Cake Central Acronyms

Decorating By Lisa Updated 14 Dec 2012 , 9:14am by manishpcl

Lisa Posted 29 Oct 2005 , 1:36am
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It stands for the book Whimsical Bakehouse...the frosting recipe in the book.

ncdessertdiva Posted 29 Oct 2005 , 2:03am
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Thanks!

Lisa Posted 29 Oct 2005 , 2:08am
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Thanks to you too! I meant to add that last time I was editing the list but had some trouble with the hyperlink and then it slipped my mind icon_redface.gif It's there now.

ThePastryDiva Posted 29 Oct 2005 , 2:30am
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Originally Posted by SquirrellyCakes

Hhmn, here is one you didn't post.
How about IMCCDO?
In My Conceited Cake Diva Opinion?
Haha, well, not everyone is humble!
Hugs Squirrelly Cakes




Moi? conceited and opinionated?? icon_surprised.gif

SquirrellyCakes Posted 29 Oct 2005 , 5:19am
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Whimsical Bakehouse Buttercream, it is a recipe from a book by the name of Whimisical Bakehouse.
Hugs Squirrelly

SquirrellyCakes Posted 29 Oct 2005 , 11:54pm
post #36 of 199
Quote:
Originally Posted by ThePastryDiva

Quote:
Originally Posted by SquirrellyCakes

Hhmn, here is one you didn't post.
How about IMCCDO?
In My Conceited Cake Diva Opinion?
Haha, well, not everyone is humble!
Hugs Squirrelly Cakes



Moi? conceited and opinionated?? icon_surprised.gif



HC (holy crap) kiddo, what are you trying to do, get the thread locked and get me banned from the site, haha! Had to go back to the original post (which incidentally was in May before you joined, thought I would mention that before anyone jumped on me), to see what you were talking about. Now, now, if it was in reference to you, it would have to have been - IMCPDO. Now you have to get the old initials right kiddo. And I think to do that, you need to get a B.A. in English Communications along with your Culinary Arts Degree or you will only be hired by a non-licensed cake site. At least IMHSO, in my humble squirrelly opinion.
SLMBTO(Squirrelly Laughing My Bushy Tail Off)

bakersofcakes Posted 30 Oct 2005 , 12:34am
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Hi! I know it's off topic-is that OT? I forget!-but someone mentioned a MMF recipe. The recipe says to microwave MMF to soften it some. Any ideas/instructions for those of us without (w/o???) a MICROWAVE??? Sorry, but I just prefer my old-fashioned electric range. (Hey, at least it's not a wood cook stove!!!) Anyway, where would I put a microwave icon_lol.gif ??? Oh, yeah, how else do you soften up MMF? Thanks

SquirrellyCakes Posted 30 Oct 2005 , 12:42am
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Originally Posted by bakersofcakes

Hi! I know it's off topic-is that OT? I forget!-but someone mentioned a MMF recipe. The recipe says to microwave MMF to soften it some. Any ideas/instructions for those of us without (w/o???) a MICROWAVE??? Sorry, but I just prefer my old-fashioned electric range. (Hey, at least it's not a wood cook stove!!!) Anyway, where would I put a microwave icon_lol.gif ??? Oh, yeah, how else do you soften up MMF? Thanks



Hhmn , you mean if it gets hard in the bag etc? Well, I guess, try turning on your oven to 200F, turn it off, place marshmallow fondant in say, a covered pyrex or corningware container and leave it for a few minutes in the oven. Other than that, I would think sealing it double bagged and placing the bagged fondant into a pan of hot water for a few minutes, might work. The thing is, you have to really watch it, otherwise it will melt. Guess we get so used to microwaving things for a few seconds, we don't really try the other tried and true methods.
And, I was one of the later folks to get a microwave, I think I got it in about '88, so I can relate!
Hugs Squirrelly

Gingoodies Posted 30 Oct 2005 , 12:58am
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I have noticed lately that some people are ending their posts with HTH, does that mean "happy to help" or something else? icon_confused.gif

