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I have had a KA for well over 20 years and decided that every woman should have one so I bought 3 refurbished KA from the Kitchen Aid website 3 or 4 years ago and gave them to my DILs for Christmas (wish I would have bought an extra to save for my daughter whom is now married). They all love them, and as far as I know, have never had a problem with them. I am even considering sending mine in to have it gone over but I don't want to have to go without it for even a second.
That cake is just awsome. I couldn't believe it when I finally figured out that the cake was also in the picture.
ayerim979..not offended at all. I was thinking that as well because this order came from a recommendation of someone that has already tasted my cakes and she will be at the wedding.BlakesCakes...thanks for the response. I may have to try that later and see how it works out.Thanks again everyone for the help.
After reading all of this, I am afraid to get up and go bake the cakes I need to. I can't really remember hurting myself that bad while I have been working on my cakes. I hurt myself on my bicycle instead.About 10 weeks ago my husband wanted to go for a ride just to get in a few more rotations on his bicycle before he went in to have a knee replacement 3 days later. We left and went a different route which had a down hill with a turn at the bottom of the hill. I was...
When you "extend" a cake mix, what type of pudding do you use, instant, cook or does it matter? I have got my cake mix bought again and was thinking about trying the recipe that bmoser23 posted but not sure what kind of pudding to use. Bought both to be safe.Thanks.
Thanks everyone. I was afraid of that. When I bought them, I didn't realize they were a butter recipe and I didn't have the butter needed for them. I went ahead and used the only regular mix I had and didn't put any oil in it to see what would happen. I baked the first cake and it took over an hour (had to put it back in the oven because the bottom still wasn't done completely). I am still not sure if it is cooked completely yet. I have it wrapped up setting on the...
Yesterday I baked a 6" cake using BC Butter Recipe Yellow Mix and instead of using the 1/2 cup of butter I used a 1/2 cup of oil. I didn't have any problem with it baking. Today I do another batch of the same cake mix but instead of mixing 1 box, I mixed 3 using 1 1/2 cups of oil. I baked this 10" cake for over an hour (not sure how many times I set the timer again). I had 6 1/2 cups batter in the pan and a damp cotton towel around it to help with the baking (this I...
I am interested in the answer to this question as well.
You could also consider making the base tier a dummy cake and then use the top 2 tiers as is. You will still have the basic design but not as much cake.
I have frozen cakes on several occasions. When I have extra batter, I bake a six inch layer and put it in the freezer just in case I need a quick cake for some unforseen reason in the future. I came in handy this weekend. My daughter works for a well-known drug store/pharmacy and they had a bake sell for the Make-A-Wish Foundation yesterday and she was supposed to let me know when and forgot to tell me until the night before. I took out a layer of white and a layer of...
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