Requests for Help
Don't forget the Wanted & For
- Michelle would like to know if agar agar
can be substituted for gelatin in a buttercream fondant recipe.
- Dee is trying to locate a wholesale supplier of cold
porcelain( baby theme) favors. I make picture frames and would
like to buy a quantity of assorted items to put on my frames. I have
found some retail, but I need wholesale prices to make it a viable item
for retail sales. Can you help me out? If you can help, please
- Tiffany would like some suggestions on decorations
for a pool party birthday cake ... any suggestions
at all? Please contact her at MWhite@nawd.org
- Thu-Van Nguyen has questions on the 3-D
swan mold. What the swans come out like? If there are any pictures
(the cakes done with swan(s) decoration on them)? And are there any
instructions enclosed ?
- If you go to www.sugarpaste.com and click on molds you'll
see the swan. The mold comes in 2 halves. You fill each mold half,
unmold and stick the 2 together. A little smoothing where the seam
is and you have a beautiful swan.
- Amateur baker asks: I'm making a cake 6,8,10,14,16. Do I need separator
plates? Also, icing with frosting pride
- will I need stabilizer? She will be using frosting pride according
to Wilton's measurements and figures she'd need about 34+ cups to decorate
this cake. How many cups are there in a pint of frosting pride? Name
withheld on request.
- Separator plates can be used for stacked as well as tiered
cakes. Usually for stacked there is support or a separator on the
board the tier is on. No info on Frosting Pride.
- Casandra and Team ask this question:Hello, I create fake cakes using
styrofoam and I am looking for something to give me a fake icing effect.
Can you please advise me? Thank you in advance. Please respond
- Sandy Cook responds with this tip....
I use light spackling. You have to thin it down to the consistency
- Doug asks: Can you freeze petit fours
that are covered with quick pour fondant? let Doug know at email@example.com
- Chris Olsen @ Mrs. O's Kitchen, Inc. firstname.lastname@example.org.
Yes, you can freeze these petit fours. Keep them in the papers and
place in a plastic square container suitable for freezing. You can
then just take them out as you need them. They should keep well
for about 60 to 90 days!