What is this meatloaf pan shaped like?

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16 Comments

Bret

about 11 years ago

Hulk Hogan? Jesse Ventura?

Paul Lundgren

about 11 years ago

Woah! Bret got it on the first guess!

Meatloaf248572

Hulk Hogan is the answer! Thanks for playing our game, and remember, don't let your meat loaf.

Beverly

about 11 years ago

Ha! I was going to say the Virgin Mary.

Lucie1970

about 11 years ago

Wow, THAT is a treasure. I think when the Antique Roadshow rolls into town you should be first in line.

Bad Cat!

about 11 years ago

I was going to guess Hasslehoff.

eco eco

about 11 years ago

I thought it was Miss West Duluth.

Admackbar

about 11 years ago

I've never lived there, but sometimes I miss West Duluth too.

vicarious

about 11 years ago

I'm more interested in the actual meat loaf than the pan.

huitz

about 11 years ago

Loaf or not, I immediately saw a man with burly arms.  Does that make me gay?

Bret

about 11 years ago

Now you all have me wondering.

jenny

about 11 years ago

A wad of shredded animal muscles? Oh... well, I was mostly right!

Paul Lundgren

about 11 years ago

The Hulk pan also works nicely for cakes.

Hulkcake

Camila

about 11 years ago

I'd love to see this guy frosted. 

http://www.wilton.com/shapedpans/browse.cfm?start=1

As you can see, Wilton carries a large assortment of quality shaped pans (a small selection of them can be found at Michaels). 
 
You should be able to acquire the discontinued pans (like the surprisingly popular Darth Vader one) on eBay.

Happy Baking!

Camila

about 11 years ago

PS: For cakes that you don't plan on frosting, try substituting the traditional grease-and-flour pan prepping with your favorite nonstick spray and powdered sugar. 

For an extra sweet treat, top with fresh whipped cream. To help your cream retain its stiff peaks, add about a teaspoon or so of  instant vanilla pudding mix before whipping. :)

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