There is a current posting about 'cracking the secret to Sugarveil recipe . . maybe' by JennaB and I clicked on it and it states the post no longer exists. Why is this blocked?
I would love to know too...I have been trying to see that for a week now.
Inquiring minds want to know too...
Hey! I saw that too...what gives?
Aaaawwww....I thought it was just my computer with this site. Sometimes CC is a little crazy so I have to come back later and try. I wonder what's the big secret....??????
I found a way in......go to forums, search for "secret sugarveil recipe", select the title option, then go to page 2 of it. It worked for me!
Funny, I was trying to get in also. I tried theough the recipe forum...through JennaB's profile...and on the main page. No luck, I'll try through the 2nd page.
Funny when you can't have something, that's when you really want it.
I was able to see from page 1 to 4 but not after 5 when they were talking about a gun that was 15.00 at Michaels...
I would like to know what happen...
[i]The thread is NOT blocked!!!!
CC has experienced two crashes and data was lost.
Here's a similar question to yours in which everything is explained:
Ah, see my post at the bottom of this thread (same question was asked) http://forum.cakecentral.com/cake-decorating-ftopict-605698.html
Anyone who is rather new here has no idea about this! But on March 13 of this year the CC database experienced a MAJOR collapse, eradicating 5 months of posts. If you ever search for a thread and click on it only to find "No Posts Exist for this Topic" that was a thread that was started during that timeframe.
However threads that were started BEFORE Oct 07 kept their pre-crash posts. But any posts made Oct-Mar got lost and corrupted the thread, so the last page (or last few pages sometimes) still give you that error message.
that was a sad, sad day. i shudder just thinking about it. lots of info lost. but it's great they were able to salvage most of it.
Thanks for showing us how to access the post.
Has anyone tried this recipe recently, and for those who have worked with Sugarveil, how does it compare?
I'm hoping to try it now that our humid summer days are over.
Thank you everyone for your response and the links! I never thought of the crash.