Serving Cake and Ice Cream Like a Pro
Simple tricks to cut and dish out these birthday party treats quickly.
Slicing a Sheet CakeA piece of unflavored waxed dental floss makes faster―and cleaner―cuts than a knife does. Hold a piece of floss taut between your fingers (it should be about a foot longer than the cake itself). Drag it down through the cake, then release one end and pull the other end out of the cake sideways. Continue to “cut” in a grid pattern.
Next: Carving a Round Cake
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