|05-29-03 WebCam Demo: Hand Blending, Jelly Roll, Chevron Flip and Salvaging End O Cane.|
05-29-03: 011 - That elongated bit there is the last slice of that End O Cane having been reduced, flatten and cut. When I stacked them I did partly over lapping. I didn't want straight lines going from right to left. Those wedge slices show how the darker segments are at the tip of the wedge and it gets pinker and paler as it widens. This makes the bottom of the wedge pinch pot darker than the top when we constructed it.