Monday, 5 December 2016

[EVENT] Christmas Cupcake Workshop with Nineteen Culinary Studio

Last week, The Butterfly Project had a bonding time the muffin way At 19 Culinary Studio. This activity is one way to know each other better through a common passion besides blogging; Baking!
I must express gratitude to the beautiful people behind the scene (Anis, Sydney and Leonard) in connecting us together <3
At 19 Culinary Studio has a real cozy atmosphere to it. You will feel like a professional baker just by stepping into this place (although you may be not one :D)

Shiny baking utensils all in a row, heavy duty electric mixers and ovens, stood before our sight.
How very exciting!

Before the fun lesson start, 20 butterflies (and moths) was divided into a group on 6. Those who love velvet cakes were extremely lucky because that was exactly on the baking syllabus.
Hands up, all Bakers in the house!
Learning were made easy with the ingredients prepared in advance and a handy recipe printout.


A short briefing was given by our baking instructor Ms Suraiya on what to do before allowing us to hands on. The instructions were clear and it is obvious that we were in safe hands as At 19 Culinary Studio's staffs were aways within reach to assist whenever required.
Psst.. they give helpful baking tips too.
Students paying attention to cikgu on How to Bake a Velvet Muffin
Butterflies and moths getting involved in making something delicious
One lesson that I've learnt during the mixing of ingredients was to separate the flour into 3 portions and scatter them each time, rather than pouring the whole bunch of flour onto the butter mixture (which what I've always did in the past). During mixing, it is always advisable not to mix the ingredients for too long as it will work out the dough, making it dense.
 
Another helpful tip is to refrain dripping the mixture at the sides when filling the papercup as it is burnt easily and is bitter to taste.
Our  group picture together as 'warga emas'
The satisfaction as you watch your muffins rise beautifully can't be describe in words <3

While the muffins are left on the colling rack, we engaged in the next activity which is the decorating part. I have always looked forward to decorating the cupcakes as it involved fine skills and I LOVE doing anything related to arts.

Demonstration on how to make 2D and 3D designs were first shown to help us started.


It is really fun to see everyone showing their creative side in creating the decoration. You should see those cupcakes as some are real inspiration! And lots of thank to Leonard for the awesome cupcake piping. Doesn't lemon cheese cream sounds yummy to you?
All the cupcakes made during the cupcake workshop
Mistletoe, winter scarf and Christmas bell
 To be honest, I am pretty proud with my achievement *ish smacked*
GROs of the workshop activity <3
Someone is enjoying his cupcake :P
At the end of the day, we get to bring home the lovely cupcakes we've made. Yeay!

Although it was raining cats and dogs outside, everyone was beaming when it's time for group picture. It was really a fun time for all of us.

Here are some random selfies spamming :D
With Tammy-san, founder of The Butterfly Project
Sharon Lee and I
Happy moments with Maple
Last but not least, thank you to my awesome chaperon and personal photographer for the awesome company and shoots.
My Bae

I find this place is really enjoyable.
Now the school holidays are here, you can bring your kids, friends and family to have some fun baking activities to keep them occupied. What a memorable way for family-bonding.
For more information, please visit their facebook page.

At Nineteen Culinary Studio
No.19 Jalan Dungun,
Damansara Heights,
50490 Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
Telephone : 6016-3778 236
Fax number : 603-2094 6081
Email : contact@at19culinary.com


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