Searching for a springform tube pan that is NOT non-stick

My ancient 9" springform tube pan finally died and I am searching for a new one. I don't like or trust non-stick coatings, especially if I am going to apply heat. Visits to the usual high-end cookware stores as well as my wonderful local hardware have yielded nothing but non-stick pans. I've tried eBay. Any ideas?

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Nancy November 6, 2015
Rose Levy Beranbaum recommended in her Cake Bible a sort of tube accessory which can convert any round cake pan into a tube pan. If I remember rightly, it plain metal...regular, no coating.
Have a look at the baking supply or restaurant supply houses for this, if the solutions proposed so far don't work out.
 
calendargirl November 6, 2015
Thank you so much everyone! Fantes.com carries a tin version which will be perfect. Katom's offerings lean toward angel food pans, but I love knowing about this place and have been oggling their wares. And I never knew of Smart & Final either, so I have learned a lot through my query. In the end, professional restaurant supply houses win (again)!
 
HalfPint November 6, 2015
Try Fantes.com.
 
cookbookchick November 6, 2015
Go to katom.com, a restaurant supply company. They seem to have some.
 
702551 November 6, 2015
I suggest you try Amazon and your local restaurant supply stores, the professional grade ones, not Sur La Table or Williams-Sonoma. Also, maybe Smart & Final. They are discount chain, so they might have the plain ones.

Not sure if a dollar store would carry the plain ones, but if you drive by one, it can't hurt to pop your head in.

Good luck.
 
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