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A cake priced in one location would have no relevance for the price of the same cake in a different location. Costs differ. markets differ, overheads differ, etc.
https://www.google.com/search?q=small+sugar+shoe+cutter&ie=utf-8&oe=utf-8
Pricing questions are only allowed in the Cake Decorating Business section and only for legal cake businesses. Please read this statement by the COO of Cake Central: http://www.cakecentral.com/t/764720/policies-for-posting-the-cake-decorating-business-forum
The cake is from Ana Parzych: http://www.anaparzychcakes.com/#2 You could ask her.
You can freeze them.
There are no instructions as far as I know. The last time the site was redesigned, a bunch of stuff went haywire and not all of it got fixed. I flagged your post so a Moderator would see it and perhaps give you some help.
Krusteaz has been in business since the 1940s.
Please keep in mind that starting a cake-selling business that it is a business - all expenses and income tracked, bookkeeping, license(s), health department inspections, food safety course, taxes, liability insurance, operating expenses until you show a profit (1 year? 2 years? more?), etc. etc. etc. It isn't just baking and decorating cakes. Your sister's friends are just paying you a compliment. They have no idea what is involved in running a cake business.
@candid84 You're asking a question about a post made in 2006.
I haven't tried Krusteaz cake mix and I usually prefer to make things from scratch, but I've tried a lot of other Krusteaz things and they are great! I've never been disappointed. I have a fondness for a local (to me) company.
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