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Do you have any pictures of the cakes at the Stampede that you could put up? Would love to see your cake if you entered!!!
Thank you for your question.
I’m sorry, unfortunately I didn’t enter the Calgary Stampede/Western Showcase Cake Contest this year (2010). However, if I find any photos from this year, I will be sure to link to it!
I do hope on entering the Threadcakes(http://threadcakes.com/) contest, and will post pics soon. Working on that entry this weekend!
Can wood countertops be used to roll out fondant?
Thanks for the question. Yes, if it is a surface that is safe to prepare food on, it should be okay.
My best friend made me the most amazing “Pug dog” cake. It didn’t taste great but it was her first foray into decorative cakes and it was amazingly beautiful.
Do you have a website where one can order a cake?All I have seen is your Facebook page and blog but no actual website..
Hi Laura, feel free to email me at firstname.lastname@example.org at anytime.
Hi there, I am new to baking and wanted to ask what is the #1 brand you recommend for cake pans? Thanks, Ionela
Hi Ionela, thank you for your question. I prefer MagicLine, although Fat Daddio and Wilton Preferred come in a close second.
That’s great! Thank you for your quick reply, Rose!
I had a question about the satin ice. I just used it for the first time this weekend, I found it to be very stretchy, so stretchy that when i would pick it up with my roller, It would just stretch and tear. I rolled it out with a very little amount of Crisco so it wouldnt stick. If there is any advice you could give me . Thank you
How thick are you rolling it out? You can try rolling a bit thicker, 1/8th of an inch.
You may also wish to try rolling it out using icing sugar instead of Crisco.
Is it soft? If so, try kneading icing sugar into the amount that you are going to use, until it becomes more stiff.
Also avoid over kneading or warming it up.
Hope that helps,
I just love the cowboy boot on this site. It’s nice to see such a feminine boot as opposed to all the manly looking boot cakes on the net. What did you use for the sole of the boot to get that nice curve to the bottom that was still sturdy enough to take the weight of the cake?
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Cake decorator in Calgary, AB Canada, decorating since April 2007. My goal is to share knowledge, happiness and harmony with others through cake.
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