|Chef Deguinet making a yellow and green pulled sugar ribbon.|
|Continuing the ribbon...|
Here are several different views of Chef Deguinet's two sugar sculptures. It took him 5 hours to assemble both sculptures from beginning to end.
|The is me on the first day of Poured Sugar work.|
|Here is my first Poured Sugar sculpture.|
|Another view of my Poured Sugar sculpture.|
|My first Pulled and Poured Sugar Sculpture|
|Closeup view of my first flowers and ribbons|
|My first ribbon was not very good, but at least it was a starting point!|
|My roses were not good, but here's the first one.|
|My first day of Pulled Sugar|
|My odd attempt at an exotic flower.|
|More practice with flowers|
|This was our one and only day working with Blown Sugar.|
We attached sugar to small tubes and blew into them to make balloons.
|Pulled Sugar blob before I made it into a ribbon...|
|My ribbons are getting better!|
|Can you believe it's fragile? Doesn't it look like I made it out of cloth?|
|Another of my attempts at a flower.|
|A different approach to roses. Not too bad if I do say so myself.|
|Here is my sugar workshop complete with ribbons,|
gloves, a silpat mat, a leaf mold, and a blow torch.
|One of my sculptures and definitely my best ribbon ever.|
|A closeup of my ribbon and rose.|
|My sculpture the next day.|
|The side view of my sculpture.|
And here is my final exam project. I have included closeups of my roses.
|My final exam project. I had to have either 1 or 3 roses and some leaves.|
I think all in all I made about 6 sculptures. I hope you enjoyed the glimpse into my artistic side, or lack thereof...
Until next time Au Revoir and Bon Appetit!