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Martha stewart's recipe is the one I make all the time, but don't overbake 20 mins is good.A hit every time.
Sorry imagenthatnj, didn't see that you had already posted the link to Doug's templates
This might be what you looking for;
I recently visited a cake shop but not for the cakes, I went for the supplies for cakes. This place had everything from styrofoam, cake boxes to all kinds of dusts and tools for gumpaste, everything a home baker or hobbyists would want. I wonder if you made some room in your store and carried this stuff those same home bakers might be visiting you for their supplies. At the same time take on line oders too. Good luck with everything. cup/c
Martha Stewarts red velvet cupcakes come out very good. I am not sure if I can post her recipe or not but if you have access to a library they might have her book on cupcakes. Her devils chocolate cupcakes are good too. Hope that helps.
The lady in this video puts a lot of syrup. I guess it depends on the density of the cake.
I have used clear packaging tape, folded in a slim tube and placing on the rim of the vase, dowels under the vase. There might be a better way, this worked for me.
To make flowers out of fondant you have to add either tylose or gum tragacanth. PLace the fondant in a ziplock bag add the tylose or gum/trag and knead well. Use as desired but make sure you keep the paste wrapped in cling wrap and then air tight bag or it will dry rock hard.
This lady has been communicating for a year for a cake and still hasn't signed the contract or paid anything towards it, doesn't that tell you something? Isn't it normal to secure your date with a deposit and signed contract. I normally ask for 50% of the payment on signing and the balance a month before the event.
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