Researching Cake Recipes For New Owner

Business By surfergina Updated 25 Jan 2006 , 4:45am by surfergina

surfergina Posted 24 Jan 2006 , 7:53pm
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Hi - I'm planning a home-based business soon and I don't know where to start. CakeCentral is a great place to start and share ideas. When you start your business, how did you decide what flavor cakes and frosting you use, cake mixes or scratch? Cookbook? Which flavor are popular? etc.

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acookieobsession Posted 25 Jan 2006 , 3:06am
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Well, unfortunately I dod not ahve anythign good to add to your questions. But I would like to know too! So far I have picked disaster combinations!... I would love to know some answers to this question!


surfergina Posted 25 Jan 2006 , 3:17am
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What I'm going to do is to go to our local library and see if they carry cake recipe books. I have two books that I might want to try this weekend - it's called Duncan's Cake Magic Part I and II. Some of the recipes sound good, but I'll know it for sure when it comes to tasting.

I may also try Martha Stewart's recipes, but I've heard from other people that some of her cake recipes wasn't that great. I'm going to check with Amazon website and search for cake books to start out with.

cakesondemand Posted 25 Jan 2006 , 3:27am
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Go to ladycakes there are lots of recipes. I just tried Bailey's Irish Cream cake filled with Bailey's Mousse yum!! to many to choose from on that site. Good Luck

surfergina Posted 25 Jan 2006 , 3:42am
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Cakesondemand, thanks! icon_smile.gif

Euphoriabakery Posted 25 Jan 2006 , 3:49am
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If you want to use cake mixes, you should check out the cake doctor book, I think there are acouple out there like I and II

surfergina Posted 25 Jan 2006 , 4:45am
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Euphoria - thanks! I think my library have those. I'm going there tomorrow and get it. thumbs_up.gif

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