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Old 09-04-2009, 09:58 AM   #91
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aaarrrgghhh........I want to order a cake for my children (dd4 and ds10) for the 18th Sept for our dinner at 1900 park fayre....we are not realy celebrating anything, just my daughters first trip to the world.

Anyway after looking at this thread for months and getting lots of ideas, I have decided I want a pirate and princess theme, to try and please both of them with 'have a magical trip' written on it....

......well, here is my problem..........I can't get hold of Pat, all I get is her answer machine, I have left messages but I'm not sure she will phone me back as I'm in the UK................aaarrgghhh
Pat rang me back and Im in the Uk - It was after 3 phone messages though. She was great when I finally spoke to her.

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Does anyone have a pic of Toy Story theme cake or Buzz Lightyear? We're eating at 1900 Pak Fare one day and I wanted to order one! TIA! April
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Old 09-04-2009, 10:10 AM   #92
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Here's our latest cake

Cake: Chocolate cake/chocolate mousse filling with marbled ganache icing
Location: Captain's Grille, Yacht Club
Cost: $45 + tax

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Old 09-06-2009, 01:01 AM   #93
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Jack Skellington Cake at GF Cafe

Here are some pics of the 6" Jack Skellington Cake I ordered from Pat at the GF Bakery for our Dinner at the Grand Floridian Cafe for DD's 15th Bday!












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Old 09-10-2009, 11:01 AM   #94
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I forgot to post these here. This is the mad hatter cake my hubby ordered for my birthday. Lilo is my favourite character. It was made by the GF bakery (Pat) to be eaten at Citrico's. I was sooooo blown away by it. The filling was milk chocolate buttercream.





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Old 09-10-2009, 11:05 PM   #95
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Pictures time!!! This is my b-day cake that DBf ordered from SSR from our Labor Day Trip. It is white butter cream with yellow cake and it was super delicious! We ate it for a couple days as our breakfast He asked for a cake that taste and look similar to the mini wedding cake that we had a few years back at GF but without the castle and the SSR chef added a few mickey heads on the side which look awesome.





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Nightmare Before Christmas Cake pics

Here are the pictures from our Nightmare Before Christmas Cake:















We had it at the Grand Floridian Cafe on September 4/09. It was a chocolate cake with chocolate icing. The cost was $100 (before tax -- about $106 with tax).

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Old 09-12-2009, 11:55 AM   #97
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Okay I'm trying again.



This was from 1900 Park Fare on August 27.
Ordered from Pat, $115, chocolate cake with strawberry and custard filling.
It was REALLY good!
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Old 09-13-2009, 10:33 PM   #98
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Sounds like something my dd would say. I did ask if it would be painted as I didn't want plain and was told they have a lady that hand paints them. Maybe they forgot to quote me for that and explains the price difference. Oh well, I am sure it will be gorgeous either way. DD will be happy.


We had ordered a cake for our anniversary and had a Tink cake topper.
I didn't ask for her to painted or unpainted, I just never thought about it.
She automatically came painted and she looked pretty good.

The pic that I have isn't really that great. It's a little small and she looks better in person...I still have her ...lol



I'm glad that they painted her. She really stood out and looked great on top of the cake!
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Old 09-14-2009, 12:58 PM   #99
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Minnie Head Cake

We got this cake for my youngest daughter's birthday last October. It was delivered at 'Ohana and we ordered it through Poly Private Dining. You would probably order it through the Cake Hotline now, though. My daughter LOVED it and so did everyone around us. It was really good. It was yellow cake with a buttercream filling. The icing was a chocolate ganache and it had some sort of brittle/toffee type nuts pressed into the sides all around the outside of the cake (we didn't ask for that, but it was a nice touch). If I remember correctly, the cake was around $40. Note, she was turning 3. I brought a pack of candles with us and gave them to our server. He put 4 candles on the cake before bringing it to the table. LOL!



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Oct '08 - this is the Tink we paid extra for! note the flowers on the side - were NOT edible! And that one teeny tiny candle? It was at 1900 Park Fare - and I swear the server waited till DH left the table then brought it out!




This was when I decided NEVER again would I order a custom cake - it was NOT worth the $$!

I'm glad to see cakes coming out that are worth it - excited to see chefs enthusiastic about making cakes! well maybe not - because now I"M TEMPTED to order again! (esp since we are going for our 29th Anniversary at the Calif. Grill!!)
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Old 09-15-2009, 02:59 PM   #101
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This is a cake that we ordered at the podium at Tutto Italia. The frosting is a little messed up on it. We thought it tasted really good. They added the chocolate wafers to decorate it a little more.

Cost $21.00 plus tax

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Old 09-15-2009, 06:56 PM   #102
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My Daughter's Ariel Cake at CRT

Here are the pictures of my Ariel Cake with purple icing and sprinkles...the CR Bakery did an absolutely FABULOUS job There was soooooo much detail and it tasted great. My daughter was absolutely thrilled to show off her cake to Ariel. MANY MANY MANY THANKS to Brian and his team for making my daughter's Birthday so magical


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The topper - white chocolate Ariel - edible icing image

Starfish Details

Seahorse Details

Ariel Details

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Closer Starfish Details

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Old 09-20-2009, 07:06 PM   #103
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Bon Voyage Cake

Here's the cake we ordered from the GF bakery for delivery at Citrico's. We had it presented at the begining of the meal to use as a centerpiece. Some of those chocolate shavings disappeared before dessert time!

8 Inch chocolate cake with dark chocolate mousse filling
chocolate ganache frosting
custom decoration
$64 (plus tip...we had the TIW card and got 20% discount on this)

We had 8 people in our party (two had to cancel, but we took them their pieces). Since Citrico's desserts all cost $8, this cake was the same as everyone ordering dessert!

I thiink my friends photos turned out better, so I'll post her's when she returns.

In the first photo, the gold you see in the background is the champagne glasses.







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We couldn't have been more pleased with the cake we received, it was awesome!

We did use TIW, and I think the discount and gratuity was applied to the cake also.

Sept 14th 2009
1900 Park Fare
6in white cake butter cream frosting
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Cost $50 added to food bill



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cake we ordered for our first dating anniversary aboard the grand one yacht







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