Distinguished and award-winning pastry chef from Pune
Prachi specializes in the elaborately intricate art of royal icing and is best known for his eggless royal icing structures inspired by European architecture. She reportedly learned it in the UK under the mentorship of veteran royal cake icon Sir Eddie Spence MBE.
It is a popular art form mainly used to design cakes for the British Royal Family. A niche in itself, Royal Icing represents exquisite taste. It is traditionally egg-based, which prompted Deb to innovate to sell in the Indian market. This is how his own range of Vegan Royal Icing products was born in partnership with Sugarin.
In her most recent feat that earned her recognition from the World Book of Records, the Pune-based artist has created a towering 4ft 6in tall edible replica of the spectacular Milan Cathedral.
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“There has been a lot of effort over the years that I have put into my job,” she told India Today.
“I am so grateful that the result was received by the industry with such warmth and appreciation throughout.
The World Book Of Records, London, to have the same certified in such a dignified manner was an accomplishment that exceeded my dreams and goals. I am so grateful for this unique and coveted honor and am thrilled to have received it.
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Prachi’s fascination with Victorian and European architecture is embodied in his work. It recreates the emblematic monuments with extreme precision because there are no two pillars which differ in their dimensions. Royal icing is definitely no walk in the park.