Ground Zero

Been more than two long years since my last post. Guess this is the best place to continue where I left back then.

I seemed to have returned to ground zero after all this time, albeit gaining a little more experience, having laid my hands at various aspects of the baking and pastry kitchen. Nonetheless, I am glad that I have found my path again after being trapped in a focus drought for a while.

I can vividly recall many highlights of those moments in my earlier posts, many of which bringing a smile even now. Truly I am glad to be able to return to this blog space.

To get the ball rolling, here are some of my bakes, starting with the most recent one,  … Happy Birthday Mrs Skipp! This cake took a long time to assemble, there are flaws, but I’m happy with the result. And presenting it to a 70-year-old lady, the ballet teacher who has helped both my girls through the years, has been the most befitting. 


About justbakeit

I am a stay-at-home-mum, having the most supportive hubby and two lovely girls. I first started baking more than 10 years ago, with one of the first few attempts being a birthday cake for my elder daughter. It was a simple and amateurish looking one, but I will not forget her delight at seeing it! After that, I found a new me, a new passion. I have been baking with much gusto, attending classes, immersing myself in the internet and the world of culinary books. I absolutely love to bake, but after a while, baking is just not enough. I cannot stop marvelling at those beautifully decorated cakes in showcases and cake magazines. So from baking , I ventured into cake decorating. Entering the world of fondant and different icing, colours and dimensions are quickly added to my bakes. There is so much to learn, so much to explore in art of cake decorating. Every cake presents a new challenge. Would love to use this blog to share my experiences and make like-minded friends!

Posted on February 29, 2016, in Breads, Cakes, Cookies, fondant, pastry, Uncategorized and tagged . Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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