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Postby bushibanned » 10 Oct 2005, 19:10

Moderator note: A large list of baking supply stores nationwide can be found here on page three of this thread. --DB

WCIF a pan to bake banana bread?
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Postby jdsmith » 10 Oct 2005, 21:07

I was at the Far East Department Store last week and got a glass baking dish for brownies. You should check your local Dept. Store, ask around the appliances section for a kao pan.

But if anyone knows a KILLER baking goods place, please let me know!
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Postby Tempo Gain » 10 Oct 2005, 21:31

off Shi-Da road near the welcome. it's the alley that leads to the head of the market behind the welcome, next to a coffee shop/pasta place, called mama's I believe. a lot of baking stuff, fairly expensive, but a good selection of hard to find stuff.
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Postby citizen k » 10 Oct 2005, 23:30

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Postby igorveni » 11 Oct 2005, 09:51

This is the ultimate place for baking goods. You'll find EVERYTHING you need from all kinds of flour to pans of all kind of shapes and much more.
They are specialized in baking goods.
Thanks to Enigma who answered one of my earlier post this year!
Ming Lo No. 125
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Go up Zhongshan North road from downtown Taipei. Turn left at Minsheng West Rd. which is the main road next to Mackay Hospital. Go about 2 k. to Ming Lo street and turn right. Go to number 125. This is in the Di Hua area and is near the a DaDou wharf and is next to the police station (or damn near it anyway) It is a non-descript looking store front typical of others in the area but they have a front window stacked high with restaurant size cans of various foods so it's not too hard to spot.
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Postby jdsmith » 11 Oct 2005, 09:58

igorveni wrote:This is the ultimate place for baking goods. You'll find EVERYTHING you need from all kinds of flour to pans of all kind of shapes and much more.
They are specialized in baking goods.
Thanks to Enigma who answered one of my earlier post this year!
Ming Lo No. 125
Directions:
Go up Zhongshan North road from downtown Taipei. Turn left at Minsheng West Rd. which is the main road next to Mackay Hospital. Go about 2 k. to Ming Lo street and turn right. Go to number 125. This is in the Di Hua area and is near the a DaDou wharf and is next to the police station (or damn near it anyway) It is a non-descript looking store front typical of others in the area but they have a front window stacked high with restaurant size cans of various foods so it's not too hard to spot.
Phone number 025534495 and 025578104-5
Fax 025534527


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Postby jlick » 12 Oct 2005, 09:43

Another option is the Tailung Hands store in Breeze Center, on I think the 6th floor. Anyways, it's 1 floor up from the Kinokuniya book store and 1 floor down from the movie theater.
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Postby Belgian Pie » 12 Oct 2005, 10:14

I know of at least 4-5 baking supply stores ... in Shulin (1), Taipei - Dihua, Minsheng S. Rd area (2), Yonghe near #4 park (1), Sanxia (1).

The thing is ... I know where they are, can go there but don't know the exact addresses or phone# :D
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Postby Belgian Pie » 12 Oct 2005, 10:42

Oh, when I think of it now ... I know for at least 3-4 more in Taipei ... but they are more geared to the (semi)-professional bakers ... but will sell and carry products you could use at home ... some do actually both ...
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Postby AWOL » 12 Oct 2005, 10:57

belgian pie wrote:Oh, when I think of it now ... I know for at least 3-4 more in Taipei ... but they are more geared to the (semi)-professional bakers ... but will sell and carry products you could use at home ... some do actually both ...


I'd be interested in learning more about where these ones are? thx.
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