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Serena Says... 10 years ago

What is: Martha's Italian Meringue Buttercream? Please let me know if possible. Thank you. This cake is very beautiful.

niki_10 Says... 10 years ago

This is one of my most favorite designs ever. I love it!! Martha's recipe can be found right on her website Serena. :)

wandy27 Says... 10 years ago

WOW how did you manage to smooth so nicely this cake, it looks perfect.

ntertayneme Says... 10 years ago

Such nice crisp corners ... looks great :)

cupcakequeen Says... 10 years ago

that's crazy smooth! LOL...please share your secret!

tcturtleshell Says... 10 years ago

Great crisp corners! How in the world did you do it?

antonia74 Says... 10 years ago

It's Martha's Italian Meringue Buttercream. It really helps if it's at room temperature...not too cold. It smooths like a dream! That...and practice!

I forgot to mention the cake's flavour. It is a triple-layer Toasted Walnut & Pineapple Carrot Cake with Orange Sour-cream Cream Cheese Frosting. SOO YUMMY!!!

blessBeckysbaking Says... 10 years ago

You Icesd the he** out of that cake wow

jscakes Says... 10 years ago

Beautiful smoothing job and nice sharp looking cake, can't say as I care for the grass hiding the cake though (Just my opinion) The cake sounds' delicious to say the least!

antonia74 Says... 10 years ago

No, I absolutely agree. I was told the grass would be a few inches tall, so only to make a styrofoam stand that was maximum 2" tall! Well, the grass was about 6"...completely hiding the first tier. Quite disappointing!!

Sina Says... 10 years ago

Great Job... Please show us how you get your cakes so smooth and your edges so straight.

antonia74 Says... 10 years ago

I don't really know how to explain that, but using a ruler is an easier way to ice them straight.

flayvurdfun Says... 10 years ago

this goes to show that you dont have to have all those extra decorations to make a cake look fantastic....this looks wonderful

steph Says... 10 years ago

I love the simplicity! Classy and elegant and sounds like it tasted good too!

Sina Says... 10 years ago

I can see how a ruler would help. Thanks for the tip. Maybe one day you can get someone to take pics as you do it and you can put a tutorial on CakeCentral.

linmicsin Says... 10 years ago

What size of pans did you use? How many did this cake serve?

antonia74 Says... 10 years ago

It was 6", 9" and 12" squares...that combo feeds 126 (4.5" tall x 2" long x 1" thick slices)

brittanyshayne Says... 9 years ago

There is actually a tutorial about how to make perfect corners on the site already!!

flayvurdfun Says... 10 years ago

this goes to show that you dont have to have all those extra decorations to make a cake look fantastic....this looks wonderful

Serena Says... 10 years ago

What is: Martha's Italian Meringue Buttercream? Please let me know if possible. Thank you. This cake is very beautiful.

steph Says... 10 years ago

I love the simplicity! Classy and elegant and sounds like it tasted good too!

Sina Says... 10 years ago

I can see how a ruler would help. Thanks for the tip. Maybe one day you can get someone to take pics as you do it and you can put a tutorial on CakeCentral.

Sina Says... 10 years ago

Great Job... Please show us how you get your cakes so smooth and your edges so straight.

antonia74 Says... 10 years ago

I don't really know how to explain that, but using a ruler is an easier way to ice them straight.

wandy27 Says... 10 years ago

WOW how did you manage to smooth so nicely this cake, it looks perfect.

ntertayneme Says... 10 years ago

Such nice crisp corners ... looks great :)

cupcakequeen Says... 10 years ago

that's crazy smooth! LOL...please share your secret!

tcturtleshell Says... 10 years ago

Great crisp corners! How in the world did you do it?

antonia74 Says... 10 years ago

It's Martha's Italian Meringue Buttercream. It really helps if it's at room temperature...not too cold. It smooths like a dream! That...and practice!

I forgot to mention the cake's flavour. It is a triple-layer Toasted Walnut & Pineapple Carrot Cake with Orange Sour-cream Cream Cheese Frosting. SOO YUMMY!!!

blessBeckysbaking Says... 10 years ago

You Icesd the he** out of that cake wow

jscakes Says... 10 years ago

Beautiful smoothing job and nice sharp looking cake, can't say as I care for the grass hiding the cake though (Just my opinion) The cake sounds' delicious to say the least!

antonia74 Says... 10 years ago

No, I absolutely agree. I was told the grass would be a few inches tall, so only to make a styrofoam stand that was maximum 2" tall! Well, the grass was about 6"...completely hiding the first tier. Quite disappointing!!

niki_10 Says... 10 years ago

This is one of my most favorite designs ever. I love it!! Martha's recipe can be found right on her website Serena. :)

linmicsin Says... 10 years ago

What size of pans did you use? How many did this cake serve?

antonia74 Says... 10 years ago

It was 6", 9" and 12" squares...that combo feeds 126 (4.5" tall x 2" long x 1" thick slices)

brittanyshayne Says... 9 years ago

There is actually a tutorial about how to make perfect corners on the site already!!


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