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  • n. someone who makes cakes

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Examples

  • Middleton chose famed British pastry chef Fiona Cairns, cakemaker to the likes of Bono and Paul McCartney, to create the cake, which will have cream-and-white frosting decorated with a British floral theme, using a traditional technique of intricate piping to create 3-D scrollwork, leaves and flowers.

    Piece of cake? Not if it's for the royal wedding

  • I'm guessing the cakemaker is not a transformers fan.

    Wrong Bumblebee

  • I'm guessing that was done by the senior cakemaker...

    The Airbrush: Saving Cake Decorators from Decorating for Over 10 Years

  • It's not that weird, says Sylvia Weinstock, cakemaker to the stars, who works with her husband.

    Movies: Capitalizing On Culinary Chaos

  • I realize that you have mistaken me for cakebaker cakemaker.

    Chocolate and Orange

  • Sometimes she would think I was watching the cakemaker but I was really watching her in the reflection of the window, trying to figure out what was wrong.

    Lost Light

  • What I remember most was watching through the bakery window when the cakemaker would dress the cakes people ordered for birthdays and holidays and weddings.

    Lost Light

  • The wedding supper was in process of preparation, under the superintendence of a noted old cakemaker from Woodville, nine miles off.

    Social life in old New Orleans : being recollections of my girlhood,

  • Palace officials said the royal couple have chosen a multi-tiered traditional fruit cake decorated with cream and white icing that will be created by designer Fiona Cairns, a cakemaker to the stars - such as former Beatle Paul McCartney - who has built a thriving business since starting to bake at her kitchen table 25 years ago.

    Breaking News: CBS News

  • The family made national headlines last year when a cakemaker refused to add the boy's name to a cake.

    Bent Corner

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