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post #16 of 19
If you go to her facebook page she recently released a tutorial for square cakes. I think she's called Torta Couture Cakes or Torta Cakes not sure. Google it. icon_smile.gif

Jessica Harris' craftsy class also covers a square cake, but it's a basic class so I'm not sure you'd want to pay for it if you have a working knowledge of covering cakes.

The ganache may be stiff depending on the ambient temp of your kitchen. You can zap it in the microwave for short bursts of time to get it to the consistency you want.

EDIT: Just went back to read the first post and duh... her facebook page is there lol.
post #17 of 19

Woke up this morning and the ganache is peanut butter consistency. Now I have the opposite concern. Will it firm up enough once I ganache the cake? Can I pipe it as a dam and put it in the fridge to firm up or will it just soften back up to peanut butter consistency at room temp?

post #18 of 19
That is so frikkin' amazing!! My first attempt with ganache was terrible- have not tried it again since!! Hopefully this will help!!
post #19 of 19

Absolute Perfection!!  Cannot wait for the tutorial!!icon_biggrin.gif

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