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Grand tiered wedding cakes are marvels of engineering and artistry, but individual treats- many of them updates of childhood faves are finding their way onto the dessert table in increasing numbers.
Blackbelly’s Hosea Rosenberg took the nontraditional route to restaurant ownership, first developing a successful and wholly unique catering company- one that is still a huge part of his thriving food empire.
Other than the dress, the wedding cake is perhaps one of the top decisions to make for your wedding. It should be a fun experience; after all, it’s cake.
In this interview, Madeleine de Jean, a Denver-based champagne expert known as “Madam Champagne,” offers some expert tips on how to properly open and serve champagne.
The rehearsal dinner is the icebreaker, often the first time both families and the wedding party are all in one place to get to know one another.
Dress your wedding dessert table in seasonal flavors and mini delights.
Dipping temperatures, falling leaves and a dusting of snow mean seasonal beverages for a wedding.
Ask the right questions before you commit and learn about some expert tips.
Designing your wedding cake can be one of the most fun parts of your wedding, but don’t forget about the groom’s cake.
Plain Jane vanilla may suit some, but 2014 wedding treats are all about small bites that leave a big impression.