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My Irish Cousin's B'day Cake

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Gravity-Defying Cake Designs taught by Lauren Kitchens

Create Lauren's gravity-defying waffle cake with a simple, hidden support structure. Use what you learn to achieve this amazing illusion with other designs, too!

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Share a little about the materials, processes and techniques used to create this cake: The cake is a chocolate bundt cake covered in fondant. The foam for the Guinness Beer is a sugar syrup with baking soda added at the last second to make it foam. Tastes like toasted marshmallows. The bottle is modeling chocolate. The label is an edible image.

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What are you most proud of? That I even did this!

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What advice would you give someone starting this project? Just do it!

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Thank you!

11/30/2013 Flag

Fantastic,

12/13/2013 Flag

This is amazing! Can I ask how you make sugar syrup?

12/14/2013 Flag

I guess it wasn't a traditional sugar syrup. Here is the recipe. It is called honeycomb sugar. 3/4 cup sugar, 2teaspoons honey, 2TBS water 1/2 tsp baking soda. Heat to 300 degrees. It turned amber and then I turned off the heat and added the baking soda. That made it foam. It tastes like peanut brittle without the peanuts. I then poured it over the bundt cake pan, inverted, and let it harden, which only took a few minutes. Then I placed the pieces in the cake.

12/17/2013 Flag

Cool trick with the baking soda! This cake is great.

12/22/2013 Flag