Corso Biscotti Decorati with Evelindecora (Hearts and Pigs)

Let’s Cake Milano

Corso biscotti decorati con ghiaccia reale Evelindecora

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Via Porpora 5, Milano, Italia

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Econlady posted:

Don’t understand a word of it

You could throw it into Google Translate if you want the exact translation, but it basically says Evelindecora is teaching a royal icing cookie decorating class on March 9, from 1:30 to 6:30 pm at Let's Cake in Milan, Italy. Students will make the set she's showing in the picture, and will learn several techniques including: the wood effect, painting on royal icing, run-out, and various forms of lace.

Julia M. Usher posted:
Econlady posted:

Don’t understand a word of it

You could throw it into Google Translate if you want the exact translation, but it basically says Evelindecora is teaching a royal icing cookie decorating class on March 9, from 1:30 to 6:30 pm at Let's Cake in Milan, Italy. Students will make the set she's showing in the picture, and will learn several techniques including: the wood effect, painting on royal icing, run-out, and various forms of lace.

Thank you very much @Julia M. Usher for translating it to @Econlady! It is written in Italian because usually only Italian ladies can attend these group classes in Milan. I had sometimes the pleasure to have also Cookie Connection members in my classes, infact these are open to people who speaks English coming from everywhere too, of course. Such a great surprise and pleasure to learn that Google Italy has indexed this event immediately in its search source, so it is very important it is written in my language. For any doubts or informations I am here to give a prompt answer to everyone! 

Evelindecora posted:
Julia M. Usher posted:
Econlady posted:

Don’t understand a word of it

You could throw it into Google Translate if you want the exact translation, but it basically says Evelindecora is teaching a royal icing cookie decorating class on March 9, from 1:30 to 6:30 pm at Let's Cake in Milan, Italy. Students will make the set she's showing in the picture, and will learn several techniques including: the wood effect, painting on royal icing, run-out, and various forms of lace.

Thank you very much @Julia M. Usher for translating it to @Econlady! It is written in Italian because usually only Italian ladies can attend these group classes in Milan. I had sometimes the pleasure to have also Cookie Connection members in my classes, infact these are open to people who speaks English coming from everywhere too, of course. Such a great surprise and pleasure to learn that Google Italy has indexed this event immediately in its search source, so it is very important it is written in my language. For any doubts or informations I am here to give a prompt answer to everyone! 

No worries - there is no requirement that people write comments, forum posts, calendar listings, or anything else (other than blog articles and tutorials) in English. We are a global site, and I understand why you wanted your listing to appear in Italian first and foremost.

One thing for the future though: If the information is written directly in the body of the post, in addition to being shown in the poster/picture, it will be much easier for people to translate it using the Google Translate button at the bottom of the site. That translator can't translate words in pictures, only in the body of the site text.

Julia M. Usher posted:
Evelindecora posted:
Julia M. Usher posted:
Econlady posted:

Don’t understand a word of it

You could throw it into Google Translate if you want the exact translation, but it basically says Evelindecora is teaching a royal icing cookie decorating class on March 9, from 1:30 to 6:30 pm at Let's Cake in Milan, Italy. Students will make the set she's showing in the picture, and will learn several techniques including: the wood effect, painting on royal icing, run-out, and various forms of lace.

Thank you very much @Julia M. Usher for translating it to @Econlady! It is written in Italian because usually only Italian ladies can attend these group classes in Milan. I had sometimes the pleasure to have also Cookie Connection members in my classes, infact these are open to people who speaks English coming from everywhere too, of course. Such a great surprise and pleasure to learn that Google Italy has indexed this event immediately in its search source, so it is very important it is written in my language. For any doubts or informations I am here to give a prompt answer to everyone! 

No worries - there is no requirement that people write comments, forum posts, calendar listings, or anything else (other than blog articles and tutorials) in English. We are a global site, and I understand why you wanted your listing to appear in Italian first and foremost.

One thing for the future though: If the information is written directly in the body of the post, in addition to being shown in the poster/picture, it will be much easier for people to translate it using the Google Translate button at the bottom of the site. That translator can't translate words in pictures, only in the body of the site text.

