Its Getting Hot In Here!

Decorating By KawaiiCakeCook Updated 11 Jun 2009 , 11:28pm by WDW61

KawaiiCakeCook Posted 10 Jun 2009 , 4:23am
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I have a festival/fair this weekend where I'm supposed to sell cakes, the weather is supposed to be in the high 90's. Any hints on what type of icing to use? I'm hoping to avoid the wicked witch meets water bucket impression.

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WDW61 Posted 10 Jun 2009 , 6:36am
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It has been suggested to use indebi's buttercream icing recipe . She said she used it in very hot , humid weather...check out the recipe section

KawaiiCakeCook Posted 10 Jun 2009 , 10:38am
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oh..I guess this one of those "how much should I charge questions." icon_redface.gif I tried to a search, guess I'll try again. Thanks for the suggestions

shelly786 Posted 10 Jun 2009 , 11:34am
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I Googled this great website with lots of tips and thought it might help you with High humisity buttercream recipes if thats what you were after.
www.bakedecoratecelebrate.com/recipes

shelly786 Posted 10 Jun 2009 , 11:35am
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Sorry that link doesnt seem to be a very good one. you might have to type in the whole website address in your browser.

KawaiiCakeCook Posted 11 Jun 2009 , 1:37am
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thanks so much everyone. I'll try and search the forum better beofre I create a new post

WDW61 Posted 11 Jun 2009 , 5:00am
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Instead of typing in this
www.bakedecoratecelebrate.com/recipes

shorten it to this
www.bakedecoratecelebrate.com
This is a GREAT website

CakeRN Posted 11 Jun 2009 , 7:10am
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I either add 2 tblsp flour to my icing or dream whip powder for high humidity. Also you can use the HI Ration shortening to help instead of crisco but it is more expensive to use too.

WDW61 Posted 11 Jun 2009 , 11:28pm
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What is HI ration shortening?

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