Bringing adorable Christmas penguins your way!
Em and I will be travelling all the way from our cake-filled base camp in Kuala Lumpur to Singapore, Penang and Ipoh this season specially to spread some Xmas love! In the form of cake of course! *giggle*Would you like one of these adorable little holiday gifts for your beloved friends and family? How about a little something for a party you'll be throwing? They can be presented individually or as a set of 3; with matching bows and ribbons according to what you require. The 3 adorable little sugar penguins adorning fondant covered cakes signify a special thought; conveying messages of love; peace and joy. **Eee~ PENGUINS!!! too cute.. haha sorry I couldn't help myself. hehe* :P
Deliciously decadent fruitcakes fill the insides of these simply stunning trio. In contrast to traditional thick and heavy fruitcakes; our delectable fruitcakes are lighter, fluffier and moist to suit local palates. Staying true to tradition, we maintain succulent sultanas, currants, orange peel and delightful cherries to create a festive dessert! This little gem of a recipe is mom's well kept family secret! *grin*
I'm not quite certain how many orders we will be able to accommodate at this point; but will definitely update everyone when we finally get the ball rolling. Closing date for bookings will be 5th December 2008. So place your orders cake lovers out there! It's Christmas! the time to share gifts and meaningful wishes with friends and family. For a party, a family gathering or ordered as a gift for family back home. There's tons of reasons to have a penguin this Christmas! *giggle*
I'm so excited!! We've never done anything like this before.
After receiving numerous calls and requests from other locations spanning too far for us to reach; I thought it'd be a good idea to have a road trip just for fun! Haha I still have a couple months to be spontaneous before Delectable fully kicks off. We're way too adventurous to be tied down decorating and delivering cakes from one ol' place. *grin*
What say we do this every festive season??