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So you want to be a cake boss. First question: Do you need an icing turntable? Turntables are basically revolving metal cake stands and the tool of choice for filling and frosting a cake with ease.
If we could still trick-or-treat and fill our own pillowcases with thousands of calories of candy, we would. No question. But apparently we're adults now, so Halloween needs to grow up a little bit too. Luckily it doesn't take much to throw together this spook-tastic centerpiece. And we have a sneaking suspicion it'll make you the star of the party.
Start class and your day with light, elegant and beautiful lemony cakes. Nicki shows how to prepare ramekins, efficiently zest lemons and mix the fluffy batter. Once you've baked and chilled your cakes, Nicki demonstrates how to unmold and serve them with a dollop of crème fraîche. Make these cakes ahead of time for a special occasion or just because!
If you’re considering using flowers as cake decorations but think it might require professional-level skill, think again. Fresh blooms can be way easier than fiddling with the sugar-based variety — and they’ll definitely earn you lots of hearts on Instagram. But before you start trimming stems or snacking on petal scraps, a few considerations.
Every superhero needs a sidekick, even our Caked Crusader. That's why he's teaming up with Horatio Shortening, the Robin to this week's ridiculously cool Fall Buttercream Flower cake. (Plus, don't miss Joshua sharing his secret piping recipe for the first time ever!)
When it comes to decorating with buttercream, a little goes a long way.
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Bake Joshua John Russell’s signature cakes, plus several never-before-seen recipes!
Decorate your cakes with delicate (and delicious) piped buttercream designs.