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    It is helpful to practice and test with each type of icing before settling on one to use. Two very commonly used types of icing are buttercream, fondant. There are also two different types of fondant. “Two types of fondant- poured and rolled.” (What is Fondant). Rolled fondant is made by kneading and then rolling it out. Poured fondant is made by mixing the ingredients together over boiling water. Fondant is usually used in order to make an extra smooth finish to a cake or for making shapes. The use of fondant allows for there to be many more options in decorating cakes. Fondant can make a cake look exorbitantly more elegant. Each type of icing has special uses to create amazing designs. One interesting design that is created with fondant is a marble effect. “To marble fondant dip a toothpick into the dye and cut the fondant with it in several places. Then knead the fondant until you get the desired color. (Techniques). Buttercream icing is used mainly when piping on designs with a decorating bag. Piping is difficult to master, since it is like free handing a picture, but it can end up with very unique…

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    you are looking for durable, ease to use and maintain device this kit will be ideal. It Weighs 12 ounces and measures 8.7 by 6.6 by 2.5 inches. This Italian cookie press comes with 20 discs with a limitless variety of goodie shapes, and an instruction and recipe booklet to give you an exciting European experience. It is hand washed. 8. NuVita Cookie Press http://goo.gl/Zpmlw3 If are looking for a highly versatile appliance, the Nuvita Press is for you. You can use it for consistently creating…

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    We need to work together and bake a new cake!”. “You’re right” Fishy sighed. “Let’s start right away!” “Yeah,” Cookie replied. “If we work together we can finish another cake before the day ends!” And so they began to make another cake. They got out all the ingredients, went to Mr.Jellyfish’s house again to get more eggs, and mixed all of the ingredients together. Then they poured the batter into a pan and put the pan into the oven. When the cake was finally done, they both gripped it tightly as…

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    food in Tita’s life as a carrier of emotion. One of Tita’s first contributions to a family recipe is her help in preparing the Chabela wedding cake for the marriage of her seemingly erstwhile lover Pedro to her sister Rosaura. Triggered by agony over this unjust theft of love by family tradition, a few of Tita’s tears fall into the cake’s icing and change the consistency without Tita revealing anything about their meaning (Esquivel 35). The first example of magical realism follows soon after,…

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    Since the beginning of civilization, communities have always been formed. Neanderthals learned to survive in groups, no one man traveled by sea, and not one person can run a country by themselves. We all have our personal opinions, but not everyone is willing to sacrifice in order to see a “Greater Good”. It may not always be necessary, but at times it is better to be able to give up one thing, to make others better. Let’s look at school. You are in a group for Foods and your group is baking…

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    To be a leader, means you have to learn how to bake a cake. What on earth does baking a cake and leadership have in common? Well, let me explain. When baking a box cake, you have to have the cake mix, the oil, the eggs, and the water. When developing leadership qualities, everyone has to have a personality that is just like your box cake mix. This is extremely important, this is what people notice about you, how you interact with others, and how you react to situations. So, just like when you…

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    One way of making edible cake toppers is by using fondant icing. There are many advantages in using fondant icing in making cake toppers—for one is the freedom to choose any design, color and flavor you want for your cake topper. To give you the confidence in making fondant cake toppers with expert accuracy, here are the answers to five FAQs that you can take note of. What is the different between gum paste and fondant icing? When you have chosen to use fondant over gum paste in making your…

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    How To Cut Out Cookies

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    cookies to make are sugar cookie cut outs. My family loves them because they are soft and fluffy. To start the ingredient off you will need the following. 1 cup unsalted butter, slightly softened to room temperature 1 cup sugar 1 egg 1 teaspoon vanilla extract 1/2 teaspoon almond extract (optional) 3 cups flour 1 1/2 teaspoons baking powder 1/2 teaspoon salt For the icing For the icing: 3 3/4 cups sifted powdered sugar 3 Tablespoons meringue powder(I buy at Michael’s) 6 Tablespoons…

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    are rising. Third, once the cupcakes are done turn off the oven and take the cupcakes out of the oven. Last step of cooking let the cupcakes cool for about 10 minutes. Cooking is a big part of baking cupcakes because you need to know what you are doing; because the cupcakes can turn out too done, not done all the way, or over flow in the pan. Last but not least, the final step in the recipe is styling and consuming. Styling is the fun, creative, and hard part of the recipe. It don’t matter the…

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    Stage 1: Acute Stage (days 1-3) In the Acute Stage, you should follow the PRICE system. Protection- Protecting your injured ankle is necessary. Wearing a removable plastic cast is ideal, along with crutches. Rest- Bedrest is the easiest way to keep your ankle safe. Ice- Ice the ankle, but only once the ankle is no longer swollen. Compression- Compress the ankle to get rid of the swelling. Elevation- Elevate the ankle above the heart. Stage 2: Sub-Acute Stage (days 3-14) During this time, I…

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