Pirate Ship, Diner Desserts, Magnolia Cake
The LA team crafts a sea-worthy Pirate Ship cake, while Christopher Garren’s bakery draws inspiration from a diner for a bridal shower cake. And Ben at the Chicago bakery challenges his artistic side working on a Magnolia-inspired wedding cake.
LA’s Merci Beaucoup Cakes gets an order to make an unusual Pirate Ship wedding cake, for a couple who got engaged in the Caribbean. Marc can’t wait