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post #16 of 19

First, if she insists she wants it *EXACTLY* like Freed's, then she needs to get it from Freed's!  I think you are right to pass on this order as I don't think she will be satisfied with anything she gets.  No one can reproduce a cake *exactly* like someone else.  Heck, I don't think I would promise to reproduce one of my own cakes *exactly*.

 

I guess it's a moot point now, although the stork *looks* as though it was from a pan because it is so neat, smooth, & precise; I bet it is carved, just knowing where it came from and that I don't recall ever seeing a stork pan like that.  Very cute cake, but I know I couldn't reproduce it adequately, either!

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post #17 of 19

on their fb page they have videos too

 

they combine of all levels of caking including high end plus that powerful jet propelled speed speed speed --

 

a production bakery that does high end--it's perfectly delicious

 

they sell cake by the slice--as in one slice--i think that's so cool

 

if i got reincarnated i think i'd like to come back as freedsbakery

 

ok it's a toss up between freeds and

 

the 27 foot tall chocolate fountain flowing with the ton of chocolate at the bellagio--jean phillipe patisserie

 

or maybe a patisserie in france...still deciding i guess icon_biggrin.gif

 

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Freed’s Bakery is celebrating their anniversary of serving Las Vegas for over 50 years now, and has been featured on such shows as The Food Network’s “Roker on the Road,” “$40 a Day with Rachael Ray,” “Sugar Rush,” and “After Midnight.” Freed’s has also been featured on Lifetime’s “Top This Party,” Hawaiian Airlines’ “The Best of Las Vegas,” “Las Vegas Live,” The Travel Channel, and in July of 2010, Freed's was highlighted in the season premiere of TLC's new show, "Fabulous Cakes". Freed’s has also been featured in publications such as Bon Appétit, Martha Stewart Weddings (featured article on Las Vegas Weddings), People’s Amazing Real Life Weddings, Neiman Marcus Entrée Magazine, Conde Nast Traveler, and the New York Times Food Section feature on wedding cake designers. Freed’s has been voted Best of Las Vegas by the Las Vegas Review Journal’s Reader’s Choice for the last 30 years, and has been recognized by AOL City’s Best and The Knot’s Best of Weddings 2008, 2009, and 2010.

 

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post #18 of 19

y not just print out an image and do a runsugar onto the cake, or you can do buttercream transfer.

post #19 of 19

Have you tried searching for the pan as a different bird? It's possible they combined two different images. Maybe look for flamingo, pelican, etc. The legs look flamingo to me, personally.

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