Monthly Archives: May 2013

The Last Cookie Bender

Or maybe the first. Probably somewhere in between. It was either that or a Futurama joke and I do try to keep this blog family-friendly. Anyway. COOKIE BENDING! A friend on G+ challenged me to make a bent-clock cookie as … Continue reading




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Gummy Stars and Stripes

Last weekend I attended the 2013 Frosting Creators of San Antonio Day of Sharing and decided to do some further gummy experiments with the excuse of entering a piece into their “Born in the USA” themed contest. I wanted to … Continue reading




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Clear Gummy Recipe Posted!

At long last I’ve posted the recipe for Clear (as in colour-free) Gummy: http://www.eat-the-evidence.com/gummy/clear-no-colour-gummy/ Up until now this recipe was only available in my Flexible, Edible Stained Glass ebook. But now that all three of my gummy recipes are here … Continue reading




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Product Review: Simi Flex Form Molds

One of the things about our huge cake show here in Austin every year is that we get a lot of amazing folks in from all across the country and around the world. One of the other things is that … Continue reading




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