I beg to differ!
Creating delicious, quality, gourmet shortbread cookies and cakes is my main priority, but after I, lovingly, prepare each home-made item, the “icing on the cake” for me is how they are presented.
I am no stranger to wanting something because of how it looks, only to find out that it looked so much better than it actually tasted. My goal is to make the best sweet treats and to make them look as good as they taste.
Making home-made shortbread cookies, pound cakes, and baby pound cakes isn’t hard, but it takes patience and time, and I don’t hesitate to go the extra mile when I am putting the finishing touch on them (the packaging).
It’s been said, “Don’t judge a book by it’s cover”, but that doesn’t apply to ShortbreadSwee-T’s. I want people to be amazed when they see my baked goods, and I want them to be awed when they taste them.
This is also a lesson for my son. I want him to, always, put his best foot forward from the beginning to the end, and I’ve learned that this is a quality that can be applied to many aspects in life.
It’s so amazing how important it is for food to be visually appealing. I believe it becomes an art when it appeals to all the senses.
Yes, I too believe it’s an art. Thanks for commenting : )