Cupcake. Monday , February 05th , 2018 - 14:39:32 PM
Talking of affordability, generally, cupcakes tend to be less expensive. The reason for this is, that stacked cakes are more time-consuming to make, and, to allow adequate presentation, they require skills and level of experience beyond those required for making cupcakes. (For this reason, It ’s probably marginally safer to order wedding cupcakes from a website that also offers wedding cakes, if choosing an online supplier - this eliminates the chance of an overoptimistic new ’cupcakeess ’ trying her hand out on your wedding day.) Thinking of uniqueness of your wedding day, though, it ’s not the price difference between the two that should be the deciding factor, but rather what you ’d like to remember when the wedding expenses are long forgotten: your wedding memories are there to stay.
’A cake is a piece of art which a cupcake could never be ’, this comment challengingly cropped up in a blog the other day. Is that really so? Art ’s boundaries are nicely democratic and so, are subject to individual definition. It can be argued that a cupcake can easily be as much of an art as any cake. True enough. If you are a decorator worth your salt, the chances are, you might one day create a cupcake, that is 10 times ’artier ’ than the guy next door ’s cake. In practice, though, I surprise myself in agreeing with the above sweeping generalisation after all. Cake is bigger, so one can get more detailed with it, make more of a story out of it. Besides, there ’s only one cake as opposed to 100 + cupcakes. In theory, it is possible to make them into hundreds of mini wedding cakes. But in practice they ’ll be less ’edible ’ and quite unaffordable. That said, if you do want to take your cupcake order beyond the commercial level, and are prepared to pay extra, it ’s worth mentioning it to a stylish cupcake maker and they might just surprise you!
On some days, the perfect cupcake is described above. On other days, when one is starving and wants a quick treat to devour, the two day old cupcake, for some unusual reason hits the spot. It has sat on the counter top just long enough to hard a bit more giving it a more substantial feeling. Biting into it feels more like biting into a hearty piece of bread. The frosting gives you the feeling that you are biting into something similar to a chocolate bar because it has had time to harden a bit giving the cupcake still another additional dessert treat quality. It becomes more of a candy rather than a baked good giving rise to the nice flexibility its changing texture can take on, becoming just another variation of the perfect cupcake.
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