How did this baker brighten our summer?
Every week Sarah took the Wisconsin Twist to new, glorious heights and her bakes were some of the most clever of the summer. She gave her submissions names that made us smile and laugh: “Next Stop the Compost Pile Bagels” for Bread Week, “Overly Fiddly Teacakes with Black Currant Filling” for Biscuits Week and “Cream Puff-Chuffing Along On Lake Windermere Choux Pastry” for Patisserie Week (this included mute swans by the way. . . check it out.)
Our favorite Wisconsin Twist (pictured)!
One of our oversights during Puddings week was unintentionally giving short shrift to Sarah’s singular and spectacular “Steamboat Steamed Pudding!” Her mini-sponge puddings with chocolate cherry and tarragon honey were steamed on. . . wait for it. . . an actual steamboat built by her father! He also built Sarah a “Windermere Kettle Coil” on which she made the puds! We’re speechless.
A choice quote or piece of Star Baker wisdom:
We highly encourage you to check out Sarah’s demonstration video accompanying her steamboat mini-puds for Puddings Week. We have stars in our eyes for this Star Baker!
How did you do?
I participated in all 10 Great Wisconsin Baking challenges this summer — I’m a Star Baker!