The more detail we put into the directions, the more needlessly complex it seems, yet simplification seems to strip away vital context, leaving the directions maddeningly vague. It's an exercise that highlights the limitations of our language, proving that some things are easier done than said. The same holds true for the simple art of making a parchment paper cone—a baker’s favorite tool for simple piping projects. Here, Stella Parks gives you a step-by-step guide to making a parchment paper piping bag for birthday-cake inscriptions, frosted sugar cookies, homemade sprinkles, or whatever other projects come your way.
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