Phew! Our second night at Grand Hyatt in Denver. Shiuan got interviewed by a representative of Taiwan's media regarding Wyoming's economy, tourism, and her perspective on Wyoming's entrepreneurial environment, etc. Hopefully the interview will be posted on the official website of Wyoming Business Council.
We didn’t take it too serious when Fanny told us she had flown internationally to take baking school classes, until two days ago we received her holiday gift, a handmade cute and beautiful custom cake.
To be very honest with you guys, I do like cakes, but I’ve quit eating them since I moved to America. The store bought cakes are way-too-sweet for me and taste somewhat artificial. If I have to eat some, I try not to eat the frosting or icing and just eat a bit of the actual cake.
Fanny’s cake reminds me of the cakes I’ve ever ordered from Crowne Plaza Beijing. It’s not overly sweet but very moist. The design also combines classic technique and modern trends.
There may not be other plant is as strongly associated with the festive season as the beautiful poinsettia. Many thanks to Kim, one of our loyal customers, for bringing Christmas poinsettia to our shop. It draws everyone's attention and makes for a wonderful feast of color.