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    Default Beer Bread without a loaf pan?

    I wanted to try to make the beer bread, but realized I have already packed my loaf pans for the move. Do you suppose it might work in the rectangle baker? That and the round stone are all I left out!

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    Yes! A good friend of mine (who sells Tastefully Simple) prefers her's in the round pans, and I know she's done them in the 9x13 also, so I don't see why it wouldn't work for you! You may have to lessen the cook time a bit because the batter will be spread a little thinner, if you know what I mean!
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    It would work but I'd double the recipe (use both packets and 2 beers/sodas/liquid equivalent).

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    I poured the batter into it and it just didn't look like it was going to spread out right, so I dug out one of my loaf pans.

    Now, which seasoning/rub makes the best dip w/ mayo and sour cream???

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