I think I’m fine up until Step #9.
Once you hit Step#10, with the fine motor control required to paint using a toothpick — Nope, I’m out. Not to mention the pain of flipping and transferring the pieces without destroying, melting, or consuming them. So, I can get a very nice cheesecake pie, but I think the James Bond theme is beyond my abilities.
You’d think that you don’t have the skill but melters are a very forgiving medium.
Also, I highly recommend getting the “white chocolate” easter bunnies and decorating them.
It’s not so much “skill” as “the movements of my fingers shaking is larger, at that scale, than the details I am trying to create.”
Speak not the name of the abomination!
Needs more chocolate topping… The swirl is not enough.
Seriously; that crap is an affront to cocoa, and all things tasty.
hey, I like both colours of mousse au chocolate!
(but then I would not disagree with anyone describing me as abomination…)
& @nimelennar - you’ll notice I did not say EAT it! Its just an excellent medium if you’re going to make zombie easter bunnies!
Oh, cooking with white “chocolate” is a tad bit different; for instance, I don’t mind it in Black & White or Macademia cookies…
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