pastry tube

noun
a conical tube with a patterned hole at one end, fitted over the opening of a cloth funnel (pastry bag) for shaping icings, food pastes, etc., as they are forced through by squeezing the bag.
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The cakes may be decorated after baking by dainty frosting designs formed with
  the help of a cake decorator or a pastry tube.
Beat remaining frosting until cold and stiff enough to keep in shape after
  being forced through a pastry tube.
Cut off point to make opening large enough to insert a tin pastry tube.
Decorate the top with rosettes of anchovy cream piped through a pastry tube and
  with a dozen rolled anchovy filets.
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