Got a sweet tooth? Love desserts but don’t know how to make them? Well, instead of buying overpriced cupcakes and cakes at your nearest shopping mall, why don’t you make your own and impress your family and friends?
This coming May, CelebrateTV presents a new online series called Piece of Cake featuring simple and interesting ways of making desserts!
You no longer have to stay glued to your TV for your favourite baking show to come on, just come online at the CelebrateTV Facebook page or right here at VenusBuzz.com, where we’ll be airing the 10-episodes every Friday starting May 11th.
The show launches this today (May 4th), and is hosted by Satira Diana who is also the owner of Pearl Cake Couture & Event Styling; a young entrepreneur that started a successful business of cake baking and decorating after being self taught via YouTube. She will show how to make everything from cakes, cupcakes, trifles, and cookies.
In an exclusive interview with Satira, VenusBuzz.com asked her what her favourite cake was and she said that she’s a simple girl at heart and loves simple flavours.
“I love a good, moist vanilla cake that’s laced with velvety swiss meringue buttercream. I love cream, lots of it! And the beauty of swiss meringue buttercream is that its so gorgeously creamy yet not too overly sweet,” she said.
If you’re already a fan of Pearl Cakes, you would be familiar with Satira’s unique and chic designs which stand out from the usual crop of cakes you can find in typical bakeries.
She added, “When it comes to cake design, I see beauty in again simplicity, and asymmetry. I dont like to follow rules and I’m always researching and looking for ways to create designs that are beyond conventional.”
Piece of Cake will inspire viewers in realising how desserts and snacks are easily made in fun, interesting ways that not only looks good but will taste great too. As a D-I-Y enthusiast herself, Satira will show simple techniques and best tested recipes that will excite viewers to start baking and indulge themselves with delicious looking snacks.