by Sharon Wee
It’s been about a month since I last blogged! I can’t believe a whole month has gone by so fast. Somewhere in between cake orders, preparing for my trip back to singapore, teaching with Couture Cake Classes and organising our stall at Masterchef Live, I forgot about blogging 🙁
The bride and groom designed this wedding cake themselves 🙂
But now that I am back in Singapore and enjoying some free time, I can update everyone on what’s been going on 🙂
Last week, as part of Couture Cake Classes we exhibited at Masterchef Live and had so much fun running demonstrations, meeting all the other vendors as well as current and future students. Although the event was quiet, it was fun and exhausting!
And guess who we got to meet? I think I was the most excited out of the 3 of us 🙂
Then I was headed back to Singapore and into Bake King who were hosting my classes. I was so relieved the ganache set well! Most of the students had also already worked with fondant, so once we all covered the cakes they were off decorating their own designs. It was great meeting everyone and I hope to come back again soon 🙂
Everyone hard at work!
Everyone with their completed cakes.
Oh and guess what I had for lunch yesterday? Some of you might already know about this but I was so excited to discover colourful Xio Long Baos at Paradise Dynasty.
They all have different flavours and when I saw the feature in the in flight magazine I knew I had to go 🙂 The verdict? They were not as brightly coloured as the picture in the magazine and only half of them had a real distinct taste difference. Surprisingly, the cheese one was really yummy!
Although after eating all of them, we did discover the instructions for the order to eat the dumplings so as to get the optimum flavours.
Oops. Maybe that’s why we couldn’t really taste the difference in some of the dumplings.