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Coasting : Issue 6 Dec 2009
11 www.coastingtoday.com.au Tips for making cake at home 1 "Put the air-conditioner on," Julie said. "You've got to make sure that the air in the kitchen is dry. Humidity can cause problems." 2 Chocolate mud cake is the best cake to carve. "But make sure that the cake is really cold before you start carving it. Put in in the fridge overnight." 3 "You've got to have fun with it," Julie insists. "Not just in the planning, but in the eating. At every major occasion in life we have cake." 4 "Get the kids involved, and don't worry about the mess." MUD STICKS: Chocolate mud cakes are the best to sculpt. Here, Julie is applying ganache, a mixture of chocolate and cream, which looks and tastes great, but also helps to keep the cake moist. WINE COUNTRY: A cake created for a wedding in the Hunter Valley. To release your true beauty hidden within. Welcome to our sanctuary and escape the stresses of modern day living. As you enter our world you become the focus... Our expert therapists will personally tailor your care to suit your style with one goal... Christmas Package only $99 1 hour Customised Facial Neck & Shoulder de-stress massage Hand & Foot Massage Relaxing Scalp Massage Eyebrow wax & Shape Eyebrow Tint Eyelash Tint Great Value At Only $99 Spoil that someone special for Christmas with an Anjule gift voucher, available now. c8638398-3Dec Mother of all wedding cakes Question: What does the daughter of master cake maker Julie Wilson get for a cake on her wedding day? Answer: Anything she wants! When Julie's daughter Melissa married Steve Shaw in August this year, a 70kg cake was unveiled at their reception at Copacabana Surf Club. Three men were needed to lift it. It featured seven tiers, with layers of jaffa, orange and almond, peppermint, white, chocolate marble, caramel marble and chocolate. A feat of engineering as much as cake making, the feast was held together by a centre pole, each layer rested on a board, and 44 skewers were strategically placed to support the weight and keep it all together. BIG JOB: What little princess could resist this special birthday cake? PERSONALISED: An initialled wedding cake. STAY! GOOD BOY: The attention to detail in this birthday cake is impressive.
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