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http://www.durapak.net/pvc-box-tuck.htm#tuck I found these. Not sure of their selling/shipping policies, but the company has items listed on eBay as well.
I think the 10" plate would work. I love sps also, especially for 3tiers!
"The edible portion" could have just been the fondant covering the styrofoam and the figures...as if anyone was going to eat those anyway! I find it disheartening how much stock people put into the "reality" part of reality tv. Even non-reality tv I think, dupes the general public a frightening amount.
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The picture is brown, but the brown gels come out very orange. It is hard to get a deep brown color with them. OP, you could also try using cocoa powder to start out with a more natural shade.
Plastic toys or party favors from the dollar store. Bright buttercream colors. Frozen buttercream transfer. Search the gallery for superhero cakes. There are loads. Most have each tier with a different superhero logo. They are done in fondant, usually. I wouldn't recommend spending any of that $50 on fondant. Doing the cake board red with a spider web is a nice touch that doesn't cost much extra.
I think ivory and brown have too much orange in them. Try adding some green.
No problem! Happy baking! Ps...I borrowed that book from a friend, but haven't made anything yet. What recipe are you starting with?
Put your town name and " elevation" in the search box, there are only two peaks in PA above 3000 feet: Mt Davis and Blue Knob, so unless you live there, you do not need to make any adjustments. http://peakbagger.com/list.aspx?lid=13321
This refers to feet above sea level that you live. If you live in a high mountainous area, you need to make adjustments to baking recipes. Where do you live? You can google the elevation of your town, but if you live below 3000 feet above sea level, you do not need to make any adjustments. For example, I live in Baltimore which is practically AT sea level, so no adjustments. Denver, the "mile-high city," is 5280 feet above sea level, so you'd follow the guidelines for the...
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