Articles tagged with: Cake
Last night, I left Pure Food and Wine mildly satiated and was in search of a filling desert joint. I was craving cake to be more exact. Plugging in the word “dessert” into the Yelp search bar, Momofuku Bakery and Milk Bar popped up and it was just two blocks away. Seeing that Angela and I had never been there, there was no better time to go and get a sugar fix.
Upon entering, the senses are filled with scents of butter and sugar, it’s exactly how a bakery should smell. …
So, a good number of people are asking for the recipe for the Japanese cheesecake I made. It’s not my recipe, but the instructions are mine. The original instructions were far too vague and confusing, so I did some research online to find a clearer way in making it.
This recipe takes some time and patience, but the best things come to those who wait.
So, here is what you need.
2 large mixing bowls
Small bowls for holding the ingredients
Kitchen Scale (digital – grams or ounces)
8 or 9 inch baking pan
Large baking …
A job resignation is seen as formal and professional. Rarely are they ill-mannered as many of us don’t want to burn bridges. A well-written letter to your manager about your leave should be short and sweet. Well, it looks like Neil Berrett literally did just that with his resignation letter. He baked his employer a resignation cake.
The cake states the following:
“Dear Mr. Bowers – During the past three years, my tenure at the Hunters Point Naval Shipyard has been nothing short of pure excitement, joy and whim.
“However, I have decided …
Sometimes, stories are so bizarre that you can’t make that sort of stuff up.
A Shop Rite refused to inscribe a personal message onto a birthday cake for a 3-year old, because the child’s name is Adolf Hitler Campbell. Yep, you read correctly. I don’t have any animosity towards the parents of Adolf, they can name their son whatever they like. But don’t they foresee that the name might make their child the brunt of jokes and maybe an awkward social life? Here’s a statement from Shop Rite regarding the cake:
The first time I had rum cake was aboard the Norwegian Dawn Cruise to the Bahamas. I liked it so much that I purchased a couple of boxes for the trip home. That was four years ago, and I have not had any since. Well, my good friend just came back from a Caribbean cruise and he brought back a box of Tortuga Rum Cake for me. This stuff is amazing. If you ever come across it, pick up a box. If you can’t find it anywhere, you should try …
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A surprise birthday party was thrown for a friend of mine on Saturday night. I think he had a minor heart attack when we all yelled surprise right after he turned on the lights. The birthday cake was the three-layer 9-inch Red Velvet cake from the well-known Magnolia Bakery in New York City. I thought it was a little dry, but the frosting balanced it out very well. While I was cutting the cake for everyone, some person asked me what it was made of. …