Any square or rectangle cake should be sliced straight across the cake from side to side to produce square or rectangle pieces. A nice variation is to slice the cake diagonally to produce diamond-shaped pieces.
> A 14" ROUND cake can be cut in concentric circles working from the outside inward. First cut an 8" circle, centered on the cake and about 3" in from the outside. An 8" cardboard circle or a plate may be used as a guide. Cut slices from this outer circle as you would on a smaller cake; each slice will have a portion of the frosting. You now have an 8" cake remaining which can also be sliced as you would any round cake.
> A 14" ROUND cake can also be cut directly side to side. Most of the slices will be squares or rectangles, but there will also be a number of irregular pieces that can be set aside or given to children as treats.
that depends on how many slices you want.
There are about 20 grams in an average sized slice of chocolate cake. :D
for an 14 in round cake pan, you only need 1 box
4 boxes for a single pan
She gave me a slice of cake. I wanted another slice, but I was on a diet.
LOL yes...just a BIG slice...enjoy :P
you should make your stand 3 ft. otherwise, make it 4.
A Small Slice Of.. For Example: A Small Slice Of Pizza, A Small Slice Of Cake, A Small Slice Of Pancake, ..etc.
Its not the cake its how much you eat of it.
It all depends on how you cut it. You cna do a simple 8-slice (pizza-style). Cutting small, inch-wide or 1/2-inch-wide slices will give you far more pieces, too.
It depends how big you want the slices.