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ON DEMAND BBC Good Food: Cake decorating masterclass

Thu, Sep 30, 2021 · 6:00 PM · London
About This Webinar

This webinar is now on demand to watch at your convenience as the live date has passed.

What’s in the masterclass?

In this class, you will learn everything you need to work successfully with different types of buttercream. From how to layer a cake to crumb coating and adding a top coat of icing, Liberty will show you how to make the perfect cake base. She’ll then move on to show you how to use three different decorative techniques using the same icing base to give very different effects.

Each technique is explained and Liberty will cover how to make variations in colour, tricks to make your icing look smooth and professional, and what equipment you’ll need. She’ll also cover troubleshooting tips and you can ask questions about any problems you may have encountered.

Agenda
  • How to arrange your kitchen before you begin
  • Making different types of buttercream depending on the finish you want
  • Learn how to ice cake layers and add a crumb coat followed by a final smooth buttercream icing
  • Understand what difference ingredients can make to your icing
  • Learn about the equipment that you’ll need to do the best job, and how to improvise if you don’t have something
  • What to think about when choosing a decoration
  • How to make different colours and textures
  • How to transport your cake once it’s finished
Who can view: Everyone
Webinar Price: £12.50
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After completing a professional chef diploma at Westminster Kingsway College, Liberty Mendez worked as a professional pastry chef in many London kitchens, including The Ritz and The House of Commons. She has also run a cake stall and cake business. Specialising in all things patisserie, her cakes are much sought after among the Good Food team – the proof’s in the pudding.