THE ART OF CAKE IN THE NEWS
On October 12, 2010, Tammy had the priviledge of making a vintage luggage suitcase cake for the Bob Hope Family and the formal Dedication Ceremony of the Bob Hope Memorial Library at Ellis Island Immigration Museum.
Bob Hope Memorial Library Vintage Luggage Suitcase Fondant Specialty Cake
Bob Hope's Children - Kelly and Linda Hope and Tammy
Holding the cake donated for Homelessness Awareness Day: Diane Johnsn, U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Dvelopment, Bergen County Executive Dennis McNerney, Freeholder Bernadette McPherson and the Director of the Bergen County, Health and Human Services Center Julia Orlando
Tammy became familiar with the plight of the homeless right here in Bergen County through Julia Orlando, Director of the Bergen County, Health and Human Services Center. The more she learned the more she wanted to help out. Finally, the opportunity came when the Bergen County Homeless Shelter hosted "Homelessness Awareness Day" to share information about the plight of the county homeless and what Bergen County was doing to address the situation. Tammy designed a cake that was shaped like a key and represented the 107 residents that had been placed in permanent housing or "home". The cake had surrounding smaller keys that represented each of the agencies that support the homeless shelter making the larger key a possibility.
Tuesday, November 16, 2010
This Thomas Kinkade inspired gingerbread house was chosen to be shown on marthastewart.com in a gallery of one of their favorites. Photo #6 in the slideshow.
The house was donated for a fundraiser that benefited the Institute for Educational Achievement which provides educational services for students with autism.
Everything is completely edible!
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Tammy and Martha Stewart. Photo by David Russell/The Martha Stewart Show
The Martha Stewart Show Studio before taping.
Tammy was recently featured in a segment with Martha Stewart where she demonstrated several cake decorating techniques. To view more pictures visit The Art of Cake Oradell facebook page.
The Rockettes made a stop at The Art of Cake to promote their upcoming 2011 show. What an exciting day for all of those that came by for an autograph and picture.
The Art of Cake made it through all three rounds of Cupcake Wars, making a vanilla cupcake filled with plum spiced with white wine and brown sugar, and topped with a honey and orange cream cheese frosting; a pineapple upside-down cake with a graham cracker crust and topped with a rum flavored whipped cream; dark chocolate cake with cherries and chocolate ganache; and a strawberry champagne cake with champagne frosting.
Tammy was featured in the
(201) Magazine November 2012 Food Issue
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