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Top 10 Articles & Answers|
|Baking Projects for Young Children|
Here's a link to a Website with several easy ideas for baking projects for young children:
Click Here for Baking... More>>
|Best Icing for Summer Wedding Cakes|
There really is no easy to answer to keep Buttercream and other icings
from melting away in hot humid weather. What starts out as a
beautifully iced... More>>
|Design Ideas - Horseshoe Cake|
To make a horseshoe shaped cake, use a shaped pan which
comes with a complete set of instructions for different lucky themes.... More>>
|Buttercream Icing Butter, Shortening or Margarine|
Which is better for Buttercream Icing -- Butter, Shortening or Margarine?
For Buttercream icing, butter, shortening and mar... More>>
Confectioner's glaze is an edible varnish that can
be painted on for a translucent shine.
Don't let the bad smell turn you o... More>>
|Evenly Baked Cupcakes|
To create a pan of evenly baked cupcakes, fill each
cup equally 2/3 to 3/4 of the way full.
Then gently stir each cup of bat... More>>
|Corn Syrup and Glucose|
Corn syrup is a common ingredient included in North
Glucose is a
thick, clear form of liquid sugar... More>>
|Design Ideas Children's Birthday Cake Ideas|
Here s the link to the Worlds Largest Gallery of Homemade
Birthday Cakes. You ll find every just about design imaginable here, and
|Definition - Shortening and Crisco|
Technically, shortening is the solid form of any edible
fat such as lard, butter, margarine or vegetable shortening.
|Cracked Cake Tops|
Here are few tips to prevent your cake tops from cracking:
Be sure to sift the baking powder, baking soda... More>>