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OK. Here's a nice story. It's from GRUB STREET. Have you all heard of a chef Sang Yoon? He owns a coupla' places, Father's Office and Lukshon. Anyway, he's got a heck of a history. They won't allow ketchup, it's banned. There are no modifications whatsoever, even the way your burger is cooked and/or whether it has blue-cheese on it or not. I've never been there myself, but these stories crack me up. Too bad for you if you don't like it. There is always a line to get in. Go figure. Now, he's got some issue with a "Yelper". Here's the story, it's a good read. I hope you enjoy it.
by: Hadley Tomicki
Señor Partagas, you did a fabulous job!
That looks great, how did it taste?
If that is a little 'baking experience', then I can't wait to see your next project ! You did a great job.
Looking forward to more of your talent.
ps. I wanted to share a video with you http://youtu.be/-4J6LKEiYoY
Just incredible , a show stopper. Imagine, one year to make all those roses....dedication & love.
Once your cake is finished, prior to decorating (and even after if you want) apply some steam to the fondant, it will give your cake luster and a sheen look, a very light steaming I might add, this will give your cake the finished look you are looking for.
ps some use vodka or water , better yet here is a thread that goes into it. Adding shine to fondant? Hope that helps .....