By Turner Poissonnier. Cake. Published at Friday, September 13th, 2019 - 01:57:33 AM.
Actually I have heard and read in the last year that bakers do not subscribe to the idea of holding onto the cake for a year, since unless it is a whiskey or rum soaked cake it will be the worse for wear after a year, even in the freezer. Much like my husband said, that it was getting dry sitting in the freezer. The reason our particular cake was getting dry, had nothing to do with the ability of my baker, it was the ingredients I had requested. I was trying to give up wheat at the time and requested the top layer to be made from rice flour. Well, if you know anything about baking or even rice, you know that rice is one of those foods that absorbs the liquids around it, much like mushrooms, or potatoes do. Even though she used mayonnaise to add moisture to this cake, even after just five short months the rice flour had completely sapped up all the moisture in the cake itself and was already dry, as my dear husband told me as he was eating it.
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How to choose your Wedding Cake Maker, Along with choosing the perfect dress and romantic honeymoon destination, the wedding cake is often one of the most important elements to consider when planning a wedding. So how do you know who to trust to make your dream cake? How do you go about selecting someone, usually a perfect stranger, to be given the responsibility of playing such an integral part to your Wedding Day? How do you know that they can realise your dreams and create a cake that looks and tastes good enough to be served at your wedding whilst remaining within budget and being delivered on time?
Prepare your cookie sheets – Line each one of your cookie sheets with parchment paper cut long enough so that it extends over the side of the pan so that you can fit the parchment down into the corners. If you are not sure how much parchment paper to use, roll it out onto the cookie sheet and then set another cookie sheet on top of it and push down. Cut the excess parchment paper off. Repeat until all of your cookie sheets are covered. Set them aside.
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