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Hi all, I was searching for french billowing tutorials on You Tube and found this one, it's okay just to give you an idea of how to do it.

 

While searching I ran across this  Montreal Confection Channel.  She has some great techniques for decorating cookies that I have never seen before and other fondant tutorials.

 

Enjoy!

 

http://youtu.be/4AAs0qef6BI

 

Billowing

http://youtu.be/wV26z4UaEpI

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post #62 of 175
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Found a few unique and unusual tutorials today, the first one gives you tips on how to make a moist cake every time.  I have heard this method brought up on CC before, I think I'm going to try it and see.

 

http://youtu.be/KLggyf-n7iQ

 

This one shows you how to make unique roses without cutters.

 

http://youtu.be/VqoRBYuzok0

 

An unusual wedding cake with sunflowers.

 

http://youtu.be/IxSrBmx_e5I

 

And last but not least an unusual cat named Maru.  I love cats, I could watch them for hours.  I'm waiting for my two to be born, I get first pick, Yay!

 

http://youtu.be/w-iIbotFkzQ

 

Meow!

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post #63 of 175
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Hi CC, I was surfing and saw this and thought it was so inspirational.

 

http://finance.yahoo.com/news/man-brilliantly-quits-his-job-to-pursue-dream-job-with-resignation-letter-written-on-a-cake-194551591.html

 

Then was sidetracked by these DBC recipes, YUM!!!

 

 

Death by chocolate

http://youtu.be/5TsJxkG8Tbc

 

dbc one pan gooey goodness

http://youtu.be/Dfr8K-k-OqA

 

snickers brownies

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-MeaEr6VHOE&feature=share&list=PL78D3CAA833683464

 

 

s'amuser  "la Mort au Chocolat" icon_biggrin.gif

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post #64 of 175
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I saw a beautiful rainbow cake in the gallery this morning which reminded me of a cake done by Gretchen Price on her new blog "how to make a rainbow cake".

 

http://youtu.be/wxxeOQuzLuc

 

Go ahead, taste the rainbow.

 

Love you Gretchen!!!

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post #65 of 175
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I was looking through my cake decorating books and was just as fascinated with them as when I first bought them.

 

These are some of the cake designers I admire and love for their hard work and dedication.

 

TBA Garret "The Well Decorated Cake" and "Professional Cake Decorating", her  pipework is ingenious.

 

http://youtu.be/K7RSVvOAsk0

 

Margaret Braun, for her imaginative style and one of a kind creations.

 

http://youtu.be/MPxSZbrc9i0

 

Peggy Porschen, for her creative simplicity in "Beautiful Cakes"

 

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JqOaGyXkV1k&feature=share&list=PL2C62A5E7F33F24BF

 

The queen of wedding cakes, Sylvia Weinstock, for her beautiful cakes and candid personality.

 

http://youtu.be/V22cMo3mLUQ

http://youtu.be/VTTg2INvA6w

http://youtu.be/rcMUtq-7_KQ

 

There are some many wonderful cake designers at the top of their game that I'm in awe of, these are only a few of my favorites.

 

 

When I am working hard, I swear that I am going to quit because my wrists hurt,  my feet are killing me, and my left knee has a mind of it's own.

It is nice to relax and kick back sometimes with one of my cake decorating books to remember what I am doing all this for.

 

To all the cake designers out there still doing grunt work and aspiring to be one of the great ones, this ones for you.  Keep slicing, stacking, and spinning! thumbs_up.gif

 

http://youtu.be/FaAkzc8xjBI

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post #66 of 175
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Some crazy kids call this making a cake.  All I could is watch in silence and say a prayer for the people that had to deal with them after they ate it.......

 

http://youtu.be/DEb4UfpW4ME  o_0 

 

 

Over the top wedding cakes

 

http://www.thedailymeal.com/15-over-top-wedding-cakes-slideshow

 


Edited by enga - 4/24/13 at 2:11pm

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post #67 of 175
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Some crazy kids call this making a cake.  All I could is watch in silence and say a prayer for the people that had to deal with them after they ate it.......

 

http://youtu.be/DEb4UfpW4ME  o_0 

 

 

 

icon_eek.gif Oh wow. I guess in the grand scheme of things I'd rather see a bunch of young people having fun this way than the host of other mischiefs they could be up to. I just hope they don't eat that monstrosity often. Talk about clogged arteries.

post #68 of 175

Was going through the videos and found this GINORMOUS wedding cake this lady made for herself. If I ever made a cake like that for my wedding I would NEVER divorce. icon_lol.gif All that hard work would never EVER go to waste.

 

http://youtu.be/-4J6LKEiYoY

post #69 of 175
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Originally Posted by CWR41 View Post

Not a tutorial, but a youtube video audition for NGB2 which shows a 3-tier wedding cake being decorated in 4 minutes and 20 seconds (.40 - 5:00)...

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lE12zzPO4qk

Um, I couldn't stomach her fingernails. That CAN NOT be sanitary.

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Originally Posted by vgcea View Post

Was going through the videos and found this GINORMOUS wedding cake this lady made for herself. If I ever made a cake like that for my wedding I would NEVER divorce. icon_lol.gif All that hard work would never EVER go to waste.

 

http://youtu.be/-4J6LKEiYoY

Now that's a labor for love, wow.

post #71 of 175
Yep, labor of love is the best description.
post #72 of 175
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Thank you for sharing.

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post #73 of 175
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I went You Tube slumming today and lookie here what I found.

 

Ghetto cake mixers, what people wont do to make a cake. 0_o

 

http://youtu.be/PISierCJkEU

http://youtu.be/NPx-E-Lu2Vc

 

Then I found this precious little jewel, Jolene Sugar Baker Queen of the trailer park cooking.

I love watching her/him, oh I don't know which, taste the end result, priceless,ROTFL!!!!

 

http://youtu.be/vcglphoqdZo

 

Gingerbread corn dogs, I think I might actually try this one icon_lol.gif

 

http://youtu.be/CSWbyxVCNrI

 

This one almost made me cry but I guess that's why it was called an emergency wedding cake.

 

http://youtu.be/Ttj1bmcy7x0

 

Happy Tubing!

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post #74 of 175

my favorite so far is montreal confections .. was looking for royal icing transfer tutorials and ran across that channel, and I watched every single video! lol

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post #75 of 175
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Originally Posted by iCookiBake View Post

my favorite so far is montreal confections .. was looking for royal icing transfer tutorials and ran across that channel, and I watched every single video! lol


I am so guilty of the same thing, I like her channel too!

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