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post #106 of 132
CAN'T WAIT to try it for myself thanks for the instructions
post #107 of 132
I think the topsy turvy cake is a great specialty cake. But can someone provide me with tips on the best way to cut and serve it. Tips on cutting and serving any cake with stacked construction would be most helpful.
post #108 of 132
Wow, that's really cool.

I'm a pastry chef and even I find that recipe appealing.
Here is a link to a great cooking school if you are keen to hone your cake building ability a bit more, I was very happy with it:
http://www.hostec.com/international-academy/certificate-three-patisserie.html
post #109 of 132
Thank you very very much for sharing !!!
post #110 of 132
Cool thanks for that. I hope you cooks out there find it helpful icon_smile.gif
post #111 of 132
Thread Starter 
To those having problems with the photos not getting larger, I have no idea why...I thought you could just click on them to get them bigger. If you need, you can PM me your email address and I can email the file to you.
Expecting our little munchkin around 12/22!!



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post #112 of 132
Hey Sarsi, I tried clicking on the images to open up the other window but the first two pages wouldn't open. Do you have any suggestions. Thank you so much for posting this. I can't wait to try this.
post #113 of 132
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Sure, PM me with your email address and I can send you a Word file! icon_smile.gif
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post #114 of 132
thanks for this thread
post #115 of 132
Thank you for sharing the instructions Sarsi! I never thought it's just as simple as that. I hope I'll do it right though. icon_smile.gif
post #116 of 132
Thanks for the tutorial! I'm going to make one of these in a couple of weeks and have two questions. 1) Are you using both of the wedges you cut for each of the tiers or just one wedge? 2) Do you think this would survive a 4 hour road trip? Thanks.
post #117 of 132
hi thanks for posting the instructions they look great. I'm going to give it a try from these. just wondered though you say you hammer a dowel all the way through. cake boards we have here are too thick to do that and only supposed to use the plastic dowels - any tips on how i can secure them together as I won't get one through the board to the base. Also do you cover the top tier in fondant before putting dowel through as i'm thinking about there being the hole in the top - maybe i'm getting it wrong. any advice appreciated thank you
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post #118 of 132
Fantastic, Just what i was looking for!!
post #119 of 132
can't find the instructions....I went through the whole post. I did find a link but it says error not found. PLEASE I really need these instructions. PLEASE help me find them. TIA
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post #120 of 132
YAY! someone helped me and I found it! Thanks
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