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Ok I can't find the message again but someone posted about dry red velvet cake. They posted they gave up. I am not a red velvet fan however the recipe I found I have people coming back for more time and time again and I can promise you if taken out of the oven as soon as its done you will never have a dry RVC ! If you read this PM me an I will give you the recipe!
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ok just checked 4 inches not always the rule but four inches would do the trick lol I did a 4sq 6 rd and it was fine but I did a 8 sq w/10 rd and it hung over. Does it have to be five tiers and do they have to be two layers per tier if so you are gonna end up with a lot of cake
wait let me check that lol
your rounds must be four inches bigger than your squares for them not to hang off
lol Jason said it better. Im better with the program at my finger tips than I am at explaining it :)
OK here I am your accountant baker lol well im not a CPA but I have been doing accounting for over 20 yrs.   Large Mixers, ovens, etc are an asset which you and your account will decide if you expense it over time or all at once. Usually this is decided around tax time lol   Spatulas, knives, tips etc would be expenses and deducted at the time of purchase because they can break, be lost, etc   Pans are both asset and expense. You usually expense it when you...
My neighbor boy ( he is turning 17 ) and I are NFL rivals I am a browns fan and he is a Bengals fan so I want to do something special for him
http://cakeart.com/
There is a store in Atlanta ga im pretty sure they have a online page as well. I was there on a trip once and stumbled on it. I don't remember the name but if you google bakery supplies in Atlanta or something like that you can probly find it. It had 1000's of candy molds as well as anything cake related you would ever need ...
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