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Top 10 Articles & Answers|
|Best Cake for Fondant|
The best type of cake to cover with rolled fondant is a heavy cake. There
are thousands of cake recipes in the world but some types of cakes j... More>>
|Design Ideas - Yoda Star Wars Cake|
After all of these years, Star Wars characters are
still extremely popular, and Yoda is at the top of the list.
If you search... More>>
|Convection vs Conventional Ovens|
Here s the lowdown on the differences between convection
and conventional ovens as provided by the experts at the
Food Network :... 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>>
|Definition - Shortening and Crisco|
Technically, shortening is the solid form of any edible
fat such as lard, butter, margarine or vegetable shortening.
|Color Spray Icing|
Decorating is easy with a clever
can of cake spray paint.
Place a stencil (paper doilies work well too) on... More>>
|Why is Red Velvet Cake Red?|
Here s the scoop on Red Velvet Cake:
Red color is added
because the original recipe that dates back to the 1800 s called for... More>>
|How to Make Crustier Buttercream Icing|
For crustier Buttercream, try substituting water for
the milk or cream in the recipe.
You will have less time to smooth and... More>>
|Baking at High Altitudes|
There are a few adjustments that need to be made to recipes when baking at high altitudes of over
3500 feet. Here's the link which provides ev... More>>
Cake syrups do help make a cake moist, but they are
generally applied only when called for in a recipe.
Some recipes may req... More>>