Baked Turkey

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Thank you! I split the ply on a cheap paper towel and gently press the bumpy side (inside of the sheet) on smoothed buttercream until I get the texture I like. This turkey was airbrushed and then sprayed with a mixture of hot water and dark Karo syrup to make it look like it was just from the oven.

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It's my basic white cake. The cake is a sheet cake with 1/2 of the egg pan for the body, small egg pan for the drumsticks.

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Oh Wow! - I was looking for ideas for Thanksgiving and this cake is awesome!!!! I'm going to try - not sure if I will succeed - don't have an airbrush - I know you said you sprayed with Karo syrup mixutre - is that the color it comes out - or did you achieve this color from food coloring?

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What can I say that no one else has already said? This cake needs to be published in a cake book or something !

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The wings are cake and the part that sticks up is a pointed ice cream cone, cut down some.

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I had cake scraps that I cut into cubes, placed them on a cookie sheet and baked them in a low oven -250 degrees- for about 30 minutes. Turn them every once in a while with a spatula so they get brown on all sides. You can spray the 'dressing' with the Karo solution, too.

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I would also love the instructions for the amazing cake if it isn't too much trouble. btmoore9@adelphia.net

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Woah :o Wow oh wow. What can I saw except the I second everything said above!! That really does look like a real turkey! Great job!!!

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Fantastic!! I have no words that haven't been posted.Your are so talented.Please send me instructions,also. episcia@adelphia.net

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Thank you! I split the ply on a cheap paper towel and gently press the bumpy side (inside of the sheet) on smoothed buttercream until I get the texture I like. This turkey was airbrushed and then sprayed with a mixture of hot water and dark Karo syrup to make it look like it was just from the oven.

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It's my basic white cake. The cake is a sheet cake with 1/2 of the egg pan for the body, small egg pan for the drumsticks.

on

What can I say that no one else has already said? This cake needs to be published in a cake book or something !

on

Oh Wow! - I was looking for ideas for Thanksgiving and this cake is awesome!!!! I'm going to try - not sure if I will succeed - don't have an airbrush - I know you said you sprayed with Karo syrup mixutre - is that the color it comes out - or did you achieve this color from food coloring?

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I would also love the instructions for the amazing cake if it isn't too much trouble. btmoore9@adelphia.net

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The wings are cake and the part that sticks up is a pointed ice cream cone, cut down some.

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I had cake scraps that I cut into cubes, placed them on a cookie sheet and baked them in a low oven -250 degrees- for about 30 minutes. Turn them every once in a while with a spatula so they get brown on all sides. You can spray the 'dressing' with the Karo solution, too.

on

Woah :o Wow oh wow. What can I saw except the I second everything said above!! That really does look like a real turkey! Great job!!!

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Fantastic!! I have no words that haven't been posted.Your are so talented.Please send me instructions,also. episcia@adelphia.net

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Your cake is awesome! Could you please send me the instructions on how to make this "perfect" cake. Cristalbluez@hotmail.com Thanks! :D

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This is so great- you are very talented! May I also have the recipe if you will share. jhalpin@cox.net.Thanks so much! :lol:


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