OK. I am too excited for this. Breathe in... Breathe out...
As you all know I just recently started this blog, barely 2 months old. I've never had a blog before so I had to learn everything from scratch. I know my way around the computer but I can't say I'm computer -savvy like most of the blogs I follow. Sometimes I catch myself staring and ogling at baking blogs after baking blogs wondering how they can make their sites look as delicious as their baked goods. How I envy them!
So here I am and I wanted to share one of my fave baking blogs:
May 17, 2011
Here are additional pictures from my super busy Mother's day weekend. From my last post, I showed my teapot cake that I made for my mom. She absolutely loved it and so did her co-workers. They finished everything and she only came home with my cake carrier empty and icing all over.
After that cake was finished, I still had to make a dozen Vanilla Cupcakes with Triple-Chocolate Buttercream that my friend Daniel ordered.
I used small plastic wine glasses, placed pink and purple "stones" inside and embellished it with sparkly heart-shaped stickers. I have a stock of this cute pink and brown polka-dot goodies bag that just fit my theme so i popped the glasses inside then voila! Fancy cupcakes eh? (Just look past the race-car inspired cupcake liners. Teehee!)
May 9, 2011
I also love May because it's when we celebrate Mother's Day. I've always thought that Mother's Day is celebrated on the same date all around the world, but I was mistaken. We 'googled' it yesterday at work when it wasn't so busy just so that we can get our answer. Most of the countries do celebrate it on the 2nd Sunday of May: other countries like Russia have it on the last Sunday of November while Indonesia celebrates it on Dec 22nd, 3 days before Christmas! There must be some big festivities around that time in Indonesia, How exciting!
Either way, it doesn't really matter which day we celebrate Mother's Day. All we need to do is to make sure we do not have to wait until that 'day' to tell our mother's how thankful we are of them. Everyday we should strive to treat them 'extra special' like the way we do on Mother's Day.
Let me share to you what we did for our Mom for Mother's Day:
|Pink Coconut Cake with Coconut Buttercream Icing|
|Mom and her bento box dinner|
|Mom and Ate Joy|
|My Faves: Shrimp Tempura and Spicy Salmon Handroll. YUMMY!!!|
May 2, 2011
Wow! It's May 2nd already?!? How time flies fast! I am too excited for summer to start finally.
I am honestly disappointed with myself, seeing that I haven't updated my blog ever since I started it about a week ago. What's up with that? I've been lazy at it coz it's starting to become crazy busy at work lately and it makes me just want to chill on my days off and be as far away from a computer as possible. But no. I need to be psyched with this. I finally did it, made my own blog, and all I need to do is to balance my time and all will be fine and dandy. I hope it'll be...
It was a ho-hum work week. Weather has been up and down, one day all sunny & nice and the next day just pouring rain and all gray & yucky. I haven't done a lot of baking lately although I made Oreo Cheesecake-Bites last Wednesday as a "Thank You" gift to Stephanie, a Co-Op student at work. She
'worked-for-free' I meant learned and trained the ways of a hotel Front Desk Agent for about 2 months. She was a doll and was very helpful. Here are a few shots:
I will upload pictures of the actual cheesecake-making process on a different post. It was one Oreo-riffic cheesecake!
|the 'Duff Goldman' of Charm City Cakes|
He was invited to judge a cake decorating contest that was "royalty-inspired".
Duff is one funny man.=)
You can look at the contestants on the pictures below.