Say What??

Decorating By Annabakescakes Updated 6 Jan 2011 , 2:29am by sweetooth0510

Annabakescakes Posted 6 Jan 2011 , 1:56am
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Okay, I have Googled it, and searched on here, but I can never get this search engine to play nice, and I got nothing from Google, either. What in tarnation is a "bespoke cake"? It sounds like something out of a 17th century romance novel, but other than that, I'm clueless. I see it all the time, though!

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bobwonderbuns Posted 6 Jan 2011 , 2:08am
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I don't know if I'm reading this right or not, but it seems to be some sort of English Wedding cake. Check this out: http://www.thecakestore.co.uk/acatalog/Bespoke.html

crp7 Posted 6 Jan 2011 , 2:09am
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Based on a Google search, it sounds like a custom wedding cake. Here are a couple of places I found:

http://www.thebespokecakecompany.com/

This one has a definition

http://www.dandelioncakes.com/bespoke.html

Hope that helps. I had never heard that term before either.

Cindy

artscallion Posted 6 Jan 2011 , 2:13am
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It's a British term meaning custom made. It can apply to cakes, suits, anything really.

sweetooth0510 Posted 6 Jan 2011 , 2:29am
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It basically means 'made to order' i.e. a unique cake crafted to the brides requirements and not just picked out of a catelog. Makes you sound a bit more 'fancy pants' if you use the term.

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