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Across the cake board
Sugar Flowers for cake decorating by Alan Dunn has a lot of unusual flowers. If you know exactly how this flower looks you might be able to use the method of one that he has like milkweed or tweedia.If a library has the book you could check it out.Sorry.
I guess you will be eating a lot of RV cake lol. There is someone on cake central who recommended the Magnolia Bakery RV cake but the recipe has 6 tablespoons of red color for 31/2 cups for flour.I have an article on baking soda versus baking powder if you're interested let me know.
Maybe just reducing the oil only, might work. How does your recipe compare with Martha Stewarts? I have used that both as cupcakes and 14'' 10'' wedding cakes.Mind you I did find that the parchment paper was quite oily when I peeled it off but it had an excellent texture.
I always line the bottom of my pans with parchment paper to save myself the hassle of a cake sticking.
I've tried a few recipes and Martha stewart's is the keeper, nice moist crumb and easy to follow, not too much red colour either. I use the wilton red (no taste).and I like buttercream frosting instead of the cream cheese/fr.I have made a 3 trier wedding cake using the same recipe and it was a hit.
I have used the oven at the lowest temperature, switch OFF once it reaches the temp. and then place your pieces in, this worked for me when my orchids were falling off the wire.You have to add tylose or gumtex to your fondant to dry hard.
Try this recipe it is easy to follow and delicious, nice and moist.¢er=276944&gallery=274461&slide=284347
Martha stewart's recipe is the one I make all the time, but don't overbake 20 mins is good.A hit every time.
Sorry imagenthatnj, didn't see that you had already posted the link to Doug's templates
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