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Freeze Your Cake Before Decorating for Prettier, Smoother Frosting

Slicing the top, rounded portion off of a cake before frosting gives it a smoother, more professional look. To make removing that top crumbly layer even easier (not to mention smoothly frost the sides), just pop it in the freezer first. Read more...
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