Though less devastating than banana-cream pies, cakes still provide effective suppressive fire during fancy dinner-party food fights attended by Larry, Curly, and/or Moe. Today's Groupon lets you lock and load with this smile-inducing ammunition: for $29, you get a four-week cake-decorating class at Ice A Cake in Scarborough (up to a $60 value).
Ice A Cake imparts cake-decoration know-how in the tradition of the Wilton School of Cake Decorating, emphasizing a mastery of technique to unlock creative cake expression. Instructor Lika Zowmia member of the Wilton Method instructor hall of fame and boasting 20 years of teaching cake spacklingleads three courses to educate aspiring dessert architects on how to create ornate, complex cakes for any occasion, such as graduation from cake-decorating school.
Each course is a perquisite for the next, totalling four weekly 2.5-hour classes limited to 10 students. Course one teaches frosting apprentices how to prepare icing in three consistencies, as well as bag preparation and pressure control to dispense icing in precise dollops. Decorating techniques include stars, shell borders, rosettes, drop and pom-pom flowers, plus writing and printing passages from War and Peace, all skills students hone as they complete an entire cake. Course two delves deeper into icing consistencies and complex flower decorations, venturing into royal icing and basket-whispering technique as students work toward a final "basket of flowers" cake design. Course three focuses on completing a cake using fondant icing, exploring more advanced techniques such as fondant flowers, tinting, ruffle borders, and creating geometric designs.
Students can bring their own materials, which are not included, though students are eligible for 10 per cent off their first purchase of decorating materials. Should students need to miss a class due to last-minute conflicts or can't-put-down blog posts, Ice A Cake allows them to take a make-up lesson in next round of classes. Prospective baked-goods artists having trouble finding a convenient class time can email Ice A Cake, which does its best to accommodate client schedules as it plans upcoming courses.
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