In this one hour demo, cake artist Miri Nadler will demonstrate the various types of palette knives used in buttercream sculpting, the shapes they make and how they can be manipulated. She will also discuss the kind of cake prep and buttercream necessary to achieve a fresco sculpted look on your cakes made entirely of buttercream.
If you're interested in a more in-depth, hands-on class which focuses on the buttercream sculpting technique, make sure to check out the Buttercream Palette Knife Painting class with Miri Nadler on Sunday, Nov 10.
INSTRUCTOR: Miri Nadler
DATE: SATURDAY, Nov 9, 2019
TIME: 2:30 PM - 3:30 PM
CLASS LENGTH: 1 HOUR
REGULAR PRICE & CONFERENCE PRICE: $25
Miri is originally from Los Angeles where she began her food blog in 2009 called “Miri in the Village.” She set out to teach herself how to bake, and in the process, perfect her recipes, technique and flavor pairings. While in LA, Miri worked in the administration of a luxury bakery, where she received a front row education of how to run a kitchen. Though she explored many culinary avenues on her blog, Miri’s biggest strength and deepest passion has always been pastries.
In 2016, Miri and her family moved to the Triangle region of North Carolina, and is currently settled just south of Raleigh. Having seen women in Asia use palette knives to decorate cakes on Instagram, Miri made her 2019 New Year’s resolution to figure out how to do the same. It wasn’t long until Miri mastered the craft and developed her own unique style. An Instagram account and several requests for orders later, Ten Bloom Cakes was born.