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post #16 of 24
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It is a slice of banana cake. No fondant or frosting on top. 

thanks for this just had a look. All i can say is WOW!

post #17 of 24
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thanks for this just had a look. All i can say is WOW!

She did an amazing job. She always does!

post #18 of 24
Bct-I knew AZ's actual cake wasn't fondant covered but in the wee hours of my late night cyber cake surfing, I couldn't think of any cake that made that lovely texture. Thanks for letting me know it's BB! I was worried my ideas wouldn't make much sense after I posted (one of those restless nights) I had a few they were just a bit jumbled when I tried to write them icon_wink.gif
I couldn't remember if those plastic breads were textured at all, I did think they had some type of movement-maybe just the shading? Or perhaps I was delerious
post #19 of 24

It's just banana bread, no tricks or textures. :) And it was more for a joke for the bride to surprise her groom with than anything, so I would say if it were really something intended for service, and would be sitting uncovered for awhile, I'd brush it with syrup to keep it from drying out too bad.

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post #20 of 24

Sorry, cake not bread.

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post #21 of 24
It's very cool! I love the details you put into your cakes! I read your blog and it popped into my head when I read this post. Hope you don't mind I linked your pic to it
post #22 of 24
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Originally Posted by AZCouture View Post

Sorry, cake not bread.

if you had to produce bread texture in paste how would you do it?

post #23 of 24
It just occurred to me that I have a small impression mat that is sand texture. It would probably work for bread. It is by Makin's and is made for use with clay. I got it from Golda's Kitchen.

Here is the set it is with at Golda's Kitchen: http://www.goldaskitchen.com/merchant.ihtml?pid=5141&step=4
post #24 of 24
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It just occurred to me that I have a small impression mat that is sand texture. It would probably work for bread. It is by Makin's and is made for use with clay. I got it from Golda's Kitchen.

Here is the set it is with at Golda's Kitchen: http://www.goldaskitchen.com/merchant.ihtml?pid=5141&step=4

this is brillient and i have found a UK suplier. thanks everyone for your help

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