If you are renting a kitchen for a few hours, does this mean you have to crank out the entire cake within those hours.
Also, once the cake is done, what do you do with it. I'm assuming if you don't have a licensed home kitchen you can't keep the cake at your home.
Still curious about this one...
It depends on the state. Here in CA you have to keep the cake at the kitchen, most rental kitchens will have dry storage or refrigerated space on-site so you can keep the cake there until it's ready to be delivered.
i have storage space on racks, fridge and freezer so that i can take a few hours over the course of three days to bake off, cover, and finish decorate a cake. Others in the kitchen know that i will be moving the fridge contents around to make sure that my finished cakes have top shelf space before delivery.
Thank you guys for your responses.