Beginner's Guide to Cake Decorating

Beginner's Guide to Cake Decorating

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Even those who have never baked and decorated a cake before in their lives will be able to make beautiful cakes with the help of Beginner's Guide to Cake Decorating .

The first section of the book looks at the equipment you will need and demonstrates the standard icing and cake recipes required to bake and cover all kinds of cakes. Subsequent sections explain techniques for decorating with sugarpaste, royal icing, marzipan and buttercream. There are instructions on making sugar flowers and leaves, and many other sugarcraft techniques such as fabric effects, piping royal icing, modeling figures and animals--all accompanied by beautiful cake designs that are simple to create by following the clear, step-by-step instructions. Beginner's Guide to Cake Decorating includes chapters on: Decorating with sugarpaste (rolled fondant) Decorating with royal icing Decorating with buttercream and marzipan Decorating with chocolate Decorating with sugar flowers Modeling on cakes
Publisher: London : Merehurst, 2002
ISBN: 9781853918155
Branch Call Number: 641.8653 BEG 2002
Characteristics: 111 p. : cil. ill


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