By the way, these aren’t my cakes, they are my twin daughters Neshy Bravin and Suzy Fuerst creations. Neshy’s is the 13th birthday cake and Suzy’s, also a birthday cake, is s’mores inspired. So proud of them. You know; like mother like daughters, smile!
Oh, one more thing, my son is not too far from the tree either, he has other cuisine specialties that I’ll share with you at a later time. So proud of them!
A little history.....
Many years ago I went to baking school to learn how to make wedding cakes. I was an at home mom and wanted to earn an income. I learned a lot and consequently, I was also successful in establishing a home business, selling lots of wedding and birthday cakes.
Before joining baking school I had been a home baker for a while, so I thought I knew it all. However, I was up for a huge surprise.
At baking school, I learned (and I have never forgotten), that baking is technically a science. Even though I love baking and enjoy every minute of it, I am meticulous each time I bake; and it’s the only time that I am not creative in my kitchen.
TOMORROW, UNDER “CAKES WEEK- PART 2 BASIC RULES TO FOLLOW”, I’LL TELL YOU WHAT I RELIGIOUSLY DO EACH TIME I BAKE.
ABOUT THE Author
I am a blogger, a photographer, a jewelry designer, a gourmet cook, and a recipe book writer. I am also a flea market flipper, an avid gardener, an interior/ outdoors designer, an avid golfer and traveler.