Saturday, November 19, 2011

The Baker's Tale Christmas Charity Sales!

Festivities teaches us to be humble and to remember those less fortunate than us. Festivities always draws the softer side in us to give back something to the society. With that spirit in mind, my friend's wife is continuing her tradition of baking awesome cakes to be sold and all proceed will go to an orphanage.
For this Christmas, Baker's Tale is proud to offer two variant of cakes, both home bake without preservatives, to choose from. Unfortunately, the cakes are non-halal as they contain alcohol.
Fruity Christmas Cake
“Rich in its fruity juiciness, each bite is intoxicatingly complex and gratifying.”
The tagline above suits the fruit cake to the T.
Comes in block of 3 inches by 5.5 inches, these cake are sold at RM48 per block. Fruit cakes are not cheap, ingredient wise, and i can totally understand the size and the price. This is a winner in my book. Surely got me salivating there looking at the photo! By the way, an alcohol infused fruit cake gets better as it "age", of course, keep in the fridge!
3inches by 5.5inches. RM48.
Black Stout Cake
“Majestic in its damp blackness, the dark stout lends an intense, not-too-sweet flavour.”
Fan of Guinness Stout, rejoice. Never had a cake made to match the Spirit of Arthur. This cake is "Dark and Damp" as per how the baker described it. No doubt about it, this could just turn Father Christmas into a Stout (instead of wine) lover!
Sold in a 6 inches by 6 inches block. The price of RM38 is hard to resist! So is the photo!
6inches by 6inches. RM38.
Both the cakes above are baked without preservatives and best consumed within two days upon delivery. You can keep it in an airtight container in a fridge to last up to a week. With cake as good looking as above, and assuming it taste better, i do not think it will last more than 30minutes on the table after being served!
Cake is ready within 2-3 days of ordering and delivery within Klang Valley (Klang, Shah Alam, Subang, Damansara, PJ area) can be arranged with additional charge of RM7.
As the quantity is limited, please book in advance to avoid any dissapointment. The baker of these cakes has a day job and she does this in the evening/at night like those elves that helped sew those shoes for the old couple!
To order (and to find out payment and delivery method), email the.bakers.tale at gmail dot com.
All sales proceed will be contributed to Good Samaritan Home (GSH), located in Klang cares for children who have been abandoned and children who have lost either one or both parents. Founded in January 1999 by Albert Ong and YM, a former pastor and his wife, it houses a total of 23 children today, aged 13-17 years.

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