Photographed turorials

Work processes I have taken over the years, most of them appear here in nine stages. 
 (The page will be refreshed from time to time with more tutorials)
 
Easy ring lining

I have often seen people getting tangled up with a ring, using two layers - one of parchment  and another of aluminum foil, and cut and paste and all sorts of other unnecessary actions.

I learned this technique during my studies in Tadmor. I have just perfected this method with a stapler that has two advantages:

Takes up less space on the baking tray and lets you bake another product at the same time.

Remains tightly closed and doesn't not open during baking.

It is very easy to release the cake from the ring (after it has cooled) by gently pulling the staples triangle tab.

In fact, with a silicone mat you may even bake even without covering the bottom but ... it's a risk as the ring really needs to be very straight and the baking tray must be very thick and heavy.

step 1
step 1

place the ring on parchment paper

step 2
step 2

start folding from one corner towards the ring

step 3
step 3

keep folding tightly on both sides

step 4
step 4

till both ends meet

step 5
step 5

keep folding till they cover one another in front

step 6
step 6

cut off excess paper

step 7
step 7

keep folding as much as possible and staple

step 8
step 8

two staples even better

step 9
step 9

place on a baking tray with or without a silicone mat

 
Cold Porcelain Pomegranate branch
step 1
step 1

cover a styrofoam ball. make one end pointed

step 2
step 2

cut 5 snips into the pointed end

step 3
step 3

form the "crown"

step 4
step 4

paint yellow and red. let dry.

step 5
step 5

pull stamen bunch through crown

step 6
step 6

make foliage.

step 7
step 7

paint and glaze

step 8
step 8

assemble foliage with fruit using brown tape

step 9
step 9

and you're done

 
Making a fox cake

I made this fox at the beginning of my career for my son's birthday when he named his studio "SHUAL" (fox in Hebrew).

Unfortunately, it was filmed before it dried up and it is still shiny.

 

Mushon brought up the preparation stages of this cake, where you can also see other foxes from other materials that his friends and colleagues sent him.

 

I feel very flattered to be there among all the other fox artists.

 

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Making a fondant Labrador
step 1
step 1

make a wire skeleton

step 2
step 2

first fondant layer on body and legs

step 3
step 3

first layer on head

step 4
step 4

second layer

step 5
step 5

details layer

step 6
step 6

paint dark parts

step 7
step 7

paint wet color and let dry

step 8
step 8

finish up with powders

step 9
step 9

pick a name