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post #16 of 21
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Where's the butter? Buttercream should contain butter in order to be called buttercream. This can be called icing, or frosting, or high-ration shorteningcream, but buttercream..... no way.



Call it anything you wish! Be sure to call it tasty, smooth, reliable, stable, and popular. There may be tons of varieties of buttercream, frosting, etc., but this recipe is loved by many and it does more than get the job done. I think anytime someone is generous enough to share their recipes and talents, such as Sharon Zambito, it overshadows the critics. Thanks, Sharon! Let's all focus more on the spirit it takes to share than the spirit it takes to criticize. You will live a happier life.



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post #17 of 21
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Originally Posted by DeeDelightful

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Originally Posted by Godot

Where's the butter? Buttercream should contain butter in order to be called buttercream. This can be called icing, or frosting, or high-ration shorteningcream, but buttercream..... no way.



Call it anything you wish! Be sure to call it tasty, smooth, reliable, stable, and popular. There may be tons of varieties of buttercream, frosting, etc., but this recipe is loved by many and it does more than get the job done. I think anytime someone is generous enough to share their recipes and talents, such as Sharon Zambito, it overshadows the critics. Thanks, Sharon! Let's all focus more on the spirit it takes to share than the spirit it takes to criticize. You will live a happier life.



thumbs_up.gificon_biggrin.gifthumbs_up.gif I 'm with ya!
Just when the caterpillar thought life was over it bloomed into something beautiful.
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Just when the caterpillar thought life was over it bloomed into something beautiful.
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post #18 of 21
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Originally Posted by DeeDelightful

Quote:
Originally Posted by Godot

Where's the butter? Buttercream should contain butter in order to be called buttercream. This can be called icing, or frosting, or high-ration shorteningcream, but buttercream..... no way.



Call it anything you wish! Be sure to call it tasty, smooth, reliable, stable, and popular. There may be tons of varieties of buttercream, frosting, etc., but this recipe is loved by many and it does more than get the job done. I think anytime someone is generous enough to share their recipes and talents, such as Sharon Zambito, it overshadows the critics. Thanks, Sharon! Let's all focus more on the spirit it takes to share than the spirit it takes to criticize. You will live a happier life.



thumbs_up.gificon_biggrin.gifthumbs_up.gif I 'm with ya!
Just when the caterpillar thought life was over it bloomed into something beautiful.
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Just when the caterpillar thought life was over it bloomed into something beautiful.
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post #19 of 21
Well said, DeeDelilghtful!!!! I love Sharons b/c also. I have halved it and it still was smooth. I have frozen it also, etc.
post #20 of 21
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Originally Posted by Godot

Where's the butter? Buttercream should contain butter in order to be called buttercream. This can be called icing, or frosting, or high-ration shorteningcream, but buttercream..... no way.



I love Sugarshack's icing and it is my go to icing all the time, no other options for me. I have even substituted some room temp butter for part of the shortening and it is to die for! You can't go wrong with Sharon!
post #21 of 21
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Thanks for all the replys!! Im going to give a try next week!
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