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I would get a website, which really shouldn't cost all that much and you can set them up yourself. I am lucky that I have a husband who is a total computer geek and a sister who did creative advertising and designed my logo and business cards for me. Also, if you are doing a lot of business with businesses then perhaps they have connections and they may be willing to assist you by just trading your goods for their services. I recently had someone approach me about a cake...
No, the bottle itself didn't break. I am attempting to defrost it right now. I just contacted LorAnn and asked them. The temps here have been about the same. Pretty much below zero for days on end.
Thanks! I originally ordered through a candy company on Amazon. I already contacted them about the issue, but I will also call LorAnn and see if they can help me.
So I ordered a Lorann Almond emulsion online and I just got it in the mail. I need it for a cake order this week. I went to open up the box and the bottle had frozen completely in transit. It froze so much that the pressure built up and popped the bottle cap and safety seal off of it. Some of it spilled out that wasn't frozen. However, all that is left in the bottle is frozen solid. IF I am able to get this to defrost will it be okay to use? I really need to use it for...
They aren't awful to work with, but they can get heavy. There are several different ways to work with them/make them. I am sure you will find plenty if you search.
I agree with the rice krispy treats and fondant. How much are the supplies going to cost? How much are you paying yourself per hour? How many hours do you think it will take you to make the cake, frosting, decorations, etc.? Answer all of these questions and you should get a fair price. I do not think it matters whether it is a child's cake or not. If they want that cake then you tell them how much you can do it for. They either choose to accept the price or not. I always...
Thank you so much smckinney07 this looks like a fantastic recipe! I will absolutely give it a shot. Do you know how many cups of batter  this makes?
Annie Cahill   Thanks, you are probably right. I am not a big fan of artificial strawberry. I have found a few promising leads on scratch strawberry cakes. I am going to give them a try. Thank you everyone for the help. I appreciate it!
You are welcome, thanks for the help!
Thank you! I was wondering if I should use half water and half puree. I found the strawberry pudding at HyVee (a local grocery store) and at Walmart. It doesn't seem to always be there though. I believe the name of it is strawberry cream. I hope it works!
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