The cake looks delicious! Looks like it's bowl-licking time in your kitchen.Best,Bonnie
SOOOO cute! you are a woman of many talents and i am jealous!! did you know my "dream job" would be to be a fabulous baker/cake decorator? of course, i can't cook, bake, and am not too artistically inclined so not sure it would ever work out :)
Wow! I wish I could just reach through the screen and grab a piece! What are the things on top?
My god, am I salivating....could one eat the whole in one sitting?
In a word: YUM. I agree with Karen G.!
Goodness -- how do your cakes leave the house intact?Very cool!
Cake making is gratifying but very, very messy.
Seriously, how do you get the sprinkles on? I picture you turning the whole cake on it's side and rolling it through a trail of sprinkles, but that seems rather impractical.By the way, it looks amazing!
I am learning about macaroons, not from my mother in my childhood but from other women and their blogs..I am not even sure I am right but I think I am learning that they are macaroons....(after seeing the beautiful colored cookies pictured on 3 "mother blogs" in one week.).. how beautiful they appear, ..... but I showed the cookbook labelled "macaroons" at TJMAX to my daughter and she responded ...yeah, but yuk... do... they... taste... good? Are they inherently deceptive?
No kidding?! I had no idea you were a cakemaster! Looks fab!
I love your cakes Ethe word aftermath is a cool one ... especially since you were NOT doing math (well maybe you were - with all that measuring :)