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That's a cute cake, Ana.  You did a great job.  I've been trying to practice with fondant, too, to get it really smooth and clean.  Haven't had much time lately, but I need to get back to it.  Thanks for sharing your cake...I think it's really cute.
That's what I was thinking, too, Morgan, but since I do purchase from KAF, I was just wondering what their cake flour was like and whether or not I should try it with my next order from them.  Not changing definitely eliminates problems that could crop up changing my regular products, though.
Thanks for the info.  I've seen several done but just haven't taken the time to check into it.  I do like the looks of it, though.  I've especially thought of it for my niece who likes marble cakes.  Thought this would be a cool way to "marble" her cake with yellow and chocolate.   Kinda slow tonight.  I bet everyone is busy getting ready for Easter Sunday.  I got a lemon cake baked and frosted today...nothing special, just frosted and not decorated.  Also am trying my...
Amazing cake, Cat.  I haven't tried tiger stripes inside a cake yet.   One of these days I will.
I'm starting to run low on cake flour and will need to purchase some more.  The only brand I've seen in stores around here is Soft A Silk (I think that's what it's called).  I don't have any complaints about it.  I order several other ingredients from King Arthur Flour via the internet and I buy their unbleached all purpose and their bread flour at Raley's.  I was wondering if anyone has ever used their cake flour and what your thoughts on it are.  I've heard of a couple...
Judy, you have to purchase FromScratch's white cake recipe now.  You can go to the site referenced above and get info on how to obtain a copy.  It is well worth the price she is asking.  She put a lot of effort and experimentation into the final recipe and it is a good one.  It's now my go-to recipe for various different flavors, which she also offers as part of the price.  You won't regret making the purchase.
I got a double Agbay for Christmas.  I wasn't expecting the double, but my son had decided that for the extra cost it would be worth it to have it.  So, even though I'm a hobby baker, I have the double.  Makes such a difference in leveling and torting cakes you can't believe it!  Before then, I had the little flimsy wire Wilton leveler.  Couldn't get me to give up my Agbay now!!!
You may not get an answer.  This is a very old post...dated in 2009.
Thanks.  I'll look it up!
Rosegin, are you willing to share the recipe?  I love orange creamsicle!
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