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I've been looking for a way to make glaze, so I'll definitely try this! But what keeps all the vodka from evaporating when you heat it up, so you'll just be left with pure corn syrup?
I'm pretty sure I've seen recipes for home made glaze (made with corn syrup?), but now that I need it I can't seem to find it anywhere Does anyone have one to share? I just want something to put a permanent glaze/shine on little gumpaste items etc. - I've purchased the PME glaze spray, but I'm not at all happy with hit - the glaze just isn't very prominent and/or disappears after awhile. Any tips would be greatly appreciated
I don't know if this is *the best* recipe, but I just use my regular sugarpaste recipe and add some tylose to it - not after it's finished, but while mixing in the icing sugar. If memory serves I use about the same ratio as I would if I added the tylose into the finished product - about 1 tsp pr pound of sugarpaste. Then leave to rest. Works very nicely for me.
I would try a pearl spray, like this one: I've only tried it on fondant, but I don't see why it wouldn't work just as well on buttercream.
I buy my clear vanilla flavor from Vanillabazaar (although they do call it extract), and have always been very happy with it. When the cake or paste doesn't need to be white, I use Madagascar vanilla extract.But I have one question about it, though - if I may hi-jack the thread slightly: You can get the vanilla extract/flavor in different strengths/purities... both 200 grams vanilla pr litre and 400 grams vanilla pr litre. What is the "normal" purity for extracts used in...
Thank you, everyone. I still miss a place that has a larger selection - including for the square pans, but I'll keep looking
Nice! Thank you very much The only problem I see with this store is that the choices are quite limited - I need liners for 6,8,10,12 and 14" pans - both round and square. So if anyone knows of a place who carry all of those I'd be most grateful for a tip
I love the look of the tall tiered cakes like this one: But I can't for the life of me figure out, if you do this in buttercream and not fondant, how you manage to smoothe it perfectly! I have never seen side scrapers that long anywhere - is there any other trick to it? I figure if you try to do it with your regular 4-5" side scraper you wouldn't be able to get around some sort of line in the icing from the...
I always line the bottom of my pans with parchment paper, but my volume is picking up and I'm getting a bit tired of tracing pans and cutting the liner shapes. I know you can buy pre-cut pan liners - at least for round and square pans - but I can't seem to find a place who carries all standard sizes.Do any of you guys buy your pan liners, and could point me towards an online store that sells them? In my country they are impossible to get, so I need somewhere that will ship...
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