summerrain33 said: I'm a high school student (11th grade) and I bake for my family, friends, and myself. I'm not the best but I want to own a bakery one day. Do you have any advice on how to make my skills better in order to do so?

confectionerybliss:

Hello! I’m going to answer this publicly because I am sure that many others have the same question so this would also be beneficial to them as well.

It’s great to see someone else interested in the baking/pastry world. Do remember that the best Chefs were never always the best and with hard work and dedication, they ended up being better at it. Like the saying goes, “Practice makes perfect.”

I have advice for you, definitely. I have answered questions such as this one numerous of times so I’m going to link you to them:

The tip page has a lot of tips and also a lot of techniques. It is a plethora of useful links that will be beneficial to you.

These are free baking lessons:

These asks should also help you:

I hope this answers your question. If you have anything else you want to know, you can definitely ask me. Good luck!

xcaitfieldx:

It’s already there! #explore #travel #read #love #listen #success #workhard #family #itsalreadythere #youvegotitinyou #letitshinethrough #believeinyourself #motivation


The cheese, but oh so true.

xcaitfieldx:

It’s already there! #explore #travel #read #love #listen #success #workhard #family #itsalreadythere #youvegotitinyou #letitshinethrough #believeinyourself #motivation

The cheese, but oh so true.

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fuckingrecipes:

One drop raises the sea

I should replace my about section with this to inject more badassery to My Story.

fuckingrecipes:

One drop raises the sea

I should replace my about section with this to inject more badassery to My Story.

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Cafe Fernando

Have you ever picked up a book that was so engrossing that you couldn’t bring yourself to put down? I mean, it was lock-yourself-in-your-room-for-days good? I get that way with blogs. The first was a now-defunct blog about two girls obsessed with Japanese nail art. The second is about a vegan baker in Seoul, Korea called Alien’s Day Out; which brings me to the third i.e. my current obsession: Cafe Fernando.

His writing and passion for food excites me in the same way finding out a restaurant serves breakfast all day does—I love breakfast, by the way. Not to mention, he’s astonishingly talented with his hands. He was commandeered by Dolce and Gabbana to create a chocolate laced brownie.

I mean, look at this! After reading just a few posts, with newfound inspiration and need for an outlet, I pried my eyes away to type away on Mulberry St.

With fingers crossed, I hope my inspiration doesn’t get clouded with the noisy clatter of self-doubt. Nolza!

Come to Mama.

Come to Mama.

Welcome ladies.

That is all.

white chocolate & strawberry cake roll

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