A blog about food, sweet and savory, as I am determined to try new recipes. Also, I am sure, I’ll tell a little about what my family is up to. And last but not least, what goes on in the making of our beautiful wedding cakes.
Back in June of 2009, I had the pleasure to make a cake for Erin and Vincent. Erin couldn't actually come for the tasting, but her sister Jessica and her mom came. They loved the flour-less chocolate cake and that’s what Erin ordered. Two years later, Jessica and her mom were back to see me. Jessica was getting married. Once again, they ordered the flour-less chocolate. But with a very different look. It was all based on the colors and designs from the invitations.
I feel very good about my work when the good word is passed on from one daughter to the next.
This wedding is featured currently featured on Vt Vows’ web site http://bit.ly/IpAfRP
Has it been a month already?
I’ll take advantage of this extra day in our calendar to write a few words.
This picture was taken on August 13th, 2011 at the Quechee Inn at Marshland Farm. It was one of the busiest weekend for me and I had to redo the flowers a few times, as the technique I used was not working. Finally, it all came together and this cake is now one of my favorites.
It is featured today on the VT Vows’ web site http://bit.ly/AlRUTm
and it remind us of the spring to come. Well, maybe not today as I am looking out my window and I see heavy snow falling down. Would this be our first snow storm this winter?
As I am working today on adding wedding cake pictures to my website, I thought I should give this a try. I have wanted to start a blog for a while, but never found the time or the energy.
This will be mostly about food, sweet and savory, as I enjoy cooking as well as baking. And hopefully I will post here regularly.
Born and raised in Belgium, Marie-France started her business in the beautiful hills of Vermont with her husband and three children. She now lives in North Carolina and has started the Cuisine Lucette business back up. She strives to balance the activities of a busy family, the joys of creating elaborate wedding cakes for countless brides and grooms and the love of homegrown and homemade foods.