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Sunny Yaw Going Tarlets Baking Class JULY

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Sunny Yaw’s signature dessert The Macaron will be back for more classes this July. He will show you the art of macaron perfection within your reach. His macarons are crisp on the outside, chewy inside and please pleasure as you bite into it. You will get to your hands dirty while trying to make your macaron and share your experience with the one sitting next to you. Sunny Yaw will be show you how to get it done!

Macaron Classes
17th July 2010 – 9.00am to 12.30pm – Available !
31st July 2010 – 9.00am to 12.30pm – (Full)
(Fee: RM220)

Baking Class Macaron Tartlet

Having a macaron is just not enough, taking a step forward, pushing the limits comes a new age tartlet, The Macaron Tarlets. A total new experience, look and taste. This tartlet comes in many different topping colours and yet with the macaron shell appearance. The variation mystifies you with flavours of your choice, truly a surprise. Different and yet delicious.

Macaron Tarlets Classes
18th July 2010 – 9.00am to 12.30pm – Available !
25th July 2010 – 2.00pm to 5.30pm – Available !
(Fee: RM180)

Baking Class Cottage Cheese

A non-bake tart can be truly a surprise. Whisk up your own tartlet without having an oven, Simple and easy, Who say we can’t bake!

Non-Bake Cottage Cheese Tart
18th July 2010 – 2.30pm to 5.30pm – Available !
1st August 2010 – 9.30am to 12.30pm – Available !
(FEE: RM150)

Japanese tart

An all time winner. Truly a petite tartlets with soft creamy cheese fillings and toppings. Goes well with any party dinners, totally scrumptious!

Japanese Creamcheese Tartlet Classes
24th July 2010 – 9.30am to 12.00pm – Available !
1st August 2010 – 2.30pm to 5.30pm – Available !
(Fee: RM150)

Seats for the classes need to be pre-booked in advance as seats are limited.
Advance payment is need before the class commence
For registration contact Sid @ 012 302 1269 or email: bigboysoven@gmail.com

A Damn Good Cheesecake

It looks like it is going to be another relaxing weekend and time to catch up with reading and doing some blogging. But I was wrong, one local call and another from Singapore requesting a cheesecake (9″x9″) each for birthday dinner party on saturday night. Sounds great but hmmm… means no rest and no relaxation or no do spa. Jak requested the same cake that he requested a month ago. Therefore without any choice I have to bake this marble cheesecake for Jak and Jeremy. I stumble upon this design when I visited the Jam Bakery. Jam Bakery is located in Hong Kong and run by two young lovely ladies Anita Chow and Sanny Kee. Both of them even had written a dual language cake book named “Everyday Treats”. I really like their marble cake design as it looks so LV.
For this cheesecake I used oreo biscuit, butter and toasted almond bits for the crust. As for the cheese, I used cream cheese, sugar, eggs, hazelnut syrup, corn flour and sour cream. Keep a bit of the creamcheese and mix it with chocolate syrup to make the star design on the surface of the cake. Once done, it is ready for baking.

I went through the fridge and took out all the fruits and start doing the cake decoration. Once complete, next be the glacing. Glacing the surface is to give the cake itself a fresher look. Lastly will be piping the greetings. This cake looks lovely and weights about 2.5kg.

Later that Saturday night, I got a SMS from Jeremy, “A damn good cheesecake which worth waiting for”.

Thanks Jak and Jeremy !!!

Sid xxx

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