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She's got super speedy skills

Remember that boy who did fancy tricks while stamping and bagging boxes? Well, watch this worker at a Chinese festival nonchalantly flips 14 cakes into a plastic bag in four seconds. The craziness starts around 30 seconds in.

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Our Favorite Birthday Cakes: Vanilla Cake with Buttercream Frosting

I was one lucky kid. I grew up with a grandmother who was a darn good baker and gifted with a cake decorating tip. From year to year, whatever I was into, Strawberry Shortcake or Wonder Woman, my grandmother brought it to life on cake. For my first birthday, she made a baby lamb — standing up. For my sister, when she was taking piano, she created an upright baby grand. She was my family’s very own Ace of Cakes.

I took my grandmother for granted, assuming everyone had one like mine chomping at the bit to bake them the cake of their dreams. I think of her now though on my daughter’s birthday. I want my daughter to grow up having delicious, fun homemade birthday cakes like I did. So I agonized on her first birthday.

Baking is one thing, cake decorating another.

I had ambitions of making my grandmother’s cake and pulled out the recipe card for her dense white almond cake, but it looked more complicated than I expected, so I chose a birthday cake from the Barefoot Contessa instead, a straightforward, dependable vanilla cake with butter cream frosting. It came out of the oven beautiful and golden, but after two hours under my knife, it looked like something Eloise, not Silvia Weinstock, had got her hands on. The cake tasted delicious though and I learned a thing or two that first year.

I learned that it’s easy to cover up mistakes with more frosting! You can smooth the finish by dipping a knife into milk or water and resurfacing. It’s worth every penny to invest in a real cake decorating bag. Most importantly, I confirmed what I already knew: I did not inherit my grandmother’s hand with a frosting tip.

This year, my daughter’s second birthday, I had fun with the cake instead. The end result was far from perfect-looking, but it tasted scrumptious, and a lot of love went into it. I can only imagine how much went into the cakes my grandmother used to make. Now, when Norah’s birthday rolls around and the party is all cleaned up, I’m lucky enough that I can pick up the phone and call my grandmother to tell her I love her back.

If you don’t have the time to make a homemade birthday cake for a friend this year, send them a gift box of local, pure and comforting handmade food. Eat Boutique sells a handmade gift box filled with handmade sweet and savory treats. Send food that hugs you back today. And for Father’s Day, get free shipping by entering “DAD” at check out!


Our Favorite Birthday Cakes: Vanilla Cake with Buttercream Frosting

I was one lucky kid. I grew up with a grandmother who was a darn good baker and gifted with a cake decorating tip. From year to year, whatever I was into, Strawberry Shortcake or Wonder Woman, my grandmother brought it to life on cake. For my first birthday, she made a baby lamb — standing up. For my sister, when she was taking piano, she created an upright baby grand. She was my family’s very own Ace of Cakes.

I took my grandmother for granted, assuming everyone had one like mine chomping at the bit to bake them the cake of their dreams. I think of her now though on my daughter’s birthday. I want my daughter to grow up having delicious, fun homemade birthday cakes like I did. So I agonized on her first birthday.

Baking is one thing, cake decorating another.

I had ambitions of making my grandmother’s cake and pulled out the recipe card for her dense white almond cake, but it looked more complicated than I expected, so I chose a birthday cake from the Barefoot Contessa instead, a straightforward, dependable vanilla cake with butter cream frosting. It came out of the oven beautiful and golden, but after two hours under my knife, it looked like something Eloise, not Silvia Weinstock, had got her hands on. The cake tasted delicious though and I learned a thing or two that first year.

I learned that it’s easy to cover up mistakes with more frosting! You can smooth the finish by dipping a knife into milk or water and resurfacing. It’s worth every penny to invest in a real cake decorating bag. Most importantly, I confirmed what I already knew: I did not inherit my grandmother’s hand with a frosting tip.

This year, my daughter’s second birthday, I had fun with the cake instead. The end result was far from perfect-looking, but it tasted scrumptious, and a lot of love went into it. I can only imagine how much went into the cakes my grandmother used to make. Now, when Norah’s birthday rolls around and the party is all cleaned up, I’m lucky enough that I can pick up the phone and call my grandmother to tell her I love her back.

