Cake Size

Baking By Pinkcotton42 Updated 21 Jan 2016 , 10:20pm by winniemog

Pinkcotton42 Posted 21 Jan 2016 , 2:32am
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winniemog Posted 21 Jan 2016 , 6:48am
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I think Adele has already cornered the market with those lyrics....

Pinkcotton42 Posted 21 Jan 2016 , 8:25am
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Hello to you too winniemog I'm new here and was trying to ask a question because I needed help but thank you very much for you warm welcome 

Pinkcotton42 Posted 21 Jan 2016 , 8:29am
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Question a coffee mug cake has been requested normally I wld suggest using 6inch pans but they want it to accommodate 30 ppl I want to keep the realistic look any suggestions

winniemog Posted 21 Jan 2016 , 8:30am
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Pinkcotton42 - welcome to the forums and sorry that my sense of humour offended you!

Go ahead - ask your question -

Pinkcotton42 Posted 21 Jan 2016 , 8:35am
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Let's start over...Hi winniemog, I just reposted... I have an order for a coffee mug cake for 30 ppl I would normally sugguest 6inch cakes but I know that's not possible for the amt of ppl I know I must go larger I just want it to keep a realist look... Any suggestions...

winniemog Posted 21 Jan 2016 , 8:57am
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Could you sit the coffee mug cake on a square or round base cake that's only say 2 inches high to look like a table or a plain white base to the mug? That provides the extra serves without adding too much work to the design.

Otherwise I'd add in extra design features eg multiple mug cakes or "cake" (cake carved and decorated in the shape of a slice of cake) with a coffee mug cake.

Depends on the client's budget and desires really.

Pinkcotton42 Posted 21 Jan 2016 , 9:04am
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Thanks for the advice

johnson6ofus Posted 21 Jan 2016 , 9:51pm
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good suggestion winnie... and I loved the joke.

winniemog Posted 21 Jan 2016 , 10:20pm
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Thanks - I often forget I'm an acquired taste - and humour doesn't always translate well online...

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