Have you done this before? Because I have!
I laughed so hard the first time I saw this. This is so “MY” humour. Hope you got a giggle out of it too!
If you’re a big Wongfu Productions fan like myself, love baking and lame humour — you’ll appreciate this video! I couldn’t stop laughing. Somehow I could see my future husband trying to “impress” me by making a cake studded with half a Hershey’s bar and Chinese new year candy, decorated in store-bought (way too sweet) icing with a whole pack of candles stuck sideways into the cake. That’s love. Enjoy!
While people look forward to Fridays and say, “TGIF!” with great enthusiasm, bakers are groaning because Fridays are equivalent to others’ Mondays! I haven’t fully immersed myself in work yet (baby steps!) and have been snuggled up from the cold weather, watching movies all week and found this snapshot in my photos tonight and wanted to share it with you.
Remember the Kai Lan/Thomas cake a few weeks ago? I had encrypted a secret message at the back–a direct quote from the show itself.
I’ve made an amazing discovery on this blogging system! — actually, two people told me about this (in one day, oddly enough) — automated/scheduled posts! Now I can write all my entries in one day and schedule them so they will upload automatically. HOW BRILLIANT!
My friend Charles wanted to order a cake for his nephew STELLAN. Seriously, how cool is that name? All he said was, “ANGRY BIRDS” (surprise surprise?) and “CHOCOLATE” and gave me full executive powers to make all the decisions for the cake… I was soooOoo excited! This is what I came up with…
My first “go” at a fondant tiara was super successful! I’m extremely happy with the way it turned out and from start to finish, it took 30 minutes! My brother ordered this for his boss’ farewell party on Friday. Everyone calls her “princess” because she gets what she wants at work (so he tells me). So it’s quite fitting that it’s a PRINCESS cake. The best part about this tiara was painting it in rainbow sparkles! Y’all know how much I love, love LOVEEEEE sparkles Show you the pictures later!
Disney’s RATATOUILLE is my all-time favourite movie and that should come as no surprise. One quote that the French chef keeps repeating in the movie is, “ANYONE CAN COOK” and I truly believe that. Just as anyone can cook, anyone can bake as well. (but that doesn’t mean everyone SHOULD cook/bake )
One of my favourite scenes is this one…
This cake was extremely fun to make (as I’m sure you can tell). I was a bit nervous about putting a cake with so much detail together but everything worked out. Aiden loved it
I watched an episode of Cake Boss last night (S04E24) for the first time in a long time. I used to watch their new episodes every Monday night but I missed the last 20 weeks! How did I forget about it? Anyway! Buddy and his 3 kids were making cupcakes for his wife and his 10th wedding anniversary. Their goal was to make 1000 cupcakes and arrange them on a table that said, “Marry Us?” (sounds cheesy, but it was adorable!).
They were all at the bakery and Buddy asked his kids, “Okay guys… how do we make cupcakes? What’s the first ingredient we need?” there was a long stretch of silence and his youngest son, Marco exclaimed, “FONDANT!” Soooo adorable. Marco, and his blond hair and striking blue eyes, is my favourite
Shannon from What’s Up Whimsy sent me this a while ago and I haven’t had the chance to post it. If only I could be this creative with my styling/photography skills. I’m practising!