Cooking Club Takes a Field Trip

Kathy Colford

AllCakesPicWhat a sweet day the Cooking Club experienced on Friday,
February 15th!  We took a trip down to Stroudsburg to take a Cake Decorating
class at Kitchen Chemistry on Main Street.  Owner Lisa Diemer, had 2 round cakes
for us to make a decorated, double-tiered cake of our own.  We had the
opportunity to color our frosting and then we were instructed on using a piping
bag and a spatula to spread the icing.  We were then given a tip on how to use
fine water mist to make our cakes look smooth and professional.  It was fun
spraying our cakes with water and seeing the difference of the cake’s texture.
We were given piping bag tips to make star and shell borders and the option to
write a message on our cakes.  Lastly were the fondant flowers.  That alone
could have been its own class!  It’s amazing how an expert can turn a rolled

Resident Kathy Colford invites you to join the cooking club.

Resident Kathy Colford invites you to join the cooking club.

ginny

Ginny Kellerman is looking forward to seeing you at the Cooking Club


piece of fondant into an elegant flower.  For us, 15 minutes later, we managed
to figure out how to make what somewhat resembled flowers.  It was fun and we
had quite a few laughs.  We ended up with a variety of themed cakes such as
Valentine’s, St. Patty’s Day, Spring, Cancer Awareness, and a blue and pink
pregnancy cake make by a member who is pregnant and will find out if she is
having a boy or a girl soon.  We look forward to more demonstrations and more
good times.  Keep your eyes open for future trips.  Any questions or
suggestions, you can reach Kathy Colford at (570) 643-7778 or Ginny Kellerman at
Ginny725@ptd.net.

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