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dont put it in the fridge, and any air bubbles can be sorted with the prick of a fine needle, just smooth it out after or fill the hole with a little royal icing,x
I too have a cannon, one of the best buys i have brought, expensive but worth the money.
agree a price beforehand, you cant compete with store cakes, if they want a hand made personal cake they will pay for it, x
i have done this a couple of time, but you are prone to getting bubbles, if you can prick them with a needle and fill the hole with a little royal icing,x
i dont think you can beat a cake from scratch, wouldnt dream of using a mix, x
hi, i'd just put it down to experience, will probably bother you for weeks but you'll get over it, it happens to the best of us, x
hi, I just brought one of these a couple of weeks ago, i must say i wish i had got one months ago, used it three times this week already, one of my cakes i used it for was a bible, http://cakecentral.com/gallery/2303435/bible?sub=2303436 ,x
there is a tutorial on here for topsy turvy cakes if that is what you ate after.
I have just had a go at doing these on a cake, I used the skewers to get the pleats but I slightly damped the cake and placed them on.http://cakecentral.com/gallery/2124331/2124332
here in the uk they are on about doing away with use buy dates as they are missleading, if it tastses ok then i would use it if it was going to be eaten straight away.
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