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#1 posted 92 days ago
lovely tutorial Micheal, thanks for sharing!
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#2 posted 92 days ago
Brilliant! great tutorial! thank you! :-)
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#3 posted 91 days ago
Very clever! Thank for sharing!
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#4 posted 91 days ago
Love it! Thank you for posting. Nina xoxo
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#5 posted 91 days ago
That’s a keeper, thank’s for sharing.
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#6 posted 90 days ago
Great tutorial thanks! :-)
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#7 posted 90 days ago
Thank you! I was always wondering how it worked. :)
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#8 posted 88 days ago
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#9 posted 87 days ago
Great job! thank you!
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#10 posted 86 days ago
questions. 1. how do you get the look of froth?
2. was it baked in a coffee can?
3. what temp was it baked at for it to cook through?My son would love this cake. Wonder if there is a recipe for a Beer cake?
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#11 posted 83 days ago
Hi Vii, the froth I made with sugarpaste, it is not bake. And there are some recipes for beer cake, look it up and try ;) the cake was baked with round pans then leveled and trimed. Then I cuted the cake top to bottom (just the center to the edge) so it could fit the stick and closed it woth the chocolate ganache. Happy baking :)
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#12 posted 37 days ago
Thanks for this pictorial tutorial. Is the can made from RCT or is it a real can stuck on the dowel? Thanks for your help.
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#13 posted 17 days ago
Michael, Do you have any video tutorial for these type of cake? Thanks :)
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#14 posted 17 days ago
Great tutorial, thank you for sharing
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