These pans are designed to produce straight and level cakes. However it has more to do with the fact that heat is naturally transferred from the sides and bottom to the center, so your cake gets hotter faster on the sides than in the middle. The sides get set early and stop rising, while the middle is still soft and continues rising. If the batter is thick enough, when you put it into the pan, push a greater amount of it to the outer edges and get it in quickly to your preheated oven.
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CHEFS Catalog, Colorado Springs
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