one cooling rack is simply not enough and so I went looking for a second one that wouldn't cost a lot, but do what I needed it to do, and having some money left on an amazon voucher, amazon was my first port of call, where I bought this Farringdon cooling rack which cost me around £4 at the time I purchased. This cooling rack measures 40cm by 25cm so is obviously rectangular in shape but I find it to be a ... Read the complete review
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