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I have been working through the recipes from the Domestic Goddess book which I purchased recently. Just when I though i had bought the right size tin for one cake, I need a different size for another. How important is it to have so many different sized tins. Does it matter if the tin is not as wide but deeeper, will this allow compensation for baking? Also apart from taste or health benefits, how important is it to use salted and unsalted butter. Hope you can help with these questions, as I head into town to purchase another cake tin
Posted by ajerseybear. Answered on 14th Jul 2011 at 12.00Read The Answer
Many of your recipes have 'cup' measurements. What is a cup equal to in ounces or millilitres?
Posted by importchick. Answered on 13th Jul 2011 at 12.00Read The Answer
I have tried and failed miserably with white chocolate raspberry swirl mud cakes. Is there a particular way to get the raspberry puree' so it does not sink to the bottom of the cake? any possibility of you posting the actual paste/puree so i could give it another try? I have baked this cake 11 times now! Thank-you
Posted by elaine2010. Answered on 12th Jul 2011 at 12.00Read The Answer