Cake Decorating

Early records believe people began making cakes shortly after they discovered flour. In medieval England, the cakes that were described in writings were not cakes in the conventional sense. They were described as flour-based sweet foods as opposed to the description of breads, which were just flour-based foods without sweetening. Bread and cake were somewhat interchangeable words with the term "cake" being used for smaller breads.

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Icing won't become grainy if a pinch of salt is added to the sugar.

To keep powdered icings moist and prevent cracking, add a pinch of baking soda or baking powder.

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