Wasc For Carving?

Decorating By rcolson13 Updated 5 Feb 2010 , 1:54pm by FullHouse

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rcolson13 Posted 5 Feb 2010 , 1:17pm
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Hi fellow CCers!

I usually use a variation of the WASC recipe bc it's so moist and delicious. I'm making a cake where I need to make a dartboard. Since the biggest pan I have in 16"x16", I figured I could carve a circle out of this size (let me know if you another idea how I could make it). Does anyone carve with WASC? Is there a different recipe I should use?



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FullHouse Posted 5 Feb 2010 , 1:54pm
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WASC will work fine for carving, esp. a simple circle. It helps to carve a chilled cake, you can also add a few ounces of melted choc or white choc for added firmness if you are carving something more detailed. For future reference, I actually like to use pound cake when I carve really detailed cakes (anything spherical) but know many are successful using WASC for all carving.

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