So, I have a few nice fans out there in the interwebz, and a lot of them do really cool stuff themselves! One of them is Chef Stephanie Nass, aka Chefanie. Chefanie reached out to me last year, and we connected about her Victory Club suppers: roving, by-invitation dinner parties that meet all over Manhattan. You can check out the post here.
Now Chefanie is allowing you to bring her chic, understated style to your own kitchen with her newest venture, Chefanie Sheets. Chefanie Sheets allows you to elevate an ordinary grocery-bought or homemade cake to a work of art in just a few minutes. I don’t know about you, I’m a fairly decent cook (mainly because I look at cooking like I do blog design, I just carefully follow directions!) but unlike my blog design skills, I fall down when it comes to aesthetics. Sure I can add a sprig of cilantro here and there, but my desserts in particular never look like they do in the Pinterest pin, if you feel me.
Chefanie to the rescue with her Sheets kit, which allows you to add a sheet to your own cake for a polished, professional look. The thing I love most about the sheets is they are inspired by Stephanie’s travels, you can view all of the patterns here, and they’re reasonably priced, starting at $15. Anything that tastes good and looks good is a winner in my book, and Chefanie covers all the bases, so be sure to stop by and check out her site, or follow her on Instagram, Facebook or Pinterest!