If you don’t have the time to make a homemade birthday cake for a friend this year, send them a gift box of local, pure and comforting handmade food. Eat Boutique sells a handmade gift box filled with handmade sweet and savory treats. Send food that hugs you back today. And for Father’s Day, get free shipping by entering “DAD” at check out!


Our Favorite Birthday Cakes: Vanilla Cake with Buttercream Frosting

I was one lucky kid. I grew up with a grandmother who was a darn good baker and gifted with a cake decorating tip. From year to year, whatever I was into, Strawberry Shortcake or Wonder Woman, my grandmother brought it to life on cake. For my first birthday, she made a baby lamb — standing up. For my sister, when she was taking piano, she created an upright baby grand. She was my family’s very own Ace of Cakes.

I took my grandmother for granted, assuming everyone had one like mine chomping at the bit to bake them the cake of their dreams. I think of her now though on my daughter’s birthday. I want my daughter to grow up having delicious, fun homemade birthday cakes like I did. So I agonized on her first birthday.

Baking is one thing, cake decorating another.

I had ambitions of making my grandmother’s cake and pulled out the recipe card for her dense white almond cake, but it looked more complicated than I expected, so I chose a birthday cake from the Barefoot Contessa instead, a straightforward, dependable vanilla cake with butter cream frosting. It came out of the oven beautiful and golden, but after two hours under my knife, it looked like something Eloise, not Silvia Weinstock, had got her hands on. The cake tasted delicious though and I learned a thing or two that first year.

I learned that it’s easy to cover up mistakes with more frosting! You can smooth the finish by dipping a knife into milk or water and resurfacing. It’s worth every penny to invest in a real cake decorating bag. Most importantly, I confirmed what I already knew: I did not inherit my grandmother’s hand with a frosting tip.

This year, my daughter’s second birthday, I had fun with the cake instead. The end result was far from perfect-looking, but it tasted scrumptious, and a lot of love went into it. I can only imagine how much went into the cakes my grandmother used to make. Now, when Norah’s birthday rolls around and the party is all cleaned up, I’m lucky enough that I can pick up the phone and call my grandmother to tell her I love her back.

If you don’t have the time to make a homemade birthday cake for a friend this year, send them a gift box of local, pure and comforting handmade food. Eat Boutique sells a handmade gift box filled with handmade sweet and savory treats. Send food that hugs you back today. And for Father’s Day, get free shipping by entering “DAD” at check out!


Our Favorite Birthday Cakes: Vanilla Cake with Buttercream Frosting

I was one lucky kid. I grew up with a grandmother who was a darn good baker and gifted with a cake decorating tip. From year to year, whatever I was into, Strawberry Shortcake or Wonder Woman, my grandmother brought it to life on cake. For my first birthday, she made a baby lamb — standing up. For my sister, when she was taking piano, she created an upright baby grand. She was my family’s very own Ace of Cakes.

I took my grandmother for granted, assuming everyone had one like mine chomping at the bit to bake them the cake of their dreams. I think of her now though on my daughter’s birthday. I want my daughter to grow up having delicious, fun homemade birthday cakes like I did. So I agonized on her first birthday.

Baking is one thing, cake decorating another.

I had ambitions of making my grandmother’s cake and pulled out the recipe card for her dense white almond cake, but it looked more complicated than I expected, so I chose a birthday cake from the Barefoot Contessa instead, a straightforward, dependable vanilla cake with butter cream frosting. It came out of the oven beautiful and golden, but after two hours under my knife, it looked like something Eloise, not Silvia Weinstock, had got her hands on. The cake tasted delicious though and I learned a thing or two that first year.

I learned that it’s easy to cover up mistakes with more frosting! You can smooth the finish by dipping a knife into milk or water and resurfacing. It’s worth every penny to invest in a real cake decorating bag. Most importantly, I confirmed what I already knew: I did not inherit my grandmother’s hand with a frosting tip.

This year, my daughter’s second birthday, I had fun with the cake instead. The end result was far from perfect-looking, but it tasted scrumptious, and a lot of love went into it. I can only imagine how much went into the cakes my grandmother used to make. Now, when Norah’s birthday rolls around and the party is all cleaned up, I’m lucky enough that I can pick up the phone and call my grandmother to tell her I love her back.

