Now that i have some time to sort out some (only some) of my 3,000+ photos.. here are some of the cake photos that i took at Takashimaya in Osaka and wondering how these cakes are made. If there are anyone who can tell me how these cakes are done, i'll be so grateful..:D
These are cakes hanging up in rods..i think they are baked in factory and then sent down to the store where they brush syrup over the rotating cakes cos there is an outer layer of sugary crust on the cake...and i saw this lady brushing and brushing and brushing..over and over...
I bought a small version of the round cake (above) to try. Does anyone know how this is done? This looks just like our local Kueh Lapis (layer cake) in term of layers but this Japanese version taste lighter and more like sponge cake.
This is the bigger ring cake but i bought half..as i don't think i can finish so many slices after a huge dinner.
These Chiffon Cakes..Japanese Chiffon Cakes. No ring in the centre and it looks so pretty, tall and neat too! How did they do it? Anyone knows? It's so tall too! I had a sample piece and it tasted very good too! I wanted to buy it on the last day to bring back but i forgot about it!
Oh..hahaha..i had to sneak in this..my dessert at macdonalds which was a daily affair..as you know my son loves macdonalds!
and this food-strap set i bought at Macdonalds (the one below) in Osaka. The bears are the Singapore version..which i just bought it a few days ago.
Happy New Year to you my friends!