You can also watch Cake Boss on Amazon Unboxed. The best part about this is that you can pay for just the episodes you want.
The making baking of the “Skoda Fabia – Car Cake” advert
TLC takes the cake with Buddy Valastro
Master baker to be featured in the new series CAKE BOSS
March 25, 2009 Los Angeles, CA
He’s created some of the most mouth-watering and elaborate cakes, including Britney Spears’ circus-themed 27th birthday cake, and now he’ll serve up the perfect recipe for TV entertainment when TLC airs CAKE BOSS on April 19, 2009. The special will focus on Buddy as he manages his booming business, Carlo’s Bakery in Hoboken, NJ, along with his big Italian family including his mom and sisters – who run the shop with him. Produced by High Noon Entertainment, CAKE BOSS will premiere as a series in early June.
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I have posted several tutorial videos from many well know and soon to be well know cake artists and entrepreneurs. What I love about this video in particular is that in addition to simply being useful, Edna also begins and ends the video promoting her business. For many of us looking at this video it might look like great advice and support for OUR cake decorating. In fact, YouTube, Flickr, Vimeo, and other “how-to” venues can be a great tool for demonstrating your command of the cake decorating skills.
As I watched Edna work, I wasn’t just admiring her technique, I was wanting one of her cakes! Her videos are helping others while at the same time setting her up as a subject matter expert. Whether they’re fellow cake artists, future customers or television producers, YouTube is increasingly where consumers are looking for talent.
Duff creates a cake for the Lebowski-fest celebrating The Big Lebowski and a Millennium Falcon Groom’s Cake for a Star Wars fan.
Baker Sylvia Weinstock demonstrates how to make the perfect chocolate cake.
The team makes a Kung Fu Panda cake and a replica of Chicago-style pizza. 21:00 minutes
Wedding cake designer Shinmin Li started baking wedding cakes after training in fine art. It’s not that jarring of a change, if you think about it. Li owns I Dream of Cake in San Francisco, and spends her time obsessing over cake consistency, design details, and whether her clients will eat the finished product.
Swiss Meringue Buttercream is a favorite of so many people but is a challenging recipe for the uninitiated. A couple great bloggers show us how to make this classic, yummy recipe and do a wonderful job of reassuring us that we’re doing it right.
First Dyan provides a video post and recipe on her blog Dyanbakes.com (I was so sorry to see she has stopped blogging.)
Dyann Bakes She also provides the recipe for Swiss Meringue Buttercream as a downloadable .pdf. for easy printing.
Then head over to howtoeatacupcake target = “_blank” for further video instruction and a couple of unique adjustments to the recipe.