SquirrellyCakes Posted 30 Oct 2005 , 12:59am
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Actually, "Hope That Helps", but I think I like your version better!
Hugs SQuirrelly

Lisa Posted 30 Oct 2005 , 1:17am
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I've noticed that one a lot too. I've added it to the list. Thanks!

bakersofcakes Posted 30 Oct 2005 , 4:04am
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Still OT icon_rolleyes.gif (Please forgive the newbie. icon_redface.gif ) Is MMF used like Wilton's Rolled Fondant? OR do you have special directions for using MMF? Thanks for all the help!!!

SquirrellyCakes Posted 30 Oct 2005 , 4:59am
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Yes it is used pretty much the same except people roll it much thinner. I personally don't like it for making decorations like figures and such, but that is me. I am not a big marshmallow fondant fan. Some people just love to work with it.
Hugs Squirrelly

bakersofcakes Posted 31 Oct 2005 , 12:40am
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Thanks for the help, SquirrellyCakes! I love this forum/website! Everyone is sooo helpful! thumbs_up.gif

SquirrellyCakes Posted 31 Oct 2005 , 1:39am
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You are very welcome!
Hugs Squirrelly Cakes

Cake_Princess Posted 1 Nov 2005 , 2:00am
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hi SQC MAMA... I think I have a Few that you would appreciate....

1. SCQ Mama = Squirrelly Cakes
2. IMNHPO = In my non humble Princess Opinion

LOL.... hope you are laughing as hard as I am... LOL or better yet... PMSL!!!


Princess

SquirrellyCakes Posted 1 Nov 2005 , 3:39am
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I have a feeling that last one might land you in trouble! icon_eek.gif
Hugs SC

Cake_Princess Posted 1 Nov 2005 , 4:00am
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LMAO... I am always in trouble... So what's new?

PerryStCakes Posted 1 Nov 2005 , 4:48pm
post #49 of 199

Thanks! That was a great idea!

veejaytx Posted 7 Nov 2005 , 2:49pm
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I would vote for IMNHO - In My Non Humble Opinion, (you can't have it all to yourself CP.) LOL
Janice

Vreeke Posted 7 Nov 2005 , 8:10pm
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What is ISO stand for?

veejaytx Posted 7 Nov 2005 , 8:21pm
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Hi vreeke, I'm not absolutely sure what ISO is, but my first guess is that it means "In Search Of", like someone is looking for a recipe or a cake pan, something like that. Janice

Lisa Posted 7 Nov 2005 , 11:07pm
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Thanks Vreeke and Janice! I've added ISO to the list.

Jenn123 Posted 4 Jan 2006 , 9:31pm
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Thank goodness I found this! All newbies should be directed here immediately!!

ISE (I'm so excited!??)

tortica Posted 6 Apr 2006 , 10:25am
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What is PME?

Lisa Posted 6 Apr 2006 , 12:42pm
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Quote:
Originally Posted by tortica

What is PME?




PME is a maker of sugarcraft tools and stands for Precision Machining Engineers.

http://www.pmeltd.co.uk/pmesite.html

doitallmom Posted 7 Apr 2006 , 12:09am
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Thanks a heap ladies, some I knew, some I figured out and others, I was just totally clueless

AmberCakes Posted 7 Apr 2006 , 12:19am
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Haahaha! I thought DH was D*#% Husband or Duncan Hines. LOL. You know they should get that title or Dumb. LOL.

chellebell70 Posted 7 Apr 2006 , 12:23am
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Hey guys - I have one. What is "bump"

BTW, addicted to this site. Thanks to all of you wonderful people for being here!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Lisa Posted 7 Apr 2006 , 1:41am
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Originally Posted by chellebell70

Hey guys - I have one. What is "bump"

BTW, addicted to this site. Thanks to all of you wonderful people for being here!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!




A "bump" is a post that bumps a thread to the top of the list so it will be seen again/responded to.

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