Please be Sure to scroll down and look at all the reviews and giveaways that may be running at the same time!!
(please note * I do receive these products or services I review for free. Please read my "submit a product" policy you can find on the top tab if you have any questions about my credibility. My Disclosure policy can also be found there, by clicking on above link, or at the bottom of this post.)

The Good Home Cookbook Review and Giveaway
Ends August 19th @ 8pm est

Bounty Experience (P&G) and COSI outing. (this was a free event for anyone)

Greeting Card Memory Albums - 2 Albums to Giveaway! Ends August 12 @ 8pm est *THIS CONTEST IS CLOSED*

Tastecasting Review of Morton's Steakhouse

Rubbermaid All in One 20 Piece Food Storage Review and Giveaway -Congrats to JASON!!

Tuesday, April 28, 2009

TasteCasting - The Suisse Shop

Social Media can be used in many ways. Dan Harris had a vision to help local restaurants get some attention to help their business and for us to get to sample some real goodies and to make some new friends.

Everything looked so wonderful!! It smelled great. The Suisse Shop is known for their Tortes and pastries. They normally sell them by the full torte. But for this week (and only one other during the year) they have their special, "Torte by the Slice". It gives us all a chance to taste any of the over 30 tortes they make. They only cost $3.50 per slice! And only $2.75 for the cheesecake. If you think what you would pay for this wonderful piece of dessert if you were in sit down restaurant you would probably be paying about $8.50 a slice.

The Suisse Shop has been in business for 26 years and is owned by a Swiss baker, Therese Whitfield. She and her family run the shop. They are are opened from 9am-7pm Tuesday through Friday. Mondays are from 9am-4pm and they are closed on Sundays.

They make fantastic wedding cakes and have made over 1500 in central Ohio.

Look at the plate I sampled!! I tried Black Forest torte, Buckeye cheesecake, Lemon torte, yellow torte, chocolate torte, german chocolate torte, coconut torte. They were all really good. I have to say that I did have a couple of favorites. I really liked the yellow, lemon and chocolate tortes. They had a very light buttery frosting. These were not "heavy" at all to me. I think the peanut butter cheesecake was the richest I tasted. Fantastic, but I wouldn't be able to eat more than one piece.

They use the same ingredients when they make their cupcakes. They looked really good too. They also have mini torte cakes. There are 5" tortes, 8" and 10" tortes.

Doesn't everything look great? Guess was!!

No comments: