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Thirsty For Tea | Modernizing a Classic Tradition Did you know that in proper tea culture, it's actually faux pas to drink tea with your pinky up? Personally, I notice that my little finger goes higher or lower depending on the occasion for tea. Play time with my nieces? Pinkies up, of course! Enjoying tea at a luxury hotel? Stay down, pinky. But up or down, there's no doubt about it--tea lovers of all kinds are going to love this cake!So how do we create a cake that looks like a teacup? With Wilton's clever Wonder Mold, of course! You may already know about this pan from making princess cakes. Here, we simply flip the finished cake upside down to create a perfectly contoured teacup shape. Princesses & teacups—you can create both with this one amazing pan!I actually ended up making 2 versions of this cake, each a riff on my favorite English china pattern. The first was a simpler version, while another cake was a much more exact interpretation of the same design. Once you've created the fondant-covered cup and saucer, the teacup becomes a canvas for you to draw and paint on. I've loved Wilton products for as long as I can remember, and am always amazed at the crafty cake decorating tools that they come up with. Wilton's Color Right Performance Color System allows you to create so many brilliant colors in varying shades of intensity. And for the most realistic gold-trimmed effect, I used Wilton's Edible Metallic Cake Paint Set. Simply paint it onto the fondant with a flat-tipped brush. To create the look of a freshly poured cup of tea, one of these teacups is topped with chocolate ganache while the other was finished with brown-tinted piping gel. Feel free to play around with the colors of the "tea." These teacups feature black tea, but green tea or even a frothy cup of matcha would be fun to create too. Special thanks to Wilton for supplying the tools and ingredients for creating this cake. Wilton's Wonder Mold pans come in both large and small sizes so if you're not up to decorating a large cake, try the smaller versions first. Please check out their brunch campaign for more festive recipes, both sweet and savory! "Pinkies Up" Teacup Cake Makes 1 large cake. Ingredients: 1 recipe for your favorite 2-layer cake (I used Wilton's Butter Cake recipe, swapping out 1/2 cup of flour for cocoa powder & adding the contents of 3 tea bags of Earl Grey tea. The result...a delicious Earl Grey Chocolate Cake!) 1-24 oz. box white fondant 1-16 oz. tub white decorator icing, stiff 1/2 cup of your favorite recipe for chocolate ganache or clear piping gel extra decorator icing or stiff royal icing, for decorating the teacup gum paste, for creating the handle Equipment: Wonder Mold Doll Cake Kit 6" or 8" cardboard cake rounds piping bags decorating tips brush set Color Right Food Coloring Set Edible Metallic Cake Paint Set 1. Bake the Cake. Bake one full recipe of a double layer cake of your choice. Allow it to cool completely, then trim the top with a serrated knife until it is even. Brush off any crumbs from the surface of the cake. 2. Make the Saucer. Trace a 3" circle round in the middle of a cake round (use a 6" cake round for a small teacup cake or a 8" cake round for a large teacup cake) Cut the circle out using a box cutter. Stack the cut-out cardboard ring atop another cake round, then tape them together. Roll out the fondant to slightly less than 1/4" thickness, about 1" more than the diameter of the cake round. Cover the top of the "saucer" with the fondant. Cut away any excess fondant and smooth the fondant onto the surface of this cardboard "saucer." Set aside. 3. Make the Handle. Cut out the handle from thickly rolled gum paste. Allow to dry completely, then decorate. 4. Make the Flowers. Make stiff royal icing. Distribute the white icing into smaller bowls, then color each icing according to the flowers on your teacup. Pipe the flowers directly onto the cake or onto small pieces of parchment, then allow to dry completely. Some tips may require that you pipe onto the tip of a toothpick, then puncture the opposite tip of the toothpick through parchment to set the flower atop the parchment. 5. Cover the Cake in Fondant. Roll fondant out to just shy of 1/4" thickness. Place 2-8" cake rounds at the base of the cake. Cover the teacup cake with an even layer of icing, then chill for 10 minutes in the fridge. Remove from the fridge, then coat with a second layer of icing. Chill again for 10 minutes, then cover in fondant, covering the edges of the 2 cake boards as well. Very carefully flip the cake over to reveal a teacup-shaped cake. Remove the 2 cake boards, then roll in the edges of the fondant to create a teacup lip. Spread a thin layer of icing over the exposed cake. 6. Decorate the Saucer & Cup. If you don't feel confident in your ability to draw free form, try using a toothpick to poke small patterns into the fondant. You can use the dots as a guide for painting on a design. Also, use colored icing piped through decorating tips to create a 3D effect. If you've made royal icing flowers, attach them with a small dab of icing. 7. Attach the Handle. Attach the handle to the teacup with decorator icing or royal icing. For extra security, try cutting small slits through the fondant and inserting the handle gently into the slits by 1/4". 8. Fill with "Tea." Heat brown-tinted piping gel in the microwave for about 20 seconds into a more liquid-like state. Pour and smooth over the top of the cake as "tea." Alternatively, you can use chocolate ganache for this step.