If you don’t have the time to make a homemade birthday cake for a friend this year, send them a gift box of local, pure and comforting handmade food. Eat Boutique sells a handmade gift box filled with handmade sweet and savory treats. Send food that hugs you back today. And for Father’s Day, get free shipping by entering “DAD” at check out!


Our Favorite Birthday Cakes: Vanilla Cake with Buttercream Frosting

I was one lucky kid. I grew up with a grandmother who was a darn good baker and gifted with a cake decorating tip. From year to year, whatever I was into, Strawberry Shortcake or Wonder Woman, my grandmother brought it to life on cake. For my first birthday, she made a baby lamb — standing up. For my sister, when she was taking piano, she created an upright baby grand. She was my family’s very own Ace of Cakes.

I took my grandmother for granted, assuming everyone had one like mine chomping at the bit to bake them the cake of their dreams. I think of her now though on my daughter’s birthday. I want my daughter to grow up having delicious, fun homemade birthday cakes like I did. So I agonized on her first birthday.

Baking is one thing, cake decorating another.

I had ambitions of making my grandmother’s cake and pulled out the recipe card for her dense white almond cake, but it looked more complicated than I expected, so I chose a birthday cake from the Barefoot Contessa instead, a straightforward, dependable vanilla cake with butter cream frosting. It came out of the oven beautiful and golden, but after two hours under my knife, it looked like something Eloise, not Silvia Weinstock, had got her hands on. The cake tasted delicious though and I learned a thing or two that first year.

I learned that it’s easy to cover up mistakes with more frosting! You can smooth the finish by dipping a knife into milk or water and resurfacing. It’s worth every penny to invest in a real cake decorating bag. Most importantly, I confirmed what I already knew: I did not inherit my grandmother’s hand with a frosting tip.

This year, my daughter’s second birthday, I had fun with the cake instead. The end result was far from perfect-looking, but it tasted scrumptious, and a lot of love went into it. I can only imagine how much went into the cakes my grandmother used to make. Now, when Norah’s birthday rolls around and the party is all cleaned up, I’m lucky enough that I can pick up the phone and call my grandmother to tell her I love her back.

If you don’t have the time to make a homemade birthday cake for a friend this year, send them a gift box of local, pure and comforting handmade food. Eat Boutique sells a handmade gift box filled with handmade sweet and savory treats. Send food that hugs you back today. And for Father’s Day, get free shipping by entering “DAD” at check out!


Our Favorite Birthday Cakes: Vanilla Cake with Buttercream Frosting

I was one lucky kid. I grew up with a grandmother who was a darn good baker and gifted with a cake decorating tip. From year to year, whatever I was into, Strawberry Shortcake or Wonder Woman, my grandmother brought it to life on cake. For my first birthday, she made a baby lamb — standing up. For my sister, when she was taking piano, she created an upright baby grand. She was my family’s very own Ace of Cakes.

I took my grandmother for granted, assuming everyone had one like mine chomping at the bit to bake them the cake of their dreams. I think of her now though on my daughter’s birthday. I want my daughter to grow up having delicious, fun homemade birthday cakes like I did. So I agonized on her first birthday.

Baking is one thing, cake decorating another.

I had ambitions of making my grandmother’s cake and pulled out the recipe card for her dense white almond cake, but it looked more complicated than I expected, so I chose a birthday cake from the Barefoot Contessa instead, a straightforward, dependable vanilla cake with butter cream frosting. It came out of the oven beautiful and golden, but after two hours under my knife, it looked like something Eloise, not Silvia Weinstock, had got her hands on. The cake tasted delicious though and I learned a thing or two that first year.

I learned that it’s easy to cover up mistakes with more frosting! You can smooth the finish by dipping a knife into milk or water and resurfacing. It’s worth every penny to invest in a real cake decorating bag. Most importantly, I confirmed what I already knew: I did not inherit my grandmother’s hand with a frosting tip.

This year, my daughter’s second birthday, I had fun with the cake instead. The end result was far from perfect-looking, but it tasted scrumptious, and a lot of love went into it. I can only imagine how much went into the cakes my grandmother used to make. Now, when Norah’s birthday rolls around and the party is all cleaned up, I’m lucky enough that I can pick up the phone and call my grandmother to tell her I love her back.

If you don’t have the time to make a homemade birthday cake for a friend this year, send them a gift box of local, pure and comforting handmade food. Eat Boutique sells a handmade gift box filled with handmade sweet and savory treats. Send food that hugs you back today. And for Father’s Day, get free shipping by entering “DAD” at check out!


