Tuesday, September 25, 2007

Amazing Birthday Cakes - Wordless Wednesday

Sushi Cake (1 kg) S$58







Yiling Confectionery
Block 681 Hougang Avenue 8 #01-817 Singapore 530681
Tel : 6386 6666
Open daily : 7.30 am - 9.30 pm

59 comments:

  1. fooooiiihhhh... I lup the steamboat one!!

    errr... but how come your Wordless Wednesday became Tuesday wan? kekeke!

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  2. I have to put up my Wednesday post early as I would be busy these 2 days. Because today is Mid-Autumn Festival also known as Lantern Festival and Mooncake Festival. It's also the 18th birthday of a niece. So I have dinners and functions to attend.

    The photos show the various birthday cake designs that a local Singaporean baker created.

    I ordered the Sushi Cake for my niece Jing Jing. She was very delighted with it and we had fun posing for pictures with it.

    It has a Chocolate Blueberry cake base. The 'sashimi' was gelatine. The pair of chopsticks were biscuits.

    I didn't know cakes go well with seaweed. Try it yourself, it's yummy!

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  3. fuh! and i thought why so fast wednesday liao..

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  4. Wah, very creative wor. Nowadays, everything has to be a little more fancy to attract buyers. Got mah jong somemore!

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  5. Wow, I honestly thought it was cake and not sushi. You think I would like it, since I love Japanese food? hehehe...
    Happy Mooncake Festival to you!

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  6. So pretty to eat ! How much is that sushi cake that you bought ? Just curios !

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  7. Wah... luckily... I thought I sudah blur-blur in FB until dunno what day is today! Kakaka...

    Happy Starcake Festival! ;)

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  8. Wah lau...the mahjong one must be yours right? :D

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  9. Looks so yummy... making me drool.

    Happy Mid-Autumn to you and your family!

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  10. Oh wow, what a nice little collection? I still can't tell if the one with the instant noodle and sunny side up egg is a cake.

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  11. waaaaaaaaaa.......
    waaaaaaaaaaaaaaa.......
    waaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaa........
    *lost for words*

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  12. Yummy yummy... they sure know how to design the cakes to attract customers nowadays. I hope the taste is just as good :)

    P/s: Did you check your hotmail? I did send you something few days back :P

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  13. I didn't know that there is such a thing as a sushi cake. Thanks for keeping me informed of such interesting stuff. How much will one such sushi cake cost per kg?

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  14. The Sushi Cake (1 kg) costs S$58, less than US$40. It tasted yummy.

    Happy Mid-Autumn to everyone!!!

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  15. Those are some awesome-looking cakes! Happy (early) WW! :)

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  16. another mouth watering entry!

    where can I order those one very unique!

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  17. Wow. Absolutely fantastic.
    Sushi cake.....

    Here in the UK, anyone caught associating 'fish' with 'cake' would be avoided in public. :) We're too sweet-toothed. (As all our dentists tell us). Too Americanised.

    Last year I had some Mooncakes from Singapore - they were great. :)

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  18. Are some of those real or fakes ? I see the suunyside ups quite artificial in some of them leh! But they are really creative cakes leh...got mahjong cake somemore. Can start selling mahjong cakes in IR liow! :P

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  19. they are really amazing!!
    never seen such suchi cake lol
    happy birthday niece-chan 18 y.o. sweet girl!!

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  20. Everything looks so yummy. Enjoy your celebration. Now I am so hungry!

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  21. They ARE amazing! I can't even begin to imagine the amount of work they require to create. Great photos.

    (Thank you for your comment! People say that both daughters look just like me; they know us even when apart. Yet I am in NO way as gorgeous as them!)

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  22. whooaaa ..that makes me hungry here! i like the mahjong lolz!happy WW!
    thanks for visiting..

    yah, i did practiced my censoring..lolz

    http://jhoaniquing.lifesnippets.net/?p=120

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  23. My son would be in heaven with all those treats. He loves that kind of food:) It actually looks quite pretty!! Happy WW.

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  24. Beautiful! I just ate a plastic-wrapped cheese stick. Now I hate myself as I contemplate what was possible!

    Great shots!

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  25. My theme today is the OzAsia Festival in Adelaide for a fortnight. Last night they had a fantastic lantern parade under a full moon with kids and their creations.

    I can remember seeing similar cakes when I lived in Singapore. I think I would prefer the Sushi itself however.

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  26. That shushi very nice ler...Lup Lup~

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  27. i'm no fan of cakes, i hate the creamy cakes!! it made my hair stands!

    but i have to admit these cakes are impressive... can't be singaporean, but the "happy birthday" looked like singaporean lei!

    time is running out...no time to do wordless wednesday..its about birthday too! had to do when got time at home!

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  28. I love the idea of a "savory" as opposed to a sweet birthday cake!
    Very creative compositions.
    Have fun celebrating :)
    and happy WW!

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  29. i personally like the steamboat one and the mahjong cake :P so creative ler ppl nowadays

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  30. cake with seaweed? that's a first! must be a Japanese thing. don't think they'll have it here ler, too weird. seaweed stays on sushi, ya... ;-)

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  31. I'm not sure that I really would call this birthday cakes....

    They're art work!!!!! Fantastic art!!

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  32. With these colorful preparations I could only eat with my eyes ! It's real artwork !

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  33. Yum, yum, yummy! BTW are those mahjong tiles edible?

    Happy WW.

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  34. I like the sushi cake , mahjong cake and steamboat cake... Wahhhh nice cakes wor...

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  35. Those are cool! My birthday is on Saturday and I want the burger cake! hee..

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  36. Those are cool cakes! I love the sushi ones! Happy WW!

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  37. I will settle for Hagen Daz Ice cream cake ....

    Ice cream cake will sure make me fatter..and kena RT-IPPT etc..whatever the Army can think of any more T...but well worth it.

    It's just that normal cakes are too much of a full fat, that I don't wanna die of Cholesterol Buildup, rather die of having too much sugar.

    Come to think of it..must be yr birthday huh???

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  38. Great WW photos! These are some very tasty looking cakes...

    My WW posting today was inspired by President Bush and his United Nations message yesterday.

    peace, Villager

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  39. Wah....really wordless. Gobsmacked!

    My mum would like the mahjong one. She will probably keep staring at it and would not want to eat it cos it looks so real. :)

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  40. How about coming over and have some Rocket Fuel Soup? *giggles*

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  41. These cakes are truly amazing :P
    The baker is truly talented.

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  42. That day we saw someone who had shou mian in the old style big bowl cake.

    Now, know where to get it :-)

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  43. i love sushi but his sushi cake i just more then cool. very nice photos

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  44. i've tried their cakes before at a friend's birthday. I had the 'pyramid' and 'dim sum'. it's really lifelike (esp the dim sum steamers) and the cake taste pretty nice too!

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  45. no need word .....its enough!


    Enought to make me droollllzzz

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  46. The photos made me hungry..

    Sorry for not visiting your blog sooner, I was just caught up with a lot of things. Thank you for your visit & comment in my WW entry.

    God bless! :)

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  47. It's my first time to see such cakes! Wow! They look so lovely and delicious too! :)

    It has been a while since I posted my views. Just got back from my vacation, my friend! Regards to everyone!

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