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Hello. I generally leave my cookies on the flat surface to dry, and it helps to use a small oscillating heating fan to speed up the drying process, in the humid I use dehumidifier.  Generally though without the heating fan I  usually leave cookies out overnight for the icing to dry, and they are fine.  Store them in the airtight container or wrap them individually, from m experience sugar cookies are good for up to at least 2 weeks if stored properly. Hope this helps. Hani
This happened to me with my last cake, I don't do cakes too often, I had the cake covered and nearly finished decorating it I turned it around and there was a  huge bubble it was at least 2 inches across.  I always depended on icing alone to work as a "glue". But I'm wondering, since the cake was refrigerated and crumb coated with buttercream, should I brush the cake with some kind of edible glue before putting on the fondant?  I do that when I use ganache but I'm not...
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