- Hardcover: 256 pages
- Publisher: Hermes House (1 May 1998)
- Language: English
- ISBN-10: 1840380608
- ISBN-13: 978-1840380606
- Package Dimensions: 29.8 x 23.2 x 2.8 cm
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- #31707 in Food, Drink & Entertaining (Books)
The Ultimate Cake Decorator: A Complete Course in Cake Decorating, Design and Baking Hardcover – Import, 1 May 1998
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Skill demonstrations include tinting and coloring sugarpaste, covering cakes, cut-out flowers and fruits, frills, ribbon work and modelling. The text is well-written with the student in mind and the photographs are excellent. I especially like the novelty section with the kids cakes, my favorite is the Ladybug.
My only complaint with this book is that for a "comprehensive guide" most of the cakes are one or two layers, and there are very few tiered cakes. Perhaps the authors feel that is a subject of its own and belongs in another book. That would be fine, except they touch upon it with a few cakes, I assume to show how to use exterior columns to hold the tiers. They do not explain or demonstrate fully the use and placement of the interior dowels or "skewers". If your interest is to make tiered cakes, ignore this section and find a specific guide to tiered cakes. Wilton has several very good ones.
This is a good book and well worth the price.