Wow this is very nice how did you do that?
Thank you. My kitchen smells so good right now, chocolate, chocolate, chocolate!
The ruffles are done with a gadget called La Girolle ruffler, rounds of chocolate fit on the devise, turn the blade handle and it makes ruffles.
Another great looking cake Shirley.....Wonderful Job!
Lovely as always Shirley. I can't wait because I'm going to give my hand at trying one of these on a cake I'm doing next weekend! Thanks to you.
Thanks Joanne. Have fun with the ruffles.
wow looks so nice! where did you get this gadget? i will love to try it
so pretty. I'd like to know where you get the gadget too.
Thank you. The :a Girolle ruffler and the chocolate rounds to fit it are available from Beryl's Cake supply.
www.beryls,com scroll down past the pre-colored cocoa butter.
Sorry that should be look under Chocolate and supp;ies, then scroll down.
You need to order chocolate rounds made for the La Girolle. You can special order them by phone from Marque Foods in S. San Francisco.
Shirley, when you use the Girolle ruffler, do you need to purchase the chocolate disks, or can you use and other size chocolate?
So pretty! I love the two tones, really adds some uumph and stands out. Also the pattern on the wrap is very eye catching and interesting, too!
Thank you, the cake is iced in Sarah Bernhardt chocolate glaze, allowed to set until a bit firmer and the design is done with a serrated edged bread knife.
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