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Sweet Nothings from Bake Austin March 2016
Sweet Nothings from Bake Austin
YOUR ARE INVITED!
Bake Austin is moving on up and I have opened a new part of my home that will just be our classroom. I would like you to come and celebrate with me. I will have cupcakes here for everyone to decorate and some refreshments. Come say hello and help me get the word out. Bring a friend, if you think they might like to know more about Bake Austin. If you have always wondered what Bake Austin is about, here is a chance to meet me and see what we do. :)
Yay! Movin' on up!
SATURDAY MARCH 5TH FROM 11AM-2PM
1706 EAST 38 1/2 STREET, AUSTIN, TX 78722
PLEASE RSVP, so I now how many cupcakes I need to bake. Thank you!
BAKING SCHOOL SCHEDULE
KIDS SPRING BREAK BAKING CAMP
March 14th-18th - 10am -2pm - $275
SAVE $25 by using the discount code: family
Basic kitchen safety will always be taught to promote independence. Our classes are always hands on and filled with lots of knowledge about process, ingredients and the science of baking.
Come join us for this totally new camp ! Every day we will bake a new creation:...
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March 25th Kids Easter Baking Class
German Pancakes & Waffles
Classic German Pastry
We are enrolling for summer camps and we have 9 camps to choose from. Anything from cupcake camp to "cupcake wars", breads around the world etc.
Please look at our website for more information.
(Recipe came from Sainsbury Magazine) You will need
For the sponge
12oz butter, softened, plus extra for greasing
2 tsp vanilla extract
6 large eggs
12oz self-raising flour, sifted
2 tsp baking powder
For the filling and decoration
10oz butter cut into small pieces
600g powdered sugar
1 tsp vanilla extract
3-7 Tbsp milk
100g seedless raspberry jam
200g dark chocolate, 85% cocoa solids
one packet mini eggs
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CAKE OF THE MONTH
According to Wikipedia:
Black Forest gâteau and Black Forest cake are the English names for the German dessert Schwarzwälder Kirschtorte , literally "Black Forest cherry torte", where it originated.
Typically, Black Forest gateau consists of several layers of chocolate sponge cake sandwiched with whipped cream and cherries. It is decorated with additional whipped cream, cherries, and chocolate shavings. In some European traditions, sour cherries are used both between the layers and for decorating the top.
Traditionally, Kirschwasser, a clear spirit made from sour cherries, is added to the cake.
Other spirits are sometimes used, such as rum, which is common in Austrian recipes. In India, Black Forest cake is generally prepared without alcohol.German law mandates that kirschwasser must be present in the cake for it to be labelled a Schwarzwälder Kirschtorte. True Black Forest gâteaus are decorated with black cherries.