Our highly valued bakers and cake lovers, Hope you are enjoying the beautiful weekend. The best part of this weekend is that we will be celebrating Valentine's day tomorrow and I am sure a lot of people have ordered cakes for their loved ones. It means that Naija bakers are all busy this weekend. That's a good story for business.
Today I decided to change the topic of our Weekend Treats programme. I purposely didn't want to showcase the weeding cake pictures. This is just to give us a different thing to talk about....this time it's 3D Animal Cakes. These pictures present different animals crafted with cake and icing
Every February 14, across Nigeria and in other places around the world, cakes, flowers, cards, and gifts are exchanged between loved ones, all in the name of St. Valentine. But who is this mysterious saint, and where did these traditions come from?
Hi our wonderful bakers and cake lovers! Presenting to you the 3rd segment of the Kiddies Birthday Cake Ideas. In this segment, we showcase eight amazing cakes created with some unique character themes.
Our esteemed Bakers and cake lovers, Like we've always said, it is our pleasure to bring up ideas and programmes that can add value to our lives. If you are not a baker, you are a consumer! We mentioned in the 1st segment this programme was born out of the need for clients to have an array of cake ideas to select from. Also bakers can have more ideas to present to clients.
Please Note that all selected pictures were made by Naija Bakers and credit will be given to the sources as foot notes.
Enjoy the views and grab new ideas!!
Our esteemed Bakers and cake lover, In today's segment of Admin's Helpful Tutorial Series, we bering to you the Daisy Flower
The name daisy comes from "day's eye" because the flower is only open during the day and closes up at night. Another name is "thunder flower" since it blooms in the summer when thundershowers are common. In addition, the daisy is believed to keep away lightening. For this reason, it was also kept indoors.
Dahlia, which means "valley," is a reference to the 18th century botanist Andreas Dahl from Sweden, though it is unclear as to why the flower received his surname instead of being named after one of the first Spanish botanists to study it. Dahlia flowers belong to the Asteraceae family, a group that includes sunflowers, asters and daisies. "Asteraceae" means "star," referring to the star shape of the dahlia blossom.