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A few years back there was a kit surfacing around...sold on Ebay.It was a kit to make a 3D Fireruck cake.I bought the kit and used it once but can't seem to find the template that came with it to make the royal icing ladder...   Does anyone have the template to make the ladder...if so would you share it with me?     Thanks     Laurel :-)
Thanks ms GF..I did after I figured out where ;-)
Can someone please delete this spammer....helen4u.....WTH Weirdos
I would have loved a home kitchen but my house just isn't big enough...Hubby built a home office in the basement when we first bought the house 13 years ago and to rip it out and replace it would have cost about $15,000.It really isn't bad at the kitchen I rent because she has 4 ovens so I can bake a lot of cakes at one time and be out of there in about 1-2 hours...so it works for me...and some of the rental kitchen are way more than $35.00 and hour...if I use it longer...
I have to bake,decorate and deliver the same day...I am not really very busy so it works out okay...
A store front is not cheaper here..There are almost no buildings now a days that you can buy unless you have deep pockets..Everything is leased in strip malls or downtown...I looked into a lease and it was $15.00 a sq ft...so if you had a 1000 sq ft space it would cost you thousands in lease per month before you paid to have the space built out and then pay for commercial appliances etc and finally any profit...if there was any......You would be broke before you started...
If I were to offer Gluten-Free baking what product do I need to use in order to sterilize my stainless steel bowls and spatulas...   Also I realize that you can't be around or use any regular flour etc and the airborn particles must be eliminated...so how long would the kitchen have to be left before the particles would be gone or settled?Can you have flour around in containers for other baking or not at all...   I am trying to see if it is feasible to offer gluten ...
Yes...It may be easier in Okotoks or even High River....There was a member here who opened up a shop in High River a few months before the floods...she lost everything and I don't know if she is going to rebuild or open.Calgary is very stringent and if this is only a PT thing for you...it is not worth the cost.
It looks like the sheet got moist and rippled which isn't your fault..She isn't telling you something...At any rate you did what you had to do in the interest of customer service...I use Kopykake sheets all the time and they have never done that...
I pay $35.00 and hour but some places are as much as $50.00 an hour...If I rented it more it is less depending on how long I am there..It is difficult to find a kitchen..I emailed lots of places....The city of Calgary told me to stay away from community centres and churches as they will not license you if you rent from there as most of those places are not licensed for renting their space out but catering on their own premises only...I finally found a kitchen advertised on...
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