Thursday, October 31, 2013


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Spooky Halloween Wishes to all!!!!

I have attended a lot of parties ranging from birthday to baby shower but this Halloween party and the scary food that we made was one of the best I ever enjoyed :)

Yes! I was yet again a student back to college but this time truly the lessons that I loved to learn and not a day of class was boring :)

I finally did a certified course in baking and cake art at Lavonne Institute, Bangalore. Had a great two months of time learning loads of pastries and baked goodies each day. 

I take this opportunity to thank my three favorite chefs Vinesh, Avin and Joonie for teaching me loads of new techniques in my favorite subject - Baking :) They are best at what they do! 

As a final touch to the course we as teams had to organize a tea party on a specific theme and what did we do????? 

HALLOWEEN!!! The Ghost Party :)

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We totally enjoyed making all these cute yet scary props to decorate for the party :)

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Our menu included various scary looking delicious bakes!

The first was called the Spooky fingers - Ginger cookies which the kids at the party loved :)

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Next was the Mud Mousse - Oh yes you read it right. This one was for sure one of my most favorite :)

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Mummy Sausages were gone in first half an hour!!! The best seller for the non vegetarian lovers :) 

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Graveyard Cakes - The delicious Sacher Torte dressed up like a edible graveyard. One of the most pretty looking set up of the show :)

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Eye Ball Canapes - The dill bread covered with garlic cream and olive eyes were one of my creations for the show :) Ofcourse I loved it :P

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Headless cookies - The headless men were yummy orange cookies with a super zesty flavor :)

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The show stopper was this Blood bath - the drink behind the deadly name was a mix of cranberry, orange and lime :)

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Posing time for the little chefs with the big Chef Vinesh :) Miss you all buddies, will see you all soon as big pastry chefs with success stories!! :)

Written by: Nithya
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indianspicemagic said...

Which course did you attend? Five months course or one month course.

indianspicemagic said...

Which course did you attend? Five months course or one month course.

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