Show Me Medals, Erm, I Mean Sweets Show

September 16, 2018

       Well guys, last weekend was a TON of fun, and if you were at the Show Me Sweets Show, you know why! But if you weren't, read this post so you will want to come next year!

       Now before I get too excited about this post, I want to start by saying THANK YOU to my amazing friend Zawadi for letting me fill our hotel room with all my cake supplies and competition pieces. I am NOT kidding when I say that our room was covered in tiny pieces of styrofoam. Like, we were waking up with it IN OUR HAIR. We were lucky that it was a suite, because my stuff took up a whole room. No joke. Here I am pictured with my cake friends Zawadi and Shaile! 

 

 

     

   Now moving on to the exciting part- the competitions! I was lucky enough to be selected to compete in the LIVE Cake Battle, which took place on Saturday from 10:30am-4pm. It was so fun, and so hard! It's one thing to do Cake Wars, it's another thing entirely to work on a cake, live, directly in front of people! You can see all of us to the left,                 Team 1 (Timbo Sullivan)

         Team 2 (Jessica Phan and I)

         Team 3 (Sam Lucero and Kim Hall).

Sam and Kim KILLED it, and won 1st place with their amazing piece!

 

 

 

 

 

        My partner was Jessica Phan of Phantastic Desserts, and guys, we meshed SO well together it was insane. Literally every thought one of us had, the other was on the exact same page. I really lucked out because I was actually supposed to have a different partner that dropped out at the last minute, and I was looking at the possibility that I was going to have to do it by myself. Needless to say, I was really excited when Jessica jumped at the chance to do it with me.

         Even though we didn't win, it was an amazing experience to have! I learned a lot and I will definitely be more prepared for next live cake battle! 

       Here is a photo of me goofing off as usual with our finished piece, Queen Sophia SoftServe! The answer to your question is "No, I could not help myself".