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H. Grove (errantdreams) "Errant Dreams Reviews": Many people see cheesecake-baking as a frightening art second only to souffle-baking in its mysteriousness and perils. However, with the right pan it's incredibly easy. For me, the Kaiser La Forme springform pan is that pan.There are several things about cooking cheesecake that can get tricky. One is the distribution of heat. You really need your cheesecake to cook evenly if you want to end up with something that isn't too dry around the edges and smushy in the middle. The Kaiser La Forme pans are heavy-gauge steel that distributes heat evenly.Another potential problem is dripping. Past springform pans that I've owned have resulted in smoke alarms going off because butter from the crust of something I was baking leaked out from around the attached side and over the edge of the bottom. This is extremely unlikely to happen with a Kaiser La Forme pan. Not only is the fit particularly good so as to avoid leakage in the first place, but there's a lip around the edge that will also catch any drips and help to keep them from going overboard onto the floor of the oven. I no longer have to put a cookie sheet underneath my cheesecakes or wrap the bottom of the pan in tinfoil.Still another problem is releasing the cheesecake from the bottom of the pan. Many traditional pans are too delicate for cutting directly on top of them, yet it's next to impossible to get a cheesecake off of its base intact; the Kaiser La Forme pans have a cut-resistant base. I still try not to bear down too hard on them because I hate the idea of damaging them, but I use metal knives on them without a problem. This makes it easy to cut and serve your cheesecake straight from the pan bottom (which is fairly attractive and, because of that lip, easy to hold onto when serving). Also, as long as you use a thin layer of butter to grease the pan before filling, the cheesecake will come up fairly easily. I've had pans where you pretty much had to scrape the darn thing off and this just isn't a problem with the Kaiser La Forme pans.The literature says to hand-wash the Kaiser, but I must shamefacedly admit that in the face of gooey cheesecake detritus I toss mine in the dishwasher. It has held up fine so far!All in all I love my Kaiser La Forme springform pans, and although I only use them a few times a year, I wouldn't give up their cherished spot in my cupboards.
J. C. Nicholas: My wife has been using this pan at least once a month for several years. It is heavy duty - no dings, no dents no warping - it still looks new (well, almost) It cooks evenly and cleans up easily.
Kaye: I've only had a chance to use this pan once, but I was happy with it. It didn't leak, I did not use it in a water bath, but I did put a pan of water in the oven to raise the humidity and my cheese cake didn't crack. It released easily. Overall, well worth the money in my opinion.
Michela: Kaiser LaForme Nonstick Springform pans are the best pans for making cheesecake. Since recipes vary, you may want to check the size you will need. The 9-inch springform pan would be used for a large cheesecake. I love mine for making New York-style cheesecake. The bottom of this pan can be used for a serving plate but be sure to use a plastic server or spatula. The heavy nonstick coating on this pan makes clean-up easy! Highly recommended!
Ms Muffet: I bought this pan to use with my new "Junior's CheesecakeCookbook" and I'm so glad I did. This is a very well-madenon-stick springform pan which has a unique design thatprevents it from warping and leaking. The cheesecaketurned out just like the picture in the book - perfect!It's an expensive pan, but quality doesn't come cheap;it should last a lifetime. This is a "must have" panfor cheesecake and I highly recommend it.