Tasting - Experimenting With Recipes?

Baking By kger Updated 28 Sep 2010 , 5:00pm by hsmomma

kger Posted 28 Sep 2010 , 4:52pm
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I have a tasting on Oct. 16 and they are primarily interested in red velvet. I'm weird about food coloring, so I would like to experiment with beet juice for coloring, but I also plan to make them the cakeman raven recipe because I'm confident it will turn out wel. Is it strange to offer 2 red velvets for a tasting?

Same thing with the WASC. I aspire to do an awesome scratch, but I'm afraid it will be too dry, so I'm inclined to use a box WASC, or maybe offer both... one as a white chocolate and the other as a white almond? (I've had plenty of practice with my scratch yellow and chocolate, never really played with the scratch white).

WWYD?

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hsmomma Posted 28 Sep 2010 , 5:00pm
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Play with them ahead of time so you know that they work well. As far as the 2 different red velvets...if you want to offer both, then do. Just explain that one is a natural red and the other is an artificial red. You can always say that you offer both because some people prefer to stay away from articial colorings.
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