Got any tips or alternate methods? (I know - they are a bit more golden than I would have liked.) Thanks
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Beautiful! I always use a Ziploc bag and snip off the corner for piping.
Yeah - though I was imagining needing a stiff/metal tip to poke into the shell.
How about an ice pick (or cake tester or thermometer) to get you started?
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You can also use a chopstick or straw.
Thanks for the tips
Thanks all. Used a meat thermometer to poke hole and ziplock bag with corner cut off worked ok to fill.
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