Is it a cake – or cut meat? Can you tell the difference? Bedford News

One of these “roasts” was inspired by the recent Netflix series “Is it Cake?”

With thick slices of meat and Yorkshire puds drizzled with gravy, this feast looks just like the classic roast.

But fans of the family favorite would be forgiven for feeling sidetracked as they slipped into the dish.

Because this great British staple with a twist, which is guaranteed to hit the sweet spot, is actually cake.

Is it a cake or cut meat? Scroll down to find out…..

Jan Foster, who works as a ‘tier cake’ at Farmhouse Inns cutters and bakers, left guests stunned as she cut into the creation designed to look like a traditional cutout.

Shown alongside a real cut-out at Jan’s workplace, the stunning masterpiece took center stage as viewers struggled to tell the difference between the two.

The Chocolate Sponge Filled Cake was inspired by the popular Netflix series “Is it Cake?”, which sees highly skilled bakers compete to create the most realistic illusion cakes.

“My love of baking and my attention to detail have been passed down from generation to generation,” Jan said. “My mother loved to cook, so from a young age it always came naturally to me. Even now that she passed away, baking brings me closer to her.

The “carvery” to the left of the previous images is actually a cake

“As I got older I became more creative and found my passion in creating illusion cakes – cakes that look like something you see in everyday life.

“Since we’re also known for our best grilling at Farmhouse Inns, it only seemed natural to combine the two together and create a cake that looked exactly like grilling.”

Jan’s impressive repertoire includes cakes replicating a full English breakfast, stacks of pancakes and even popular fast food dishes.

“Without a doubt, the most rewarding part of my job is being on people’s special occasions,” Jan said. “I’ve lost count of how many cakes I’ve baked now, but I never get tired of the feeling of seeing someone smile when I show them their creation.”

Jan, who has worked at Farmhouse Inns’ Holly Tree Farm in Nottingham since 2017, also runs baking classes for children and adults in her spare time.

Emma Smith, Senior Marketing Manager at Farmhouse Inns, said: “Our talented cake-a-tiers always go the extra mile to delight our guests. From the initial baking to the final touches, all of our gourmet cakes are handcrafted on site by skilled and passionate bakers like Jan.”

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This notice was published: 2022-05-04 18:55:57

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