I just found this amusing. I needed to make bread for Lunch and Dinner. So I had 5 of these going for Lunch then made another round of bread for dinner. The little cakes were dessert. The bowl... the rejects.
The pan I used was a Nordic Bundt pan - mini wedding cakes. Great idea.. horrible time getting them out.
For the next few months I'm taking a break.. well, focusing my attentions elsewhere. We have a backlog of scrolls that need to be tackled and since I'm in charge, and winter is coming.. that is my baby. No new assignments till the new year. Backlog only.
And I really want to focus on my sewing. I have fabric, but no time to do anything with it. The girl picked out some lovely turquoise and wants tunics. And I have blue for my Mom who is going to an event this spring. So I want to make her a tunic..
Oh the dilemma.. But I will be posting those lovely creations as soon as I get to them. I have some SECRET creations underway was well. I am fortunate to be involved in an artisan exchange this winter. Its all planned out, materials are all prepped.. Now I just have to do it. I did start!! So its looking good. I can't wait to send them out!!
- I like cooking for 70 people. - I run a sweet kitchen - My friends are pretty awesome in the kitchen - My Mom is awesome I was given the opportunity to Feastocrat Summer's end. I opted for a Polish menu.
DINNER MENU (subject to change, but I doubt it) 1st remove: Bread and butters Salad with dressing Baked Chicken over Prunes (Trust me on this - there are onions, cabbage, prunes and spices galore!)
2nd remove Fresh Kielbasa Cheese Pierogi Cucumbers in Sour Cream Meat Pie (beef/pork/bacon) Honey Carrots
Dessert Heraldry Cakes with Fresh Sylvan Berries
And from what I heard as I wandered around, it was good. Mom and I made close to 300 Cheese Pierogi. The sad thing is I didn't any pictures of the dessert. I made banners to go into each of the cakes with the Canton, Barony, Kingdom and past Baronials herladry in them. I almost made the Baroness cry. Mission Accomplished.