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hey everyone im trying to make this apple basket cake it is two tiers im doing the top out of rice crispy and fondat treats and the bottem out of cake and fondat. im painting the basket a light brown any tips about the cake that will make it easyer to make thanks so much.
OH ONE MORE QUESTION I ALWAYS BAKE MY CAKES IN THE CENTRE OF THE OVEN BUT EVERY TIME I TAKE THEM OUT THERE IS A HUGE DOME AND I WAIST HALF THE CAKE I TRYED BAKING STRIPS THEY DIDNT WORK I REALLY NEED HELP ON THIS THANKS SO MUCH FOR ANY REPLYSS

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I don't want to offend anyone, and I'm afraid I don't know the answer. I know this site is great for sharing and there are ton's of free advice and tutorials out there so I'm sure someone can answer.

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Turn down your oven...put a pan of water on the rack beneath your cakes.

I've purchased videos and have found my abilities/finished product change immensely from amateur to professional looking. Sometimes you just pick up an unrelated trick that changes your whole outcome.

I must admit, too, that I just love watching them for pure entertainment!
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