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Interview #57: Sebastien Laroche and Jonathan Ventura from Cake Révol

CakesDecor | Website | Facebook | Pinterest | Instagram | Twitter 1. Tell us a little about yourselves, family, where do you live and what did you both do for a living before making cakes if anything? We are a French duo of Cake Designers,...

"Un Jeu d'Enfant" become "CAKE RÉVOL" ;) :D

Hi Everyone :) Today want to share our new cake name !!! So here’s our new visual identity and name which will identify us from now on our work of Cake Designer. Leave us, first of all, explain to you why we change identity. Indeed, he can...

Interview #13: Michelle Rea

What can I tell you about me as cake maker, decorator and photographer? My name is Michelle Rea and my home is in Sydney Australia. A long time ago I was a pastry chef but most of my recipe development experience comes from working in the food...

The Origin of Cupcakes

Cupcakes first made their appearance on the nineteenth century. In the earlier centuries, before the muffin tins were largely available, cakes were mostly baked in individual gem pots, pottery cups or ramekins and it is from here that they took...

Baked With Love For Daddy Cake Collaboration Happy Father's Day

In honor of Father’s Day, some amazing children of well known cakers in our community have baked something special for daddy all by themselves. The love they show in their creations is amazing!!! Not to mention their daddy’s were overwhelmed by...

Can chocolate cake be be made without an almighty mess???? 🤔😄

A thought occurred to me while I was sitting at my kitchen table, waiting for the ganache to set on two cakes before icing, when I glanced down and caught a glimpse of my ‘working’ T-shirt. That thought was, and it’s a very serious question btw,...

Cake Decorating Business #9: Dealing with Passion Killers: Criticism and Burn Out

Part #9: Dealing with Passion Killers: Criticism and Burn Out In a high emotion-based industry such as cake, it can be very difficult to deal with criticism. In the moment that the client tells us our cake didn’t taste good or that it did not...

Cake Decorating Business #7: Customer Service

Part #7: Customer Service Customer service is something which is vitally important to the cake industry. The products we provide are highly personal, are usually a luxury, and we provide them at a time when people are feeling emotional...

Interview #53: Marta Hidalgo Jiménez

CakesDecor Profile | Facebook Page 1. Tell us a little about yourself, family, where do you live and what did you do for a living before making cakes if anything? Right now, I live in a little village in Seville with my two kids however, I...

Gumpaste Carnations - no special cutters required (with lots of pictures!)

Hi all, By request :) I took photos of every step so I hope this should be clear and detailed enough for beginners like myself to follow (I’ve discovered it’s rather hard to balance a camera in one hand lol). These are some carnations I made...