T is for I think I can, I think I can, I think I can! Learn more about the A-Z April Blogging Challenge here. All beginning with the letter T, I give you photos of my culinary career creations.
Train Made of Cookies Carrying Candy
This gingerbread choo-choo train filled with candy was the back side of my Winter Gingerbread House Village. You can get a free copy of the paper template for this train design here: Choo Choo Train Cookie Template
Tea Party in Gingerbread, Icing and Gumpaste
The above Alice in Wonderland tea party scene includes up close shots from my Wonderland Gingerbread Queen of Hearts Castle. The teacups, saucers, tea pots, and figurines are made from gumpaste.
Trim in Royal Icing
Here is a photo of me piping trim onto the Vine Inlay Gingerbread House. Check out my Video Tutorial on How to Make Parchment Paper Piping Cones.
I made these chocolate ganache truffles in culinary school. Some are dipped in chocolate and decorated with piped white chocolate. Others are rolled in nuts, confectioner’s sugar, toasted coconut, and cocoa powder.
Here is a photo of the inside of a shark mouth for a Jaws cake while it was in progress. The gums are made of modeling chocolate and the teeth are made of whittled almonds. Read my Creepy Teeth Tutorial here.
Classic tuxedo strawberries triple dipped in white and dark chocolate with piped bowties and buttons, for a wedding.
Tweedle Dee and Tweedle Dum
Here is my edible version of Tweedle Dee and Tweedle Dum in gumpaste, surrounded by jelly beans, gumballs, and lemon drops in the Alice in Wonderland Gingerbread Castle.
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T is for Tiffany inspired Cake.With Drunkenberries
T is for the teepee that topped this Dene (First Nations) wedding cake. This has been my most favourite wedding cake that I have ever done to date.
T is for truffle cake
Here’s my Tea Party Hat Cake.