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Sweet Treats Cake Club is delighted to host Advanced Topics in Rolled Fondant presented by B. Keith Ryder. This half day class will be held on Sunday, November 4th from 2 to 6 (snacks will be provided!), at our clubhouse located at The Countryside Village Mobile Home Park, 5050 Hamilton-Middletown Rd, Hamilton, Ohio. We will be able to accomodate up to 30 guests for this hands-on learning experience. B. Keith Ryder stumbled into cake decorating in 1996. Prior to that, he...
Buy some Wilton to play with and get a feel for, then make and use the MMF. Even with flavoring, the Wilton tastes disgusting.
My friend at work (when I worked) used to bring in amazing looking cakes and no one ever wanted to cut them. She would get offended that no one wanted to eat her cakes. Finally I told her that it wasn't that they didn't want to eat them, but that no one wanted to be the one to mess it up. After that we decided after a good hour or two, she needed to just cut them up and let the feast begin!!
I made the tastiest yellow cake and just wanted to share what I did. It was from a box (I think one with the pudding already in it) and I was just a little heavy handed with the oil and with the vanilla. Then I added a pinch of nutmeg. The nutmeg made this cake taste so amazing that I absolutely could not stay out of it. I only made the cake for my son to have something to decorate while I tried to concentrate at my cake club meeting, so it only had regular ol'...
Melvira and Quadcrew have nicely summed up my feelings on the subject - now I have nothing to say
The racetrack cake I did (in my photos) is from this site: http://jas.familyfun.go.com/recipefinder/display?id=50190Although I did mine a little differently, you get the idea, and it was easy.Good Luck and remember he is only 5 and will love whatever you put together!!
Ya'll are still clicking - right?? Just thought I would check in.
I hope someone with much more experience than I answer this, but I am pretty sure that you can live without the Wilton colorflow. Thinned out royal icing will give you the same affect - but do be sure to let it dry for at least 24 hours.
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