Fondant, Fillings And Refrigeration

Decorating By jbaker1 Updated 2 Jun 2009 , 1:45pm by MissRobin

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jbaker1 Posted 2 Jun 2009 , 1:23pm
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I am hoping someone can give me some guidance on a cake I've been asked to do. The client is asking for a cake with a filling that requires refrigeration. She would like the cake covered in fondant with gumpaste flowers on top. I've done each of these components before, but not here are my questions;
1. Can a cake covered in mmf be refrigerated? If yes, do I need to do anything differently?
2. I'm assuming gumpaste flowers cannot be kept on top of the cake in the cooler. Is this accurate?

Any and all suggestions will be most appreciated. Thanks!!

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MissRobin Posted 2 Jun 2009 , 1:45pm
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I know there are some people on here that refrigerat their MMF, I have never had luck with that. I know that you do not want to refrigerate your flowers/gumpaste, that would probably be a disaster. Sorry I am not more help.

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