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chocolate/cocoa butter transfer sheets

cburnsi Feb 6, 2013 11:07 AM

This morning I find myself short, by a few transfer sheets, for a project I would like to complete today. Does anyone know if someone in town stocks them? I've never specifically looked but I don't recall seeing them either.

I'll check with Home Cake Decorating. Any other ideas?

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    cburnsi RE: cburnsi Feb 6, 2013 04:47 PM

    I managed to make enough transfer sheets to get me through the day (although not as nice as printed ones). I guess Home Cake does carry some at $8+ a sheet. I'll order more online tonight - unless someone responds with another option.

    But now I'm out of Cocoa Butter (food grade) does anyone have a good source for that?

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      babette feasts RE: cburnsi Feb 6, 2013 07:24 PM

      Eight bucks a sheet? That's a bit much!

      Are you familiar with the Chocolate Man? I'm not really, but he has a store now and seems to have a few transfer sheets, oh, and look, cocoa butter! Doesn't look like he carries colors, but you never know.


      Otherwise, Chef Rubber in Las Vegas has a wide array of cocoa butter colors and decent transfer sheet selection. I stock up from them during the colder months so I don't have to worry about shipping from the desert in the summer.

      I don't know of anyone else locally (besides my wholesale sources), would love to know if there are more options.

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      chococat RE: cburnsi Feb 6, 2013 07:10 PM

      Chocolate Man in Lake Forest Park (just up Lake City Way before you get to Kenmore) has tons of transfer sheets- you can buy by the pack or individually and they are WAY cheaper than Home Cake. He's got a huge selection. He also sells cocoa butter and colored cocoa butter for embellishing and airbrushing. Just recently, he put in a small freezer and sells tubs of French fruit purées if you're into pâté des fruits.

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        cburnsi RE: chococat Feb 6, 2013 08:44 PM

        This is great! I am familiar with the Chocolate Man (I used to think about renting a tempering machine from him) but I hadn't heard about the store front. I'll actually be out that way tomorrow and will stop by.

        Thank you both for your assistance!

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