Our Favorite Birthday Cakes: Vanilla Cake with Buttercream Frosting

I was one lucky kid. I grew up with a grandmother who was a darn good baker and gifted with a cake decorating tip. From year to year, whatever I was into, Strawberry Shortcake or Wonder Woman, my grandmother brought it to life on cake. For my first birthday, she made a baby lamb — standing up. For my sister, when she was taking piano, she created an upright baby grand. She was my family’s very own Ace of Cakes.

I took my grandmother for granted, assuming everyone had one like mine chomping at the bit to bake them the cake of their dreams. I think of her now though on my daughter’s birthday. I want my daughter to grow up having delicious, fun homemade birthday cakes like I did. So I agonized on her first birthday.

Baking is one thing, cake decorating another.

I had ambitions of making my grandmother’s cake and pulled out the recipe card for her dense white almond cake, but it looked more complicated than I expected, so I chose a birthday cake from the Barefoot Contessa instead, a straightforward, dependable vanilla cake with butter cream frosting. It came out of the oven beautiful and golden, but after two hours under my knife, it looked like something Eloise, not Silvia Weinstock, had got her hands on. The cake tasted delicious though and I learned a thing or two that first year.

I learned that it’s easy to cover up mistakes with more frosting! You can smooth the finish by dipping a knife into milk or water and resurfacing. It’s worth every penny to invest in a real cake decorating bag. Most importantly, I confirmed what I already knew: I did not inherit my grandmother’s hand with a frosting tip.

This year, my daughter’s second birthday, I had fun with the cake instead. The end result was far from perfect-looking, but it tasted scrumptious, and a lot of love went into it. I can only imagine how much went into the cakes my grandmother used to make. Now, when Norah’s birthday rolls around and the party is all cleaned up, I’m lucky enough that I can pick up the phone and call my grandmother to tell her I love her back.

If you don’t have the time to make a homemade birthday cake for a friend this year, send them a gift box of local, pure and comforting handmade food. Eat Boutique sells a handmade gift box filled with handmade sweet and savory treats. Send food that hugs you back today. And for Father’s Day, get free shipping by entering “DAD” at check out!


Our Favorite Birthday Cakes: Vanilla Cake with Buttercream Frosting

I was one lucky kid. I grew up with a grandmother who was a darn good baker and gifted with a cake decorating tip. From year to year, whatever I was into, Strawberry Shortcake or Wonder Woman, my grandmother brought it to life on cake. For my first birthday, she made a baby lamb — standing up. For my sister, when she was taking piano, she created an upright baby grand. She was my family’s very own Ace of Cakes.

I took my grandmother for granted, assuming everyone had one like mine chomping at the bit to bake them the cake of their dreams. I think of her now though on my daughter’s birthday. I want my daughter to grow up having delicious, fun homemade birthday cakes like I did. So I agonized on her first birthday.

Baking is one thing, cake decorating another.

I had ambitions of making my grandmother’s cake and pulled out the recipe card for her dense white almond cake, but it looked more complicated than I expected, so I chose a birthday cake from the Barefoot Contessa instead, a straightforward, dependable vanilla cake with butter cream frosting. It came out of the oven beautiful and golden, but after two hours under my knife, it looked like something Eloise, not Silvia Weinstock, had got her hands on. The cake tasted delicious though and I learned a thing or two that first year.

I learned that it’s easy to cover up mistakes with more frosting! You can smooth the finish by dipping a knife into milk or water and resurfacing. It’s worth every penny to invest in a real cake decorating bag. Most importantly, I confirmed what I already knew: I did not inherit my grandmother’s hand with a frosting tip.

This year, my daughter’s second birthday, I had fun with the cake instead. The end result was far from perfect-looking, but it tasted scrumptious, and a lot of love went into it. I can only imagine how much went into the cakes my grandmother used to make. Now, when Norah’s birthday rolls around and the party is all cleaned up, I’m lucky enough that I can pick up the phone and call my grandmother to tell her I love her back.

If you don’t have the time to make a homemade birthday cake for a friend this year, send them a gift box of local, pure and comforting handmade food. Eat Boutique sells a handmade gift box filled with handmade sweet and savory treats. Send food that hugs you back today. And for Father’s Day, get free shipping by entering “DAD” at check out!


