Saturday, March 2, 2024

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THE HAPPY FACES of these little ones told the story of their experience at the Barbados Manufacturers Exhibition (BMEX) yesterday at the Lloyd Erskine Sandiford Centre.

The mouth-watering treats, including this chattel house, made by Alicia Tull of The Lady Caker, captured the imagination of this group of students.

In celebration of Barbados’ 50th anniversary, Tull said she wanted to create something different. She came up with the idea of an edible chattel house made from icing, which took her a week to make. The house was complete with an edible pit toilet and backyard of galvanised sheets. Tull said she was pleased with the attention it received.

The trade show continues until Monday. (MR)


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