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RJ Berra | Tree Services Bob Berra has been the leader of the tree service market in our community since the early 1980's Shade, fall foliage, shelter for furry friends. Your trees serve you well, so keep them healthy and beautiful with the services of Berra Tree Experts. Our company is based in Burtonsville, Maryland; we have been the premium provider of tree care services in Washington DC, Maryland, and Northern Virginia for over 36 years. We are licensed experts at complete tree removal – including stump grinding – and also offer trimming, pruning and dead wooding. Sudden storm? We are ready 24/7 to provide emergency storm services, including cleanups of fallen trees and full removal of damaged or fallen trees from atop of homes, fences or structures. Licensed and bonded, your safety is our priority. Angie's List Reviewer Angie's List Reviewer Our staff have multiple decades experience in the safe removal of living and dead trees. We believe in protecting our environment Our wood chips are converted to mulch and other eco-friendly products, and our logs are processed into lumber not firewood Robert J Berra Bob Berra was raised in Montgomery County. He graduated from Northwood High in 1982. He then attended Montgomery College following graduation while at the same time starting a small tree service, which has now grown to be one of the largest tree service companies in the DC metropolitan area. The company under Bob's supervision has won many awards for being a leader in the industry for his competitive pricing, safety standards as well as his fleet of equipment for getting the job done timely. These awards include recognition from DC Magazine, Consumer Check Book, Angie's List and others. Bob believes in providing a quality service and a reasonable cost to his customers. He has instilled these same values in his staff that includes his son Andrew. Keeping within the family spirit he also employs several lifelong friends and a few of their family. His reputation for his get it done attitude has assisted in his continued relationship with many repeat customers over the last thirty plus years. In his personal time Bob enjoys time on his boat, as he is a water sportsman, and also a licensed pilot. Andrew W Berra Andrew grew up watching his father tackle many challenges in the tree service/forestry industry. Being cut from this same cloth he began operating heavy machinery at a young age under his fathers supervision. No task ever seemed too large for him to undertake. His skills both with his ability to operate any machinery and his leadership teaching these techniques to our staff earned him the role as a crew leader. Andrew is also well known in the DC and Baltimore areas to be a highly sought after crane operator. His talent and skill keeps the jobs moving safely and expeditiously. He is always trying to learn something new to keep up with the latest improvements in today's machinery. He chose to further his education in the forestry industry and obtained his own Tree Expert License as well. Being very much like his father Andrew in his personal time enjoys time with his watercrafts, and is a licensed helicopter pilot. Jeff Keane Jeff was raised in Burtonsville Maryland and has been a lifelong Montgomery County resident. His role serves as our estimator, salesman, scheduler and team leader. He has been in sales for over thirty years. He began his career working for a bakery distribution company selling cakes and pies to restaurants and grocery stores. After many years as a top salesman Jeff was looking to make a change. Having been friends and neighbor to Bob for over 15 years he undertook the task of helping to keep things organized during the Derecho Storm of 2012. This monumental task Jeff completed gave Bob the much-needed support during a time when all tree services in our area were overwhelmed. Jeff's business knowledge, people skills and his attention to detail made him a welcomed part of the team. In his free time Jeff enjoys time with his sons whom have both worked on our team. You might even find him enjoying time with his daughter at a local restaurant. But then again he is a motorcycle daredevil and he could be found on his bike. Neal Jarvis Neal and Bob have been friends since the first grade, growing up just three blocks apart in the Woodmoor neighborhood of Silver Spring. Neal graduated from Northwood High and soon started his own Lawn and Landscape Company, which he ran until 2003. He sold his business to work for an international youth non-profit where he had volunteered since it's founding in 1996. Sadly the world financial crisis of late 2008 year put a burden on the non-profit. After the non-profit struggling for many years it closed its doors in January 2013. At that time Bob needed a bit of help catching up with the financials following the Derecho storms of 2012 and asked if Neal could give him about a months time in the office. Having accepted the challenge and quickly finishing up that project in less than one week, Bob asked if he would like to come on board full time. Since that time Neal has been an important part of the team keeping the office organized, sending out proposals, banking and working closely with Jeff to keep the ever-growing team on schedule. In his free time Neal can be seen around town in one of his classic cars or just sitting on the beach in OC with his wife. Charles (Duke) Ennis Duke was raised in West Virginia and moved to Maryland in 1988. He is the man who keeps all our tools and equipment running. He has worked with machinery his entire career. For 25 years he worked for us only part time on an as needed bases, giving his weekends to service our equipment. In 2013 he came on board full time and he tells us he loves his job. Duke's talents go well beyond turning wrenches. He is also often out in the field as a crane operator or stump grinder. He is a key player in keeping ahead of the shop and equipment. When not at the shop working Duke can be found with fishing pole somewhere! Other Staff Our team of climbers, grounds men, drivers and brush draggers all bring years of committed service to our team. Many have been with us for years. Their service and commitment to our customers' satisfaction comes from their desire to please. For that we thank each of them! Get a Free Estimate Today 301-384-4746