Serving Cake and Ice Cream Like a Pro
Carving a Round CakeForget about fussy slivers. Youll get more pieces in less time with this method: Use a long, sharp knife to cut a smaller circle inside the larger one. Cut the outer ring into wedges, then cut the remaining, smaller cake as you normally would, like a pizza. Give the frosting-laden outer wedges to the kids, and reserve the more lightly iced interior pieces for the adults.
Next: Dicing the Ice Cream
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