DIY baking supply / supplies

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Re: DIY baking supply / supplies

Postby Steve4nLanguage » 08 Jul 2012, 11:47

There's a large baking store in Taoyuan City that I didn't see on the list. Some of the foreigners here refer to it as "The Big Yellow Store."

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Re: DIY baking supply / supplies

Postby Dragonbones » 08 Jul 2012, 14:46

Thanks Steve4nLanguage, I'll add that.
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Re: DIY baking supply / supplies

Postby dannypamu » 04 Oct 2012, 16:08

Does anyone know where to find cookie cutters/molds of unusual shapes? I'm planning on making shortbread biscuits for Christmas/Halloween and need some molds! Thanks!
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Re: DIY baking supply / supplies

Postby Dragonbones » 04 Oct 2012, 18:37

The DIY baking supply stores. The Nangang shop in the list often has good ones. Also try online (in Chinese) at Ruten.
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Re: DIY baking supply / supplies

Postby dannypamu » 04 Oct 2012, 23:36

Thanks! Will check it out! :)
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Re: DIY baking supply / supplies

Postby B-I-Y » 25 Oct 2012, 23:47

I notice that there is a great number of people asking for a good baking supplies store so please bear with our self-introduction. We are a premier cake decorating specialty store from Singapore that is opening 1 November 2012 in 24 Changan West Road.http://www.b-i-y.com.twor http://www.facebook.com/BakeItYourself.TW

We carry the world's top brands for bakeware and cake decorating product - Wilton, PME, Americolor, JEM, CK Products, Silikomart, and many others. The bakeware range is huge - we have novelty shaped cake pans, pans of all shapes and sizes, including very large 12" ones, muffin pans etc, as well as baking tools and gadgets. Since we are decorating specialists, we carry the widest range of decorating products in Taiwan - colors, molds, cutters, rolling pins (large plain and textured), silicon mats, candles, candy making products, sprinkles and jimmies, edible icing images...there's just too many to list here. We also conduct Wilton and PME courses. Just have a look at our facebook - we're counting down the days to opening! Hope to see you soon at the store! :discodance:
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Re: DIY baking supply / supplies

Postby Mamytha » 23 Mar 2013, 16:14

Thanks for all the informations, will have to shop there soon!!!
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Re: DIY baking supply / supplies

Postby david4993 » 02 Apr 2013, 22:57

Thanks for the info. Good job.
In addition to it's 'Kaohsiung County' location, 旺來興食品原料行 has a store in north Kaohsiung.
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Re: DIY baking supply / supplies

Postby Icon » 03 Apr 2013, 09:49

B-I-Y wrote:I notice that there is a great number of people asking for a good baking supplies store so please bear with our self-introduction. We are a premier cake decorating specialty store from Singapore that is opening 1 November 2012 in 24 Changan West Road.http://www.b-i-y.com.twor http://www.facebook.com/BakeItYourself.TW

We carry the world's top brands for bakeware and cake decorating product - Wilton, PME, Americolor, JEM, CK Products, Silikomart, and many others. The bakeware range is huge - we have novelty shaped cake pans, pans of all shapes and sizes, including very large 12" ones, muffin pans etc, as well as baking tools and gadgets. Since we are decorating specialists, we carry the widest range of decorating products in Taiwan - colors, molds, cutters, rolling pins (large plain and textured), silicon mats, candles, candy making products, sprinkles and jimmies, edible icing images...there's just too many to list here. We also conduct Wilton and PME courses. Just have a look at our facebook - we're counting down the days to opening! Hope to see you soon at the store! :discodance:


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Re: DIY baking supply / supplies

Postby Steve4nLanguage » 03 Apr 2013, 10:35

Thanks for the post B-I-Y. I've been looking all over for a pastry cutter, and you have it!
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