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  • Mesquite, NV
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"Could you make a buttercream then fold in some whipped cream to lighten it??? Just a thought"
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Steve Brown replied to Chef Jim's discussion Costco Cakes in the group Pastry & Baking 411
"From what ive noticed the base mix you can add other ingredients without much worry. (pumpkin, chocolate etc.) the cake mix is more add water and go. Dawn gives samples...LARGE samples...8 )"
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Self tought Pastry Chef/Chocolatier- Ive worked with alot of good Chefs. I love my job!!
I enter competitions :
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At 6:26am on March 10, 2011, sara said…

 

Thankyou BOT

You are always have good thing . 

At 4:42pm on March 9, 2011, sara said…

Hello

May to help me to get new flavor for make delicious cupcake??Ilooking to rare taste:)

                                                                                                       thankyou:)

At 8:18pm on September 26, 2010, diane parish said…
Thank you for your time. I took a part time job at a bakery and they apparently are going through alot of the $30 type for apple pies and are considering purchasing a heafty priced one 3 or $400. Any thoughts would be appreciated. diane
At 7:43pm on February 10, 2010, Nancy Smith said…
Thanks for your help. I've heard that it does work to buy the inexpensive ones at the hobby shops. Your pictures are fabulous too.
At 2:39pm on November 29, 2009, Annette Simpson said…
That sounds so easy, why didn't I think of that. I do that all the time with my cake decorating (think outside the box) I should have thought to try it with my recipes as well. This opens up a whole new area, thank you so much :-)
At 2:09pm on August 16, 2009, Sandra Mallut said…
Thank you for the info I appreciate it!!!
At 2:53pm on August 8, 2009, cherie l. malmquist said…
You do very nice work!
At 11:19pm on July 10, 2009, Kerry said…
Hi Bot, I was looking at your photos, which are fabulous, I was wondering what is the gelatin looking dessert, it has a whilte bottom and a yellow top and is square? I'm intrigued... Also, (If you don't mind) is your 3rd picture and oreo cheesecake? Is that just a crust on the bottom? Is it just extra thick? I seem to always have problems with oreo crusts, I think maybe I use too much butter...Thanks!
At 11:07pm on April 22, 2009, Kristi said…
We actually did a fresh peach pie with the macaroon cookie base as well. It is a nice sort of unexpected addition. Sounds similar to your lemon curd and raspberry. Another good one is we made a mango puree in place of the juice (thinned with lime juice) with a swirl of raspberry that turned out really well. We made that up in the style of key lime pie, but cooked the filling in a hotel pan just a little soft, scooped into the shells and swirled the raspberry puree into it and then finished baking it. I wish I could find that recipe...but I know we just adjusted the normal keylime recipe to factor in the slightly thicker mango puree for the juice...it was really good. And unique...again one of the random things that we came up with for a themed party at the last minute. Sometimes that is where the best ideas come from, when you are at the end of the rope creatively feeling the pressure to do new things. As soon as you stop worrying about it, something great comes to you. Then you have to immediately stop what you are doing to write it down before it passes. Plus, I am better at thinking on my feet under pressure.
At 11:00pm on April 22, 2009, Kristi said…
It's always good to be the only game in town when things are slow. I am in the middle of opening (well about 4-5 weeks away) a bakery and cafe in the Chicago area which is what the construction pics are from. Though today I had a battle with my contractor about him not staying on budget, and not even giving me a little warning that he was going to go way over. So it's been a stressful week.
 
 
 

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