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I purchase Fondarific. I absolutely love the taste and texture. The biggest benefit to me is no mess to make it. It keeps for a year.
I can't find the mold on Jennifer's website. Can you post the exact page you found it on?
I can't find the mold on Jennifer's website. Can you post the exact page you found it on?
In the vidoes posted the woman says she makes the ganaches, puts it in the fridge overnight and then lets it come to room temp the next day. This can take several hours. Once the ganache has come to room temp she microwaves it for 30 seconds at a time, stirring in between, checking for the right consistancy (should be like peanut butter). The smaller the amount of ganache the less you should nuke because it will melt faster.
You can spray the cake with a little bit of water, but fondant is usally good about sticking to buttercream on it own.I use white chocolate ganache under fondant. I "paint" the ganache after it has hardened with water.
Not to hijack the thread, but...tokazodo,I have had several brides that needed a cake to feed 20 but didn't want an 8" round cake for their wedding cake. I offered to do a three tier cake with the bottom and top tier made from styrfoam. They were so excited because no one else had offered this.My usual price for buttercream is $3/serving and fondant is $3.50/serving. I knock off $1/serving for faux tiers. I know the time to decorate is the same, but I don't have to mix...
My sole source stipulation is only for products I am providing. At a wedding or large party (for small events I don't require this as it is usally at the clients home with a small amount of guests) if I am providing the wedding cake, then no other cake is allowed. If they want someone else to do the cookie favors or other type of desserts, that is fine with me.
Some use different flavors of liquors that compliment the cake. You can also use a water and preserves mix. You heat the water and preserves, strain, allow to cool completely and then "paint" that onto your cake.
PM indydeb. She has posted about this before but since the search option sucks on Cake Central you won't be able to find it.
There are a couple of ways you can back out and still save face. Assuming the client has not signed a contract/paid a deposit you can let me know that the date is no longer available. You don't have to say why the date is no longer available, let them think they waited too long and next time won't drag their feet making up their minds. You could state something like this:"I understand your concern about the cake still being fresh for your party. I feel that since I am...
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