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Le Cordon Bleu News, 04/26/2012
A Delicious Treat for Ella Danilova
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Delicious Treats

Since graduating from Superior Pâtisserie in 2008, Le Cordon Bleu Alumni Ella Danilova has been running Delicious Treats, a family business specialising in decorated kosher cakes. Starting out as small home business making cakes and cupcakes for weddings and engagements, bar and bat mitzvahs, brit milot, baby naming ceremonies and birthdays, and has expanded to include a wide range of dessert cakes, tortes, flans, babkes and bulkas, all freshly made to order. Delicious Treats has since been featured in various magazines including Cosmopolitan Bride, Bride to be, Modern Wedding Cakes and other industry publications for their beautiful designs and high quality products. Most recently Delicious Treats was approached to create a cake for the Premier of New South Wales (NSW). The cake was commissioned to be in the shape of the state of NSW, a challenge that was masterfully met.

Le Cordon Bleu commends Ella on her dedication to the art of food and wishes her well as she enjoys her self-made sweet success.


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