3 Quick Questions....

Decorating By CakeFaerieK Updated 12 Jul 2010 , 6:29pm by JaeRodriguez

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CakeFaerieK Posted 12 Jul 2010 , 5:16pm
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1. Is there a small round tip that's REALLY LONG for getting into small places without touching other parts of the cake?

2. What does a heating core look like for a big round cake?
I'm making a 14" round layer for a wedding cake and I'm clueless on the core part.

3. I read on here somtime back where someone suggested only filling a round pan a certain depth of batter....it always cooks the same. Anybody remember what the depth is?

Also, I use the nails in my larger cakes...read that on here and love it!
Will that work instead of a core?

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JaeRodriguez Posted 12 Jul 2010 , 6:29pm
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2. Yes you can use nails in your larger cake. I just read that someone uses a cleaned out soup can as a core as well, never tried it though!

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