Thursday, October 11, 2012

Baker's the last name and my chosen profession.

Before I get on with my blog post for the day I have devastating news...
I had my hands full and dropped my ipod touch. The screen shattered and a piece broke off the side. My poor baby:
You can't really see all the damage in the picture but its cracked all over. Sad day.
Now back to my post for the day. I know in my last post I talked about how I'm so indecisive. Its completely true! I'm 19 so its completely okay for me to be! But baking has always been the one thing I loved since as far back as I can remember. For Christmas one year I clearly remember getting cookbooks and baking supplies. That's why I have decided to go to culinary school to get my bachelor's in Baking and Pastry and food management.  This college is located in another state than my own although its not too far. Eventually I want to open up my own bakery or even like a bakery truck. How awesome would that be?! I have a crazy cupcake book called Hello Cupcake! and just checked out What's New Cupcake? from the library sooo here are some of my cupcakes I've made:

Okay so the apple ones (bottom picture) were kind of a fail but cute nonetheless. At least I figured out my mistake. Note to anyone who wants to attempt the apples: make sure you use doughnuts that are big enough to cover the whole cupcake top. It calls for mini but obviously you can tell that did not cut it.
As much as I would love to be a baker I feel that people wouldn't exactly like to hear someone constantly hacking who is making their yummy baked goods. Some might get paranoid about it. Mucus frosting anyone? So I figured I could wear a face mask but I'd want a super cool mask. All Cfers know what I'm talking about. Those hot annoying face masks we have to wear around the hospital or at CF functions. Maybe I can design my own! I'm not going to let CF stop me from being a baker. My cough would make people cringe in any career I'm in so why not? To those who do not know why CF, or Cystic Fibrosis is: A disease tat affects both the lungs and digestive system of a person's body. Abnormally thick mucus is created clogging up airways and the digestive track. This mucus that clogs the lungs can allow life threatening infections grow in the lungs. The mucus clogging up the digestive system stops food from being properly digestive and prevents the nutrients from being absorbed. For more info go to:
One more thing: Hopefully soon I will be posting a post about a project I'm doing that I found on Pinterest!

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