My Mmf Cake

Decorating By cakegal Updated 7 Jul 2005 , 3:49pm by charman

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cakegal Posted 7 Jul 2005 , 2:09pm
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Well, I posted the picture in childrens birthdays... you could use it as a grooms cake for a groom that was in the military or likes hunting...
Alex was thrilled with it... I love working with's my favorite...
I'm practicing my MMF roses ... the ribbon roses are nice....but I'm having trouble with the regular rose.......the base seems to end up way to thick...Is this suppose to be real thick?
Anyways...the boony hat was a hit..
Happy baking,

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tcturtleshell Posted 7 Jul 2005 , 2:12pm
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Great cake Cakegal!! You did a terrific job on it!! After my family reunion & have to start practicing on MMF. I have an order for another wedding cake for Aug 27th... I better get busy!

I'm gonna need some help w/ that & now I know who to call!!

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charman Posted 7 Jul 2005 , 2:20pm
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I've seen a lot on here about MMF...does it taste better than regular fondant? Could you send me your recipe? I understand there is a buttercream tasting fondant you can make...anyone done that before? I would love a recipe for it as well if it tastes good, and is easy to work with...thanks! icon_smile.gif

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charman Posted 7 Jul 2005 , 3:49pm
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okay...feeling a little dumb...just looking over old post of mine, and realized I had already asked the question about the rolled buttercream fondant, but never got a chance to see the replies...sorry for the mental lapse. Still curious thought about the MMF.
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