Fresh flowers and a simple piping design provide the finishing touches.
By America's Test Kitchen | January 9, 2012
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the recipe is cute. i would like to know what makes cakes last long. thanks
What about fondant??? I have to transport my cake to NYC from the Berkshires…..what do you think? any advice? fondant or no fondant? THAT is the question..;)
How long should the cake sit out before serving? This post has been SO HELPFUL already!
I just needed to know how much batter you put into each 2-in high round cake pan? Because when you put 6 cups of batter into a 10-inch round cake pan you get a two inch cake…was wondering if I put less than 6 cups…then I could make a three layer cake without torting it…so how much batter should I put into my 10-in round cake pan?
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