Maybe not the right place to ask, but I'm not sure where to post this...I was given a Williams Sonoma Beehive cake pan... and I have NO idea how to get the two pieces to "stick" together and stand up...anyone?
I have made this cake, once for my son's MIL's 75 birthday, because she is a bee keeper. Everyone loved it, I liked it too even though I don't like very many cakes, I just like to bake and decorate them-not eat them.
The two parts are baked and cooled and put together with buttercream, the buttercream is not really visible if you use the glaze drizzled over the topl I used the recipes and directions for the cake that came on the packaging. It is a honey lemon cake and was delicious. If you do not have the cardboard packaging from the cake pan, you can get the recipes from the Williams Sonoma website.