 

Julia M. Usher posted:
Evelindecora posted:
Julia M. Usher posted:
Econlady posted:

Don’t understand a word of it

You could throw it into Google Translate if you want the exact translation, but it basically says Evelindecora is teaching a royal icing cookie decorating class on March 9, from 1:30 to 6:30 pm at Let's Cake in Milan, Italy. Students will make the set she's showing in the picture, and will learn several techniques including: the wood effect, painting on royal icing, run-out, and various forms of lace.

Thank you very much @Julia M. Usher for translating it to @Econlady! It is written in Italian because usually only Italian ladies can attend these group classes in Milan. I had sometimes the pleasure to have also Cookie Connection members in my classes, infact these are open to people who speaks English coming from everywhere too, of course. Such a great surprise and pleasure to learn that Google Italy has indexed this event immediately in its search source, so it is very important it is written in my language. For any doubts or informations I am here to give a prompt answer to everyone! 

No worries - there is no requirement that people write comments, forum posts, calendar listings, or anything else (other than blog articles and tutorials) in English. We are a global site, and I understand why you wanted your listing to appear in Italian first and foremost.

One thing for the future though: If the information is written directly in the body of the post, in addition to being shown in the poster/picture, it will be much easier for people to translate it using the Google Translate button at the bottom of the site. That translator can't translate words in pictures, only in the body of the site text.

You are right Julia! Next time I’ll write all informations in the right place, it will be easier to translate class description with Google Translator of course. Thank you for this advice!

Evelindecora posted:
Julia M. Usher posted:
Evelindecora posted:
Julia M. Usher posted:
Econlady posted:

Don’t understand a word of it

You could throw it into Google Translate if you want the exact translation, but it basically says Evelindecora is teaching a royal icing cookie decorating class on March 9, from 1:30 to 6:30 pm at Let's Cake in Milan, Italy. Students will make the set she's showing in the picture, and will learn several techniques including: the wood effect, painting on royal icing, run-out, and various forms of lace.

Thank you very much @Julia M. Usher for translating it to @Econlady! It is written in Italian because usually only Italian ladies can attend these group classes in Milan. I had sometimes the pleasure to have also Cookie Connection members in my classes, infact these are open to people who speaks English coming from everywhere too, of course. Such a great surprise and pleasure to learn that Google Italy has indexed this event immediately in its search source, so it is very important it is written in my language. For any doubts or informations I am here to give a prompt answer to everyone! 

No worries - there is no requirement that people write comments, forum posts, calendar listings, or anything else (other than blog articles and tutorials) in English. We are a global site, and I understand why you wanted your listing to appear in Italian first and foremost.

One thing for the future though: If the information is written directly in the body of the post, in addition to being shown in the poster/picture, it will be much easier for people to translate it using the Google Translate button at the bottom of the site. That translator can't translate words in pictures, only in the body of the site text.

 

Julia M. Usher posted:
Evelindecora posted:
Julia M. Usher posted:
Econlady posted:

Don’t understand a word of it

You could throw it into Google Translate if you want the exact translation, but it basically says Evelindecora is teaching a royal icing cookie decorating class on March 9, from 1:30 to 6:30 pm at Let's Cake in Milan, Italy. Students will make the set she's showing in the picture, and will learn several techniques including: the wood effect, painting on royal icing, run-out, and various forms of lace.

Thank you very much @Julia M. Usher for translating it to @Econlady! It is written in Italian because usually only Italian ladies can attend these group classes in Milan. I had sometimes the pleasure to have also Cookie Connection members in my classes, infact these are open to people who speaks English coming from everywhere too, of course. Such a great surprise and pleasure to learn that Google Italy has indexed this event immediately in its search source, so it is very important it is written in my language. For any doubts or informations I am here to give a prompt answer to everyone! 

No worries - there is no requirement that people write comments, forum posts, calendar listings, or anything else (other than blog articles and tutorials) in English. We are a global site, and I understand why you wanted your listing to appear in Italian first and foremost.

One thing for the future though: If the information is written directly in the body of the post, in addition to being shown in the poster/picture, it will be much easier for people to translate it using the Google Translate button at the bottom of the site. That translator can't translate words in pictures, only in the body of the site text.

You are right Julia! Next time I’ll write all informations in the right place, it will be easier to translate class description with Google Translator of course. Thank you for this advice!

Not only that, but search engines can pick up the text; they can't pick text out of an image. 

Evelindecora posted:
Mary Byrd posted:

I wish I could be there 

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Dear Mary, we are very far each others, I know! When you come to visit my beautiful city Milan please remember about me too, maybe one day.....<3

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