I want to make a bundt cake (homey and dense), which calls for pouring over a hot glaze, made of water, sugar, and butter, boiled and then reduced some. My question is, if I don't expect this to be eaten at one time, would it be a mistake to glaze the whole cake at once i.e. how long would it last once glazed and would it become terrible soggy? I'm thinking of leaving glaze on the side, the down side being, it won't seep into the cake, as I assume it's meant to.
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