Turntable Cake

Decorating By CakeJediChic Updated 31 Aug 2009 , 5:28pm by CakeJediChic

CakeJediChic Posted 30 Aug 2009 , 12:23am
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So I have a potential customer interested in a DJ 's Turntable cake. They sent me a few photos of turntable cakes and to me it looks like it would be a fairly easy job. I have used fondant and have been ok on square cakes but still wishy washy on rounds. So I am hoping this will be a good one to start with.

Id like any recommendations on doing this cake, like size, proprtions and such. They are wanting maybe a half sheet size.

Thank you for any help!

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CakeJediChic Posted 31 Aug 2009 , 5:28pm
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Ok, so I have talked to the person again and they prefer not to have fondant. Is there a way to use ganache or buttercream or something else so it looks just as good as a turntable cake with fondant?

I have also looked at the gallery here and see that it looks like a few people just used a piece of foam for right under the record peice, does the foam need to be covered with fondant? if so do i need to use supports under it?

Sorry for so many q's, I just want to get it right! lol.

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