The new gallery is finally up!  Click on the picture to enlarge and then click on the description to go to the related post!  Enjoy!


6 comments on “Gallery
  1. Amanda says:

    All of your photos/desserts look amazing. I had to comment. :)

  2. gisela morales says:

    I love your job, Im begining in the pastry. for me you are the best

  3. yovana says:

    You are amazing , i hope one day i will be like you, you inspire me.

  4. SAGAR KOTWAL says:

    Sir, i just saw all ur snaps, it was really amazing. rit now i m doin ma last yer, in hotel management, nd im interested in bakery, nd i wnt to learn, al dis cake presentation nd d way u decorate d cakes. Can u advice me advice me frm wer i can learn, al dis cake’s presentation. Plz sir im wating 4 ur rely.

    • @Sagar – The best place to start is on YouTube so it you get an idea of what kind of techniques you want to learn. Once you know what you want to learn, or where you need to start, you’ll know which kind of classes you need to take. I recommend starting with Michael’s cake classes that are done through Wilton. They give you a good basic understanding of how decorating works. If you need something more fundamental – like on how to bake the cakes themselves – check the area for baking from scratch classes. Community centers and vocational schools are good place to start. Some businesses also offer classes. Good luck!

  5. Amie says:

    This comment is for the King Cake tutorial. I’m a Cajun from Louisiana & enjoyed your tutorial. I’d like to add, however, that the baby (trinket) placed inside the King Cake is added after it’s done baking, not before. Otherwise, it WOULD melt. Also, just as a point of interest, back in the ‘old days’ a pecan or bean was used as the trinket. Thanks again & I look forward to seeing more videos!

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