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3Instructables180,042Views87CommentsJoined September 21st, 2015
Hi, I'm Sam, I'm an architect in my formal profession, but I always held a passion for cooking and baking, Recently, I've started cake decorating, COOKIEDough is my passion, my website is www.cookiedoughshop.com, and my blog is coming soon, you are welcome to visit my facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/cookiedoughshop

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  • SemadarG commented on SemadarG's instructable Realistic Porterhouse Steak Cake 2 weeks ago
    Realistic Porterhouse Steak Cake

    Wow!!!! Amazing job!!! Looks really pro! I'm sure it was a huge success, I hope you enjoyed the process :)

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  • SemadarG commented on SemadarG's instructable Realistic Porterhouse Steak Cake 3 weeks ago
    Realistic Porterhouse Steak Cake

    Hi, I used gumpaste for the bone because it's a fast dry, therefore easier to cut clean. You may also use fondant with Tylose or CMC, but let it rest for a little bit to allow it to harden before you cut through because it is too elastic at first.The note is also a rolled gumpaste, I used black food coloring gel with a thin brush. But you can also use edible pen, or any other preferable method, including color dust with vodka/ lemon extract. If you keep the cake in the referigirator over night before starting to carve it, you will have no problem carving it. I wouldn't recommend using brownies, it's too dense. This cake requires very minimal carving, you just place the steak pattern on the surface of a leveled cake and follow its outline with a knife. Always work on a chilled cake when...see more »Hi, I used gumpaste for the bone because it's a fast dry, therefore easier to cut clean. You may also use fondant with Tylose or CMC, but let it rest for a little bit to allow it to harden before you cut through because it is too elastic at first.The note is also a rolled gumpaste, I used black food coloring gel with a thin brush. But you can also use edible pen, or any other preferable method, including color dust with vodka/ lemon extract. If you keep the cake in the referigirator over night before starting to carve it, you will have no problem carving it. I wouldn't recommend using brownies, it's too dense. This cake requires very minimal carving, you just place the steak pattern on the surface of a leveled cake and follow its outline with a knife. Always work on a chilled cake when you're caking it. Good luck!

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  • SemadarG commented on SemadarG's instructable Realistic Porterhouse Steak Cake 4 weeks ago
    Realistic Porterhouse Steak Cake

    Hi, I used the regular "copper" one, by Wilton, not a metallic sheen. Don't worry about the airbrush, you can achive great results by applying the colors with regular brushes. I'm not sure what do you mean by 'chocolate fondant', if you refer to brown modeling chocolate, then it would be to dark for it. You can brighten it by combining white modeling chocolate.But keep in mind that when using a modeling chocolate, you'll need to use oil based food coloring, the regular gel color are water based. Enjoy your project! Would love to see photos of your cake :)

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  • SemadarG commented on SemadarG's instructable Realistic Porterhouse Steak Cake 3 months ago
    Realistic Porterhouse Steak Cake

    Thanks! I try my very best :)

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  • SemadarG commented on SemadarG's instructable Zombie Mouth Cupcake4 months ago
    Zombie Mouth Cupcake

    GREAT job!!!!! It looks like you had lots of fun!

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  • SemadarG commented on SemadarG's instructable Realistic Porterhouse Steak Cake 5 months ago
    Realistic Porterhouse Steak Cake

    Thank you very much! :)

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  • SemadarG commented on SemadarG's instructable Zombie Mouth Cupcake8 months ago