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point at which the cake starts to become golden in color is the sign to get the cake out of oven, since it is completely baked. Alongside, the juice of the cherries was being drained and the whipped cream was mixed with the vanilla sugar to form the blobs on the surface of the cake. The chocolate was separately being melted to get the icing ready. The melted chocolate was allowed to cool down and then started the process of assembling the cake. The Process: The success of the cake depends on the measurements...

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Follow the cake

Follow the cake in Makati By Camille Anne M. Arcilla and Gervie Kay S. Estella |Philippine Daily Inquirer12:01 am | Sunday, September 21st, 2014 The cakes that the Makati City local government gives out to its senior citizens on their birthdays are made in Quiapo, Manila. From its bakery at 923 R. Hidalgo St., Bakerite has been delivering the cakes to the Makati City Hall since March about 7:30 a.m. every day, replacing Cups and Mugs Kitchenette. Sonia Delmo, 42, has gotten used to reporting...

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Yummy Cake

Objectives As we all know, a cake is an emblem of celebration. Also, we use a cake as an expression of our feeling. For example, we used to buy cakes on some special and important days. For individuals, they need cakes on their Birthday, Wedding Party, Mothers’ Day and Fathers’ Day, etc. For the companies, they may need cakes in some events such as Celebration Party. We are willing to help the customers to make their cakes if necessary and so much as teaching them to make the cake themselves. We aim...

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Lab Test of a Chocolate Cake

centre, dark brown. Soggy Thick, Tough and harden DISCUSSIONS Chocolate cake from first recipe gives great texture of crumb and crust of the cake. In contrast, the second cake give a worse texture of the crumb and crust. Both cakes have distinct different in their attributes. This differences can be evaluated from their ingredients itself. Table below shows the baker’s percentage of both cakes. The first cake is denoted as T1, while the second one is denoted by T2. T1’s recipes shows...

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Survey Questionnaire for Cakes

Students [ ] Employed [ ] Unemployed [ ] Self-employed/Businessman Screening Questions 11. Do you eat cakes? [ ] Yes [ ] No 12. What do you prefer? [ ] Goldilocks [ ] Red Ribbon [ ] Dairy Queen [ ] Mary Grace ------------------------------------------------- [ ] Others, please specify ------------------------------------------------- 13. When did you buy cakes? [ ] Seasonal [ ] Occasional [ ] Every weekends [ ] Everyday ------------------------------------------------- ...

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How to Bake a Cake

Summer Tozzi ENC 1101 Professor Carole Ezell 16 September 2012 How to bake a cake Baking a cake may seem intimidating to most people but it really is not. All you need is a little creativity, patience and skill to master the task. It will prove not only to be fun but very therapeutic. Having the right kitchen tools can make the experience more enjoyable. The proper mixer is a worthwhile investment as it will make the baking experience much easier. The advantages to owning...

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Wedding Cakes

 Informative Speech - History Of The Wedding Cake     Specific Purpose:  To inform my audience about the history and development of the modern wedding cake. Central Idea:  Our decadent, modern wedding cake took centuries to evolve from its humble beginnings as rough breads. I. The origins of today’s wedding cake can be traced back to ancient Roman  II. With the Roman conquests, the Roman wedding traditions were carried to  III. During the 1660’s, a French chef visiting England was...

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Cake Decorating

Making a professional cake Cake has always been a large part in our society. You go to a wedding and you leave with sugar gut. The only reason why we go to office birthday parties is for the cake. However just almost anyone can follow the directions on the back of a Duncan Hines cake box, so how do you get that “wow” cake, the cake that they’ll be talking about around the water cooler? You need a few things before you can even think about making a professional cake. Those things would be...

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CAKE DECORATIONS WHAT IS CAKE DECORATION? It is one of the sugar arts that use icing or frosting and other edible decorative elements to make plain cakes more visually interesting. Alternatively, cakes can be molded and sculpted to resemble three-dimensional persons, places and things. COMMON TERMS USED IN CAKE DECORATING: Airbrush An artist's paint gun using an air pump to spray food coloring finely and evenly on cakes, cupcakes or cookies. Excellent for making backgrounds. Bag Striping A technique...

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frosting and cake stuff

 Frosting Frosting, also known as “buttercream” icing, is a creamy, fluffy cake topping that is popular for its extravagant deliciousness and its striking visual appeal. Ingredients: 4 cups of icing sugar. 250g of softened butter. 2 tablespoons of milk. 1 teaspoon of vanilla essence. Method: 1. Using either an electric mixer on low speed or a bowl and wooden spoon, beat the butter, sugar and vanilla essence into a cream. 2. Add the milk and whip the mixture until it is fluffy. For...

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