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Originally Posted by kaypettit View Post

Early on in this thread, a bunch of people said they refridgerate their fondant covered cakes. I've never done that, but have a wedding cake for Friday that is using fruit fillings, and has royal icing dots on the outside. I don't want to leave the cake out, but am worried about the condensation and the royal icing. Any ideas or opinions?

I refrigerate all of my cakes, even those with royal icing stencils, and have never had a problem. Only once was it raining outside, so the condensation wasn't drying. I used my hair dryer to speed it along. Worked like a charm.

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WASC Gourmet Flavors
http://docs.google.com/Doc?id=df4f9hbq_46cs9f28fs
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No pressure... no diamonds.

WASC Gourmet Flavors
http://docs.google.com/Doc?id=df4f9hbq_46cs9f28fs
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Thanks Macsmom for all of your invaluable advice and help for us newbies! It is always easier to try something new when you have someone there to help you along!
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thank you!!

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Why can I not get past page 420 now?  It told me I had __  unread messages but when I clicked to read them it just reverts back to 420 and tells me I have read them all.

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Could it have been a different thread? I am seeing that 420 is the final page of this thread (for now).

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It was this one; I just thought I had read more pages.  I have been recovering from bilateral total knee replacement and have not logged on in a while.

 

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I don't suppose you're on painkillers or anything......icon_biggrin.gif  icon_wink.gif

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Wow, some amazing flavors!  Personally, I like a white asti spumante cake with raspberry puree between the layers and topped with a white chocolate buttercream.  Simple and elegant!

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Originally Posted by MacsMom View Post

When customers ask me for a "Wow!" flavor, I try to give them a flavor variety (a chocolate, a citrus, and something unique, for instance). My favorites:

Unique
1. French Toast
2. Tiramisu
3. Rootbeer Float
4. Ambrosia

Citrus
2. Fuzzy Navel
3. Coconut Lime
4. Lemon Blueberry

Chocolate
1. Valencia
2. Andes Mint
3. Turtle

Kids
1. Sour watermelon http://www.bettycrocker.com/recipes/super-sour-cake/66632f2b-3945-4c1e-ac4d-512baebd1194
2. Grape Ape (Lorann grape, grape soda, and purple food coloring)
3. PB&J


Zeesh Louise! !! How are you adding these flavors? ??? I'm a newbie and can't figure out how to do it..it's awesomely incredible!!! Which ones would you use for a wedding??
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You show the bride the list and ask which one she wants! My favorite is the Orange dreamsicle and theWhite Almond sour cream with raspberry filling.

https://docs.google.com/document/d/1wBMz4wGYM-f4XKECyQEodFVwB0QHjQ2xQCeMG20bmws/edit?pli=1

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This thread is awesome. Thanks for the list Mac mom!!! I'm ready to get creative!
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Hey Y'all! So I found this thread like a week and a half ago, and I'm super new to cake baking and decorating. I bake, just not cakes. So I got through about 200 pages of this thread and finally decided to try a flavor. This past Saturday was National S'mores Day. Happens every year on August 10, so in celebration I made the Graham Cracker Cake (slightly modified - added more graham crackers and honey) with alternating layers of the Chocolate Truffle filling and the Toasted Marshmallow filling; then frosted it with the Marshmallow buttercream and covered the top again in the remaining Chocolate Truffle. And I just have to say: IT WAS AMAZING!!!. The cake turned out so well, although it did sink in the middle so I'll have to play around with it. But my co-workers went NUTS over this cake, they actually thought I had bought it somewhere! I just wanted to say a HUGE thanks to everyone who has contributed to this thread. Here's a pic. The cake isn't even decorated very well, but it tasted so yummy!

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you just made me very hungry...

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Wow what a great post! I'm new to the cake/cupcake world, so I've been putting out my feelers for good cake/cupcake and icing recipes. icon_smile.gif
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This thread is awesome!!! I am saving it for future reference. I'm even doing a happy dance because it means I have more experimenting to do in the kitchen! Yeah!

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