How to make a really, really good holiday cake

By now, you’re probably familiar with the rules and expectations of the holiday baking contest.

If you’re not, here are some tips to help you out.

For this article, I wanted to share some tips on how to make the perfect Christmas cake.

The rules are the same as for the baking contest, except that the prize is more than $500.

So if you win, you get a gift that you can use for any other kind of holiday celebration you want, whether it’s for yourself, a loved one, or a company.

In order to be eligible for this prize, you must be an Ars reader and the article must be written by someone with a passion for Christmas and/or the holidays.

I don’t think I need to remind you of the rules, but I think it’d be good to know them for this article.

In this case, it’s Christmas day, so there are no requirements for decorating the cake.

You can just throw some holiday decorations on the cake, or decorate it yourself with whatever you’d like.

Here’s what you need to do.

Step 1: Start the cake and decorate the cakeStep 2: Start by decorating your cake with a few Christmas decorationsStep 3: Cut your cake in halfStep 4: Wrap the cake in paper and place in the refrigerator for at least an hourStep 5: Place the cake back in the fridge for at most an hour and a halfStep 6: Remove the paper and let it air dryStep 7: Cut the cake into 16 piecesStep 8: Wrap each piece in paperStep 9: Put the pieces in the freezer for at minimum an hour, and up to an hour for longer storageStep 10: Remove from the freezerStep 11: Remove all of the paper from the cakesStep 12: Wrap and refrigerate the remaining cakeStep 13: Repeat Steps 6-8 until all 16 pieces of cake have been decoratedStep 14: Decorate the remaining cakesStep 15: Bake your Christmas cake at a time when you have the time to eat all of themAll of this is fairly straightforward, but the final step of this entire process is a little more involved.

You need to be very careful not to overbake the cake as it will melt when you are done.

Once you’re done, let it cool completely before you cut it and put it in the oven.

If the cake is a big cake, I recommend wrapping it in plastic wrap and wrapping it around the cake while it’s cooling.

You don’t want it to get warm and crispy, so make sure it’s not too long or too small.

If you’re baking a large cake, you might want to do it in a smaller baking dish.

I made this cake in a 12x12x3 baking dish that I used for the pictures.

You might want the cake to sit on a tray to keep it from sticking to the sides, or just use a plate or plate of baking paper.

If your cake is smaller, you can also use a smaller pan.

If it’s a big, fluffy cake, this will be easier to cut.

If there are a lot of pieces, you’ll probably want to get a piece of parchment paper to hold it all together.

I just cut the parchment paper in half, then taped it shut.

Step 16: Once the cake has cooled, you should have a bunch of Christmas decorations waiting for youStep 17: Remove your decorations and cut your cakeStep 18: You should have your cake on the baking sheetStep 19: Place your cake back into the refrigeratorStep 20: Allow your cake to cool completelyStep 21: Cut into 16piecesStep 22: Wrap your cake around each pieceStep 23: Put your cake into the freezer and let them air dry for at the minimum an hours and up