I want to make a cake for Thanksgiving this year that looks like an actual turkey (on a platter with stuffing and what-not). I have seen some great pictures, but don't know how to proceed. Does anyone have a detailed description of how to do this or a link to this? Thanks!
Here is a link to the turkey cake tutorial http://forum.cakecentral.com/cake-decorating-ftopict-44404-turkey.html+tutorial
(It's actually on a "sticky" at the top of the How Do I? forum) Good luck, it looks like so much fun to make
YOU CAN ALSO GO TO WWW.GINNYS.COM....AND UNDER BAKEWARE,THEY HAVE A 3D STAND UP TURKEY CAKE PAN FOR $34.00 NOT THE SAME TYPE OF TURKEY,BUT A DIFFERENT OPTION...HTH
i saw that cake pan at ginny's and i dont understand how i'd keep both halves together once its baked. lord knows i had a time when i tried bakin two of the 3d house pan cakes; and putting them together; i was naive and had them connected with just buttercream and some dowels for support. they didn't last up right for a half hour.
this turkey pan on ginny's looks like its two halves that when placed together leaves the split - verticle.. how would one keep this together?
I'VE NEVER DONE IT,BUT I WONDER IF IT WOULD WORK TO DOWEL IT ON AN ANGLE???