If you decide to make my "Gravity Defying Chocolate Cake" don't forget to come and post your photos on my Facebook page, I'd love to see them!!
- Laura x
This is AMAZING!!!!! GREAT JOB!!!
Love it. Thank you for great tutorial. It is a big help.
This is amazing thank you for taking the time to show/share this
This is amazing, thank you! Will definitely be trying it out! Not quite sure I understand how the jug is securely attached to the support though?
This is amazing!!! I am just wondering how you get the metal rod to stay upright? Is it simply stuck into the 2 cake drums or is there additional support underneath? Trying to work it out :) Thank you for this tutorial!!
Thank you for this amazing tutorial. This is amazing!! I am wondering though, how you get the metal rod to stand up? Is it just stuck into the 2 cake boards or is there additional support there? Thank you :)
Great tutorial; however, I do have the same question: how did you get the standing pipe piece into the board? Is it screwed into place?
Gotta try this! Thanks for sharing.
Thank you so much for sharing this! Your cake looks AMAZING!!
so stinking cool! :D
I have been dreaming of wanting to learn this and here you are my Angel! Thank you soooo much for sharing it :)
Thank you so much for your tutorial, I've always wanted to do this type of cake,but didn't know how. You're wonderful..
Can you please tell us about the metal rod. You haven't talked about it being food grade metal or washing it or even how it is attached to the board! Looking at your tutorial it seems you have"glued" it in place with gumpaste. Awesome cake btw!
super présentation. Merci beaocoup:)
Hi Everyone, I'm glad you like the tutorial!
Sorry I wasn't too clear about a few things in my tutorial.
The Metal Rod is completely covered in Drinking Straws so it will never touch the cake.
The Metal Rod is secured underneath the second cake drum, you will need to use a washer and nut to secure it into place, you will also need to make a small "well" underneath the second cake drum so it sits flat on the counter top.
The Metal rod goes straight through the two cake drums and is secured underneath.
Because of the texture of the Metal Rod, The Cream Jug stays securely in place without movement, you just need to make sure that the hole you make in the plastic cup isn't too large or it will slide off.
If you have any other questions, please don't hesitate to ask :)
- Laura x
Thank you Laura!!!! Awesome!!!!!
Thank you so much for taking the time to respond! That is awesome!
Laura I am going to give the cake a go for my nephew who adores chocolate cake ,so will be a complete surprise Thank you for tutorial bless you Maureen x
What tool did I you use to bend the metal studding rod? Was it 1/4 of an inch? Thanks so much for the tutorial!!
Thank you so much for sharing!
Thanks for the tutorial and learning material. I used 8 tubes of Smarties for my second recipe which I copied from BBC good food. When I was an intern in Masaryk University (as an exchange intern in The Czech Republic), they used to have culinary contests and do my essay each month, so I leanred a lot there too.