Originally Posted by Viennagirl
You are soo right!
I need to have my head examined to have asked this question.
I should have asked it differently.
like: is it possible to patent a recipe?
a previous forum...
I'm thinking - if this fantastic idea is on Pinterest.... then possibly millions have already seen it
If it is THAT simple to replicate/change - WHY would you want to 'patent' it? what for? to SELL to...
Its not necessary to do this prior to freezing - its also NOT necessary to freeze it immediately after baking - in fact you should NEVER try to remove a warm mudcake from its tin - best to leave cool in tin - remove, wrap WELL and then...
Originally Posted by MustangMollie
The mix was put together by Caroline's (it's in their packaging, not Bakel's). I wish. Knew what Madeira is supposed to taste like .... I have no clue if this us good or bad :/
Originally Posted by remnant3333
The cake is very cute with the chandelier and the couple. I am sure someone here will be able to tell you where to find the right stencils!! Good luck.
They were NOT made...
Do you mean the pic that is above or the one that was done by the original Australian designer?
I know for a fact that the original one she did she hand cut it from fondant - she has done many versions, so this one might not be...
Sorry but although the concept might be the same - these stencils would not do this design justice!
Original design is a sleek, elegant looking modern bride & modern groom - this stencil is ... well..... NOT that !
Originally Posted by BatterUpCake
Hmmm...in just about every thread concerning servings the Wilton Chart is recommended with some preferring Earlenes. I have NEVER seen another method recommended besides these 2....