Wednesday, 21 March 2012

Mother's Day & A Sweet Paradise


March is a very busy month, family birthdays & mother's day.
I've baked 3 cakes including this one this month.
 I made 'Jasmin' again for mother's day since my mum likes it.
My sister Kelly suggested to put in some bird's nest () in the jelly so I did.
This time I made it into a simple round-shape & garnished with white chocolate shards.
Spring has come & camellia has started to bloom in the front garden so I took a few for garnish.
My patissier-to-be sister Jenny had made us some chocolate macarons & a delicious blueberry cheesecake.
At the end of the day, we're a bit overwhelmed by the desserts.



11 comments:

  1. Your cake looks so light and beautiful like a cloud. Heavenly!

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  2. I'm speechless right now. Your cake is gorgeous!!!! And not only your baking skills, your photography is amazing too. You got both talents!!!

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  3. thanks so much Nami. I just enjoy taking photos :)

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  5. Amazing pictures looks edible lol

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  6. Are the recipes for these desserts posted anywhere?

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    1. Hi. The recipe I used for the cake was posted previously
      http://yuehandicrafts.blogspot.co.uk/2012/02/jasmin.html

      I didn't make the other things so I don't the recipes.

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