By M. Howkins
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Howkins, Celebration Cakes © Morris Howkins 1968 Top Fig. 8.! Spreading-action on the sides. CELEBRA TION CAKES 32 from the centre of the cake to the edge and when wholly covered hold the knife horizontally at an angle of 45° to cover half the cake top - keep in this position while the turntable spins round. When a good smooth covering has been made, simply draw the knife towards you and then only the line made by the knife is left. Now go round the side of the cake again, taking in all the overhanging sugar from the top either with a palette knife or, if you prefer, with a celluloid scraper.
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