Niagara Falls bakery serving up 75-foot cake to celebrate India’s Independence Day on Sunday
Published August 13, 2021 at 5:57 pm
A Niagara Falls bakery will be baking a 75-foot cake this Sunday (August 15) to celebrate India’s 75th Independence Day from British rule.
Bitter Sweet Symphony Bakery at 6240 Thorold Stone Road will be creating the confectionery treat that will literally feed hundreds at the celebrations being organized by the Indo-Canada Arts Council’s party in Oakes Garden Theatre that day.
Niagara Falls Mayor Jim Diodati popped into the bakery yesterday (August 12) to create a video promoting both the bakery and the event.
“Preparations for August 15th’s 75th India Independence Day are underway here in Niagara Falls at Bitter Sweet Symphony Bakery,” he tweeted.
“This is just the beginning of India’s glorious celebrations for 75 years of Independence. The Falls will also be illuminated in Indian tri-colours at the top of every hour on Sunday, August 15th starting at 8 PM until midnight.”
The bakery is owned by Niti Ruparel, a Certified Pastry Chef.
Said Ruparel on their website, “Baking was my hobby since my childhood and it turned into my passion as I grew up. I chose to pick this industry as I love the perfect symphony where food meets art.”
He started his career by studying craft bakery and patisserie back in India, “which is my hometown. I then moved to Canada to pursue baking and pastry management from Niagara College.”
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