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Food Heaven

Cake Dec - Mar/Apr 2019

Food Heaven is a brand new magazine series which indulges all your cooking and baking needs. It will feature the popular titles Cupcake Heaven and Baking Heaven, and you will also be treated to special magazines about cake decorating, cupcakes for kids and much more. Each issue will be packed with inspiring recipes and projects, beautiful photography, and the chance to learn new techniques and take your cooking and baking skills to the next level.

Country:
United Kingdom
Language:
English
Publisher:
Anthem Publishing
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12 Issues

IN THIS ISSUE

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“happy easter! get creative with our spring designs…”

It’s slowly feeling like the dark wintry days are behind us and there is some light at the end of the tunnel, with sure signs that spring is just around the corner. This issue is inpsired by the change of seasons and the lovely celebrations it brings, from the cupcake rose bouquet on page 20 and the tulip fields cupcakes on page 56 that were designed especially for mum this Mother’s Day, to creative Easter cakes and biscuits both kids and adults will enjoy.Practise your modelling skills with the burrowing bunny cake project on page 16, give hand-painting a go with the decorated biscuits on page 69 and if you’re new to cake carving, the Easter cake on page 44 is a great place to start.Discover how to work with…

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decorate it!

Don’t look now…It’s so easy to bring your spring and Easter bakes to life using Cake Décor Edible Eyes!Use these handy little eyes to breathe life into all kinds of cakes and bakes – from cute and cuddly animals to your favourite people and characters!Edible Eyes add the perfect finishing touch to birthday cakes, cupcakes and seasonal bakes and are also great fun to use with the kids. There’s really no end to what you can do with these additions to your cake decorating armoury!Cake Décor Edible Eyes are now available at Tesco, Asda, Morrisons, Waitrose, The Range and online at www.sprinklesandco.co.ukWIN!1 of 5 Tala Originals Icing Bag Sets, Worth £20 Each! One cake decorating essential that no baker should be without is the timeless Tala Icing Bag Set in…

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look what i made!

Do you have a cake you’re really proud of decorating? Send a high-resolution photo to jessica.clark@anthem-publishing.com and be in with a chance of winning a bumper hamper from our friends at Cake Décor…Gemma BartonI made my grandparent’s 60th Wedding Anniversary Cake. It was my first time making sugarpaste flowers, I made over 60!Sharron FidlerThis was my first attempt using modelling chocolate, which I turned into my version of a harvest witch’s hat.Katie MillerThis was my first attempt at a semi-naked cake, my first time using a coloured drip and second attempt at making roses.Tamara ColemanI am a beginner baker, but I made this ombré ruffle cake for my Mum’s 60th and was really proud of the end result.Karen PotterI was asked to make this cake for a friend’s daughter’s 16th…

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easter egg cake

YOU WILL NEEDFOR THE CAKE• 600g (21oz) plain flour, plus extra for dusting• 8 large free-range eggs• 400g (14 oz) caster sugar• 8 tsp cream of tartar• 4 tsp bicarbonate of soda• 1 tsp salt• 400ml (14fl oz) Baileys, or other cream liqueur• 400ml (14fl oz) vegetable oil• 3 tsp pure vanilla extract• 150g (5 oz) blackberries, chopped, optionalFOR THE BUTTERCREAM• 80ml (3fl oz) water• 250g (9oz) caster sugar• 4 large free-range eggs• 400g (14oz) butter, softened• 200g (7oz) milk chocolate, melted and cooled• 60ml (2fl oz) Baileys (room temperature)TO DECORATE• 600g (1lb 5oz) blackberry jam• 900g (2lb) white sugarpaste• food gel colours; pink and green, plus a rainbow of colours of your choice for the flower decorations• icing sugar, for dusting• edible glueEQUIPMENT• basic cake decorating toolkit• 2 x…

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easter bunny cake plaque

YOU WILL NEEDTO DECORATE• Saracino Pasta Top sugarpaste: White• Saracino Modelling Paste: Black, White• Magic Colours Airbrush Colour: Lemongrass• Magic Colours Gel Colours: Egg Yellow, Garden Green, Magic Red, Neon Green, Neon Pink, Neon Purple, Orangino• Magic Colours Dust Colour: Petal Rouge• Magic Colours Jumbo Edible Ink Pen: BlackEQUIPMENT• modelling tools: bulbous cone, dresden• rolling pin• PME circle cutter: 12.5cm (5in)• paintbrush: size 1• wide, flat paintbrush• tea strainer or sieve1 Cover a 23cm (9in) round cake in the white Pasta Top sugarpaste and cut out a 12.5cm (5in) circle. Leave both to set overnight.MAKE THE CENTRE CIRCLE2 Use a wide flat brush to paint a thin layer of the lemongrass airbrush paint over the surface of the circle. Leave to dry, then glue the circle centrally on top of…

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burrowing bunnies cake

YOU WILL NEEDFOR THE CAKE• tall 15cm (6in) cake, plus frostingTO DECORATE• sugarpaste: green, pink, white, orange, plus colours of your choice for the bunnies' fur• edible glue• granulated sugar (an egg cup full)• 100g (3½oz) caster sugar• 75g (2¾oz) dark chocolate• cornflourEQUIPMENT• 18cm (7in) cake drum (larger if you would like to create more of a scene around the cake, or add a message to it)• embossing sheets: ideally a gravel effect sheet and a wood grain, plus a grass effect sheet for the cake board• rolling pin or icing smoother• Washi Tape or a 13mm (½in) ribbon• FMM picket fence cutter• heart or diamond shaped plunger• wire whisk• baking tray lined with greaseproof paper• small saucepanCREATING YOUR GARDEN BASE1 Crumb coat and frost your cake, then cover with…

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