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January 6, 2007

Amish Cake Tester Broom

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From the website:

    Amish Cake Tester Broom

    Handmade by Amish artisans in Lancaster, Pennsylvania, these authentic corn-husk straws are used to test the readiness of a cake.

    Hang the straws near the oven, break one off and insert it into the center of your cake.

    If it comes out clean, your cake is done.

    Straws are disposable.

    2"L x 2"W x 5.5"H.

    Poem included.

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$6.99 (cake not included).

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I use a table knife. If it's not cooked the slit will heal up, if it is it'll get scoffed so quickly that no one will notice a small slit.

Posted by: Skipweasel | Jan 9, 2007 5:47:09 PM

Use an instant-read thermometer, it needs to be about 200 degrees F.

Posted by: Mary Sue | Jan 8, 2007 1:42:47 PM

I always just use a toothpick

Posted by: Andrew | Jan 6, 2007 6:05:40 PM

I guess it is nice to support the Amish but a pack of bamboo skewers does the job just as well.

Posted by: Sam | Jan 6, 2007 1:11:21 PM

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