Making novelty cakes is a little different from baking standard cakes. The former need a level of creativity and skill which is much above that of baking regular cakes. Novelty cakes are meant to be the show stoppers at the food table and an ice-breaker at a party too.
Previously, the legal-age for adulthood was 21 in Australia. That is still what it is across UK and in the US. But when Australia decreased the official army enlistment age from 21 and brought it down to 18, the parliament changed the adulthood age.
Novelty cakes are about cake art and it’s an excellent way of offering your guests a fantastic looking and yummy treat. What’s even more important is that novelty cake design creates a fantastic focal point for the food space at any party.
A wedding cake is always one of the most high-profile aspects of any wedding reception and is bound to be the No 1 item on a wedding menu. It will be displayed at the wedding reception, becomes the focal point of the food area and guests are always eager to get their share of the […]
French Cakes are now found in patisseries’ across Australia and baking these delectable goodies is definitely something that takes a lot of skill, practice and patience. French recipes lay a lot of stress on using the finest and the freshest ingredients and that becomes the starting-point of learning good old’ French-styled baking.
A croquembouche or in French- croquenbouche is a type of pièce montée and is generally served at baptisms and weddings as well as at first communions. This high cone made of profiteroles (choux that is filled with delicious pastry cream), is sometimes also dipped in chocolate & bound with caramel.
Cheesecake is one dessert that does not fail to tantalise your taste buds, no matter how many times you eat it. Its melt-in-the-mouth texture with the surprisingly crumbly/crusty base adds to its attraction quotient. Strawberry cheesecake is an all-time favourite and in the springtime, this is one cake that every professional and novice baker will […]
How it started The Ganache Patisserie journey towards the 2014 North Shore Business Awards started with a simple letter in the mail back in July, informing us about the awards and what they meant. We also received some leaflets which asked customers to fill out and send back to Precedent (the company that organises these […]
Petit Fours are essentially bite-sized confections that are served as a dessert or even as a sweet-treat with tea/coffee. The name itself- “petit four” is French, and translates into “small oven”. There are a number of Petit Fours, but the little cakes (with a filling), that are glazed & decorated, are the most common ones. […]
French Strawberry Tart is an extremely popular dessert across Australia and now that this delectable fruit is in season, there’s all the more reason to find out a little about its history and how you can make it. One of the main attractions of this tart is its shortbread crust and vanilla custard combination that […]