If you are a reader of this blog then you know I always say that Mah Jongg people are the nicest people. Well, get ready to read on and learn that Mah Jongg people are also the most talented and creative people.
KATIE: “It’s still a secret until tomorrow, but I couldn’t help myself, but sharing. I cannot take credit for the cake, but I did the tiles and the dice. I didn’t have a mold for all the tiles, so I just made a special hand. I’m hosting tomorrow and, since the weather is gorgeous, I’m planning to set up the table on our back porch and have lunch there too. We had many June birthdays, including my own coming up (last one before the big 4-0!), so I wanted to have something special.
The cake is a simple chocolate layered with chocolate in between. I first asked her to make it vanilla or similar, but I guess she forgot. It was still very delicious and decadent. The green is fondant. I made the tiles out of gum paste, because it hardens much faster than fondant.”
And now, get ready to feast your eyes on this incredible, amazing, phenomenal cake –
Katie, you rock!Katie went on to say, “I had such a lovely day playing with a few of my great friends today, kicking off what I hope is my week-long celebration. The cake was a fantastic creation of one of the moms in S.’s class, and I made the tiles and dice.”