This cake is inspired by a poem about a girl who found solace in watching the ocean. And the ocean taught her how to drown in all the things bigger than herself. The ocean loved her and knew everything that made her and every time she would walk to the shore, she would smile at the ocean…read more
Teresa is a good friend of mine in Singapore. She’s very sweet and diplomatic but once in a while, she’ll blurt out something absurdly funny, honest but sarcastic. She’s predictable but full of pleasant surprises. If she’s a cake, I reckon she’ll be classy, funky and fun… like this one.
“Wow, I can’t believe you’re still with her after 6 years in a long-distance relationship.” “The distance means so little when the person means so much.” I wanted to create a cake that represents the beauty in being apart from each other. And my sister’s Vera Wang wedding gown served as an inspiration: the layers…read more
This cake is inspired by a woman’s sexy back. On a recent trip to Hong Kong, I bumped into Ashwin, a good friend/ex-colleague on the plane. Ash: “Did you see that woman with a really sexy back?” Ash went on to marvel at how defined her back muscles were and how smooth her skin was….read more
A cake tasting session will be held in December in an art gallery tucked away on Wyndham Street, Hong Kong. The cakes will be inspired by the art work on display. The biggest challenge? Finding the right flavours, textures and colour combinations for the cakes to tell the story of each individual art work.
Inspired by a conversation with my client in an interview, this cake is called “Into the woods”. Jo: “How do you describe being in love without using the word love?” M: “When all the conversations are gone, beauty fades, kids grow up and nothing is left to say, you still feel that she’s with you, in a…read more