Ayres Hotel and Sweet Art be inspired present:
Chocolate Ornament Workshop with Susanne Michel, Sweet Art be inspired at the Ayres Hotel Costa Mesa Tuesday December 15th
Come to a fun and inspiring Chocolate Ornament Workshop
at the festive decorated Ayres Hotel in Costa Mesa. Enjoy a glass of Mulled Wine or Hot Cider and Appetizers as you learn how to work with and "temper" the best chocolate "Couverture". So you you can craft beautiful and festive, personalized Christmas Ornaments yourself. You can use them as table favors or gifts, matching your decor to "WOW" your guests and family. I will also teach you how to create a Chocolate box, you can use to fill with truffles or other sweets.
As introductory offer with one ticket purchased, you can bring one friend free of charge.
DATE: Tuesday December 15th at 6:30pm
Place: Ayres Hotel, Costa Mesa
Room: Sweet Art living room
Cost: 99.00 includes, Beverage, Appetizers, teaching and 2 Favors to take home.As introductory offer with one ticket purchased, you can bring one friend free of charge.
Make your reservation by December 12th 2015 spaces are limited
Please call Susanne at Sweet art to reserve your spot. Or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Looking forward to spend a fun evening with you!
Coming up soon….. Kids and Adult Workshop for the Holiday Season. SWEET ART Be inspired will be at Ayres Hotel
So excited to announce Sweet Art be inspired and Ayres Hotel will be collaborating.
We will be putting on a “Chocolate Workshop” for Adults and “Santa’s Bake shop” for kids in December. We will announce the dates and details and how to reserve and purchase your tickets here. Or please call 949.677.7994
Also starting in the NEW YEAR. We will put on beautiful High Teas at the Ayres Hotel in Costa Mesa. Come with your Girlfriends, Mom, Sister or Grandma and let yourself be pampered with tasty tea sandwiches, delectable sweets, scrumptious scones. and special take home favors. All accompanied by beautiful music at the warm and elegant Sweet Art LIVING ROOM at the Ayres Hotel. It makes a great Christmas gift celebrating your friendships and family.
Please call to purchase a Tickets, which you will be able to use for any date next year. Look for the dates being announced on this site. Or call for details 949.677.7994
Celebrating a very SPECIAL BIRTHDAY
I had the honor to create a special cake for my Pastor Mike’s Birthday. He and his wife Janiece have been a big part of my connection to come to America to learn English as second language. They knew and were friends with my pastor Martin and Georgia Buehlmann from Switzerland. I came back later through a professional exchange program, then got my green card and in the meanwhile, I am a proud American Citizen. MIke and Janiece have been so supportive in my journey and I felt honored and it was so special I got to create something amazing for his BIG DAY and celebrate with friends and family.
Mike’s Wife Janiece
Michelle and me
CAKE IN TEAL, Elegant SIMPLICITY
Love this cake…. in its elegant SIMPLICITY; it’s the modern way to go. Clean lines, the modern touch in teal blue fondant, with a few streaks of gold, which makes it artsy. The antique gold leaves around the bottom- hand made, gold brushed, brings the elegance to the cake. It just makes a Statement in its Simplicity.
…you can create it for Christmas or someone’s Birthday, as i created this for my friend Bianca’s Birthday.
You can to do it yourself ….! Come out and learn something NEW, have fun being creative….check out the new creative Workshops which are starting soon…
You will find the schedule on the “Sweet Art Entertaining” link on this website.
Looking forward to meeting you soon
Looking for something really special? Try a Croque-En-Bouche. It’s a traditional French dessert. The name comes from the French words croque en bouche, meaning ‘crunch in the mouth’.
Croque-En-Bouche is a form of choux pastry that is generally served as a high-piled cone of chocolate, cream-filled profiteroles all bound together with threads of caramel. It is also decorated with sugared almonds, chocolate, flowers, or ribbons.
Long ago in France, it was custom for villagers to throw buns into a pile of preparation for the wedding feast. A clever baker decided to take some bun-like pastries stuffed with cream and fastened them as a pyramid, like the mount of buns, creating a tall cone of caramel-coated cream puffs called croque en bouche – “crisp in the mouth”.
A Croque-En-Bouche of Sweet-Art is featured in the Blog of In The Now: “The Croquembouche was made by Susanne Michel of Sweet Art who came through for us during the final week before the wedding, when the original baker was no longer available. I didn’t get to taste a piece myself, but I heard everyone around me oohing and ahhing at how delicious the chocolate mousse inside it was. Maybe one of my other brides will order one of these again and save me a piece? ;) Any French brides out there??”
See also In The Now: Grace & Brian