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In My Kitchen September 2013 — 36 Comments

  1. Hi Tandy – I’ve got some similar piping bags so I’ll make sure I pay attention, not squeeze too hard and maybe be near the sink when I use them. Thanks.
    Fiona sharing the blog ♥ In My Kitchen… September 2013My Profile

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    • I think also that the stuff inside the bag needs to be soft enough to actually be piped 😉

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  2. Tandy, I admire the patience and tenacity of folks who work with chocolate. Fun to see some of the tools of the trade! Best wishes in your upcoming competitions and thanks the the peek in your kitchen.

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    • Thanks for the visit Kim, have a super weekend 🙂

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  3. Hope you have better luck with your new tools.

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    • thank you! So far they are working a treat 🙂

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  4. G’day Tandy! Love those piping bags too!
    Love those chocolate molds and have used many and love the varieties they come in! Cheers! Viewed as part of IMK Joanne

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    • Thanks Joanne, I am hoping to get a lot of use out of my moulds 🙂

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  5. Hi Tandy, I love the piping bags, what a great idea! I also love Cuisipro products, my favourites when I had the cookware store! Thank you for sharing your kitchen goodies this month : )
    Lizzy (Good Things) sharing the blog ♥ A celebratory cake and a Good Things Pepe Saya giveawayMy Profile

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    • Thanks for the visit Lizzy 🙂

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  6. I’ve not had the patience to temper chocolate but between you and Celia, this Christmas may be the time to give it a try.

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    • I hope to get as good as Celia one day!

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  7. I use the Wilton disposable piping bags and they work a treat, I’ve never had one break. I don’t recall them being overly expensive either, but I did buy them a little while ago now! Look forward to seeing your chocolates!!
    Jas@AbsolutelyJas sharing the blog ♥ In My Kitchen – SeptemberMy Profile

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    • Thanks for that Jas, I shall look out for them here 🙂

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  8. I’m intrigued by the writing pen! I’ve never seen anything like it but would love to get one for my Christmas baking for sure. 🙂

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    • I used it for the first time this weekend and it is quite easy to use and worth getting 🙂

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  9. My goodness, you are fancy Tandy!

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    • Thank you Tammy 🙂

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  10. Tandy, I hope the new mould works well for you – I’ve never tried using silicone moulds but I believe they can turn out a very shiny finish! I have much better luck spooning my chocolate into moulds rather than piping it, because in order to keep the chocolate in temper, I need to leave it on the heat mat – I find it tends to cool as I transfer it to the bag and therefore drops out of temper (does that make sense?). xx
    celia sharing the blog ♥ Comment on In My Kitchen, September 2013 by andreamynardMy Profile

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    • The mould worked great – I used the ‘pen’ to pipe in the truffle filling and used a spoon to do the chocolate with. My first batch worked a treat – the second experiment was a disaster 🙂

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  11. A lovely little collection, Tandy. The piping bags look immensely practical.

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    • Hopefully they work!

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  12. can’t wait to see what you plan to do with that chocolate mould!

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    • The post should be up this week if all goes to plan!

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  13. Hi Tandy, I will be interested to see how the decorating pen goes at filling your chocolates.

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    • It worked quite well Glenda 🙂

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  14. Disposable piping bags and chocolate molds? What are you planning my friend? 😉

    Cheers
    CCU

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    • I made truffled chocolates this weekend!

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  15. I have yet to find a disposable piping bag that is strong enough – maybe I am too rough. Thankfully I have a few fabric ones which work a treat. I look forward to hearing how your icing pen works.
    🙂 Mandy xo

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    • I will test drive another bag, and hopefully with better results, soon!

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  16. I have the same piping bag to fill your home-made chocolates with! 🙂 It is a really good one, you will see,..I also have different silicon moulds for making chocolates at home! This is always fun, fun, fun! 🙂

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    • I am not going to get another mould but this was a worthwhile expense!

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  17. How quickly time flys. I have a few (didn’t buy a box) of the disposable piping bags, they come in rather handy.
    Rosemary Gough sharing the blog ♥ Butter Chicken, the Sound of MusicMy Profile

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    • I am sure this piping bags will be well used Rose 🙂

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  18. Sorry about the chocolates 🙁 Look forward to seeing you have more success with your new equipment.

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    • the second batch worked quite well!

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