I indeed bake a lot. Me and my loved ones eat a lot of bakes. All sort of bakes…Baking, to me, is not an easily explained activity. Its notion originates from deep roots within, touching social, emotional and personal surfaces of what I call my life. Cakes, however, are the royal group of all baked goods.
“When someone asks if you’d like cake or pie, why not say you want cake and pie?” Lisa Loeb
Jamaican Chocolate and Black Tea Cake
Some people might do, but I never ‘just’ bake a cake. Cakes are special. Cakes have histories and stories. Cakes denote goods because they are bread, and in the internal sense bread denotes the good of love. But the bread of cakes is distinguished from common bread in the fact that by the bread of cakes is signified the good of love toward the neighbor, thus spiritual good.
“When God’s favour and Godly flavour is in you, your haters will taste wisdom and the only thing they can do is to regret ever tasting a sweet thing.” Israelmore Ayivor
Winter Spice and Gingerbread Crunch Cake
My cakes do not follow recipes. I create cakes. I construct cake flavours with the owners in mind. I don’t just bake cakes. I plan cakes. I dream cakes. I draw cakes. I sculpture cakes.
Spiced Plum Jam and Cream Layer Cake
I aim for my cakes to have souls, to sing songs through their flavour, therefore, each of my cakes is somewhat unique and somehow not repeatable. Hence the reason why I don’t normally share their recipes, but make them immortal only by images…
White Rum Layer Cake
Tipsy Orange and Muesli Meringue Cake
Mommy’s Christmas Fruit Bread Cake
“Let’s face it, a nice creamy chocolate cake does a lot for a lot of people; it does for me.” Audrey Hepburn
Strawberry and Cocoa Punch Cake