Making a Convenience Product at Home Our friend and recent student from the CIA (Culinary Institute of America), Stephanie Zauderer is back. Last winter she wrote a series for Bakepedia about making large-scale wedding and celebration cakes. Now she is living in NY with another CIA pastry school grad making their way in the Big […]
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The creative part of making a wedding cake is envisioning what it will look like, designing it and choosing what flavors you will incorporate, but unless the dessert arrives at its destination safely in one piece, then your work has been for naught. If your cake has been stacked properly, the easiest way to transport […]
Wedding cakes and large celebration cakes typically feature several tiers. This is often the last thing clients think about when it comes to executing their vision, but stacking cake tiers is a very important part of the process. If a cake is not properly secure, it will not hold up well during transportation or when […]
Many cakes seen in bridal magazines and on TV feature fondant for a smooth, flawless exterior. This is a type of sugar dough that is rolled out and used to cover a cake. The upside is that it can have a very pretty, pristine look. The downside for many is that it adds a lot […]
Last summer I interned at Sugar Flower Cake Shop in New York City and was able to experience the entire wedding cake design process from the consultations to the delivery. A well-made cake can create memories that last a lifetime, and if you’re thinking about taking on this responsibility, there are a few important things […]
People ask us all the time whether they should attend culinary school and turn their hobby into a business, often with the idea of wedding cakes and large celebration cakes being at the core of their business. Stephanie Zauderer, a friend of Bakepedia, is about to graduate from the Culinary Institute of America (CIA) and […]
Product Description: India Tree has created a whole set of decorative embellishments from food colors to sugars and sprinkles, all made from edible, plant-based natural food coloring, as opposed to synthetic derivatives. They are also corn syrup-free. The Nature’s Colors Decorating Set, Sprinkles and Decorating Sugar are approved by both the FDA and the European […]