|This is either a Milky Way Cake OR a Guinness Bailey's Cake.|
April 16, 2012
March 20, 2012
Just recently I had an unusual request to create a red velvet cake complete with a disheveled Courtney Love and baby doll limbs for an awesome dude- Jake of Humphrey Slocombe. But after a friend helped decipher the concept, and listening to Doll Parts, this cake makes perfect sense, kind of.
|Jake's pictures from the gathering and thereafter via Jake's Instagram =)|
October 17, 2011
Oh man! Where the heck have I been? MIA for sure, and I must apologize for that. A pastry chef turned sugar orchestrator has only so much energy to write (am I right, Abby?)
|Pain au Chocolat a la Daniel!|
|Summer in SoHo|
|Magenta Velvet with Cream Cheese Frosting|
Guiness Chocolate Cake with Baileys Buttercream
November 8, 2010
Been holding on to this photo for a while now. Here is a Vanilla Cake with Vanilla Bean Custard and Sliced Strawberries that I made for one of my very favorite clients. Marie, you are always a pleasure to work with!
Posted by Daniel Saravia at 12:08 AM
November 7, 2010
July 11, 2010
Posted by Daniel Saravia at 1:31 PM
June 13, 2010
Creating a cake can sometimes be a non-fussy, organic process and sometimes it requires lots of thought and design editing. But they all require hours of work, fine attention to detail and if you already have a full-time job, sleep deprivation.
Posted by Daniel Saravia at 1:44 AM
May 18, 2010
Since Im busy baking some red velvet cake for Maribel (that actually tastes like chocolate!), I thought it might be a good time to update this thing!
Posted by Daniel Saravia at 1:29 PM
February 28, 2010
Last time I attempted this fabric-like design was for Debbie's birthday cake about 2 years ago. Although that cake was well received, it did not match up to the vision in my mind. I think its safe to say my second attempt at the frilly ruffles was a success.
Posted by Daniel Saravia at 2:21 AM
February 1, 2010
My hand is still sore... and this cake was made 4 days ago... okay maybe I'm exaggerating just a tad. I don't think I've piped this much EVER and it was only an 8-inch anniversary cake! I can only imagine how stunning (and tiring) this would be on a 5-tier square wedding cake (yeee boooy)!
Posted by Daniel Saravia at 6:02 PM