Our Favorite Birthday Cakes: Vanilla Cake with Buttercream Frosting

I was one lucky kid. I grew up with a grandmother who was a darn good baker and gifted with a cake decorating tip. From year to year, whatever I was into, Strawberry Shortcake or Wonder Woman, my grandmother brought it to life on cake. For my first birthday, she made a baby lamb — standing up. For my sister, when she was taking piano, she created an upright baby grand. She was my family’s very own Ace of Cakes.

I took my grandmother for granted, assuming everyone had one like mine chomping at the bit to bake them the cake of their dreams. I think of her now though on my daughter’s birthday. I want my daughter to grow up having delicious, fun homemade birthday cakes like I did. So I agonized on her first birthday.

Baking is one thing, cake decorating another.

I had ambitions of making my grandmother’s cake and pulled out the recipe card for her dense white almond cake, but it looked more complicated than I expected, so I chose a birthday cake from the Barefoot Contessa instead, a straightforward, dependable vanilla cake with butter cream frosting. It came out of the oven beautiful and golden, but after two hours under my knife, it looked like something Eloise, not Silvia Weinstock, had got her hands on. The cake tasted delicious though and I learned a thing or two that first year.

I learned that it’s easy to cover up mistakes with more frosting! You can smooth the finish by dipping a knife into milk or water and resurfacing. It’s worth every penny to invest in a real cake decorating bag. Most importantly, I confirmed what I already knew: I did not inherit my grandmother’s hand with a frosting tip.

This year, my daughter’s second birthday, I had fun with the cake instead. The end result was far from perfect-looking, but it tasted scrumptious, and a lot of love went into it. I can only imagine how much went into the cakes my grandmother used to make. Now, when Norah’s birthday rolls around and the party is all cleaned up, I’m lucky enough that I can pick up the phone and call my grandmother to tell her I love her back.

If you don’t have the time to make a homemade birthday cake for a friend this year, send them a gift box of local, pure and comforting handmade food. Eat Boutique sells a handmade gift box filled with handmade sweet and savory treats. Send food that hugs you back today. And for Father’s Day, get free shipping by entering “DAD” at check out!


Our Favorite Birthday Cakes: Vanilla Cake with Buttercream Frosting

I was one lucky kid. I grew up with a grandmother who was a darn good baker and gifted with a cake decorating tip. From year to year, whatever I was into, Strawberry Shortcake or Wonder Woman, my grandmother brought it to life on cake. For my first birthday, she made a baby lamb — standing up. For my sister, when she was taking piano, she created an upright baby grand. She was my family’s very own Ace of Cakes.

I took my grandmother for granted, assuming everyone had one like mine chomping at the bit to bake them the cake of their dreams. I think of her now though on my daughter’s birthday. I want my daughter to grow up having delicious, fun homemade birthday cakes like I did. So I agonized on her first birthday.

Baking is one thing, cake decorating another.

I had ambitions of making my grandmother’s cake and pulled out the recipe card for her dense white almond cake, but it looked more complicated than I expected, so I chose a birthday cake from the Barefoot Contessa instead, a straightforward, dependable vanilla cake with butter cream frosting. It came out of the oven beautiful and golden, but after two hours under my knife, it looked like something Eloise, not Silvia Weinstock, had got her hands on. The cake tasted delicious though and I learned a thing or two that first year.

I learned that it’s easy to cover up mistakes with more frosting! You can smooth the finish by dipping a knife into milk or water and resurfacing. It’s worth every penny to invest in a real cake decorating bag. Most importantly, I confirmed what I already knew: I did not inherit my grandmother’s hand with a frosting tip.

This year, my daughter’s second birthday, I had fun with the cake instead. The end result was far from perfect-looking, but it tasted scrumptious, and a lot of love went into it. I can only imagine how much went into the cakes my grandmother used to make. Now, when Norah’s birthday rolls around and the party is all cleaned up, I’m lucky enough that I can pick up the phone and call my grandmother to tell her I love her back.

If you don’t have the time to make a homemade birthday cake for a friend this year, send them a gift box of local, pure and comforting handmade food. Eat Boutique sells a handmade gift box filled with handmade sweet and savory treats. Send food that hugs you back today. And for Father’s Day, get free shipping by entering “DAD” at check out!


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