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Reader’s Question: I came across your recipe (for Trinidad Black Cake) just last month. I baked the cake and by a turn of events I gave one to a colleague who is getting married in June. Her fiance tasted it and is now hinting that he wants me to make his groom’s cake and a sheet cake to feed 250 guests. I have no problem baking the cakes, it’s the frosting and decorating. I don’t do that. I live in New York City. Do you know of anyone in Brooklyn or the Bronx who frosts black cakes?
TriniGourmet’s Answer: First of all congrats on preparing a successful Trinidad Black Cake! I am so happy to hear that the recipients enjoyed it so much that they want it at their wedding 🙂 I asked my readers your question via Twitter and Facebook and one reply in particular stood out.
“Hey! I do baked goods, including black cake, wedding cakes, etc. My website for inquiries is www.kimberlyparris.com.”
After checking out her site (and talking to her on Twitter), I definitely have to say it looks like this lady knows what she’s about. Why not visit her site to learn more about her, and how she can help to cater your next NYC event!