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Tuesday, January 4, 2011

Quenary Academy Clay art cakes decoration 陶艺蛋糕装饰 4

9 comments:

  1. This never stops amazing me. And just in case you are curious, it is heavy cream they used on the cake. Just amazing! This is a culinary school in Malaysia called The Quenary Academy. So Cool!

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  2. How do you know it is heavy cream? I've been searching for any information and haven't found any yet and it's irritating! I guess it has to be cold to really be worked with well.

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  3. could u explain how to achieve this approx. heavy cream texture?

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  4. I was wondering the same thing, i'd be amazed if this were a simple heavy cream.. it looks like a combination of Italian meringue and whipped cream almost... but it's so stiff.. i'm not positive. As a fellow culinary student, i'm dying to know!!!

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  5. From watching another video that had the carton in it. I saw that they use something called "silver cream" non dairy whipping cream. It's a blue and white carton. From west I can tell its out of Vietnam. If anyone knows of a vendor in the USA please let me know

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  6. It is the same stuff as Millac Gold :) It´s a light, but really stable. The more you mix it the better it will stay in the shape you want it. Tastes kind of ichy though...

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  7. It´s a light , but very stable cream was what I was trying to write in the middle of the night. Of to bed!

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  8. Hi,
    Can you please tell me the name of the powder colour used to colour the icing flowers at the Q Academy? And what is the cone shaped flower nail called? Where can I buy the nail and cones? Thanks.

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  9. I am sorry I didn't reply to your comments. I never received any notifications. But this technique is a mystery to me as well, and I haven't had time to look into it. But it is amazing.

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