How To Create "smoke" For My Cottage Cake.

Decorating By lhowse Updated 14 Jun 2012 , 4:11am by Chineka

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lhowse Posted 13 Jun 2012 , 1:50pm
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Hi There,
I am making a cottage cake for my dad's birthday and wanted to really take it up a notch by adding lights in the windows and smoke coming out of the chimney when I present it to him. I've figured out everything else except for the actual smoke. I've never worked with dry ice before so I have no idea if that's even an option.
any ideas out there in cake land??? icon_biggrin.gif appreciate the help.

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bakencake Posted 13 Jun 2012 , 2:18pm
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When you said smoke I automatically thought of cotton candy. what do you think?

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sweettreat101 Posted 13 Jun 2012 , 7:31pm
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My first thought was dry ice. You would need to place a small container inside the chimney to contain the water. They use it for volcano cakes so I don't see why you couldn't do the same with a cottage.

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Chineka Posted 14 Jun 2012 , 4:11am
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If you could get a mini humidifier the water vapor coming out
of it would look like smoke.

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