Decorating a cake is now considered a true art world-wide thanks to the use of icing sugar, icing or fudge and other decorative elements that make, in fact, the cakes of true masterpieces. The sugar founder, best known as sugar paste, can be molded and carved to faithfully reproduce people, things, animals, and realistic flowers.
In many areas of the world, decorated cakes are often a focal point, the absolute protagonist of special occasions such as birthdays, graduations, bridal bouquets, weddings and anniversaries, or they are their own gifts and gifts. Sweetness becomes a fundamental moment in national or religious festivals and is used, in some cases, to promote commercial businesses, brands, or advertising events.
Cake design history During the 1840s the advent of controlled temperature ovens and the production of sodium bicarbonate and yeast made the production of cakes much simpler and faster.
By the beginning of the twentieth century in the United States before, and in the rest of the world then, decorated cakes have become an important part of classical celebrations and other special occasions.
Recently, sugar-based cakes have become very popular in our country, protagonists in different reality shows all over the western world where traditional pastry is now steadily alongside that of three-dimensional design. From now on with Lallabycakes on Alimentipedia you can find out more about curiosity, curiosity and techniques to learn how to decorate cakes, cook cookies, 3D cupcakes, cake pops and macarons using properly craft tools and choosing the right stuff for all occasions.