Thursday, February 03, 2011

FYI Cake Deco Professionals and Enthusiasts!

I appreciate good designs and those include decorations on top of cakes. I am not that good in baking although I can whip up simple recipes like banana cakes, fruit cakes, and muffins.

What I haven't attempted doing is making my cakes look sensational with the help of beautiful candied flowers and colorful icing. I don't think I have the artistic leaning nor the patience. Besides, in my family of five males and one female, it would be amazing if a newly baked cake could be left on the table for long :p

My mom and my sister though both have the qualities of a good cake decorator. As Ms. Sandra Folsom (of the highly acclaimed Wilton School in Illinois, USA) said during the press con yesterday, anybody who wants to become a good decorator must have enough patience and determination to learn.

Me? I'd rather gladly taste what more creative people would make :D

Press Release:

With the success of Goldilocks Interactive It's Fun to Decorate Cakes Interactive Cake Deco Expo in 2010, the coming year will be marked by a bigger and more exciting event --- the Goldilocks Cake Deco Expo 2, on February 5 and 6, 2011 at SMX Halls 2 and 3 at The SM Mall of Asia.

The 2-day Cake Deco Expo will have swirls of learning and fun activities that will attract cake deco enthusiasts and professionals, as well as make it a weekend destination for family recreation.

True to its commitment of promoting 'edu-tainment' ---sharing knowledge amidst an environment of fun, Goldilocks is organizing a cake deco expo that will feature various learning and fun activities.

This year's Expo will be the biggest cake deco event of the year happening under one roof. It will be a huge gathering of exhibitors showcasing various cake deco-related products and services. There will be hourly workshops for the general public on the basics of cake decorating and the use of different ingredients such as whipped cream, butter, sugar and the like.

The highlight on the 2nd day of this event is the 6th Intercollegiate Cake Decorating Challenge where 10 schools from all over the Philippines will compete on a kitchen stage. They will be decorating different cakes under time limit in front of a live audience.

This year will also mark a first in the Philippines, as Ms. Sandra Folsom and Ms. Diana Rodriguez of the famous Wilton School in the U.S.A., are now in Manila to give a rare seminar on Cake Decorating Tends and Techniques. The seminars are open for all baking professionals, enthusiasts, students and hobbyists on February 5-6, 2011.

Tickets are available at all Ticketnet outlets nationwide. Click here for the complete schedule of the Expo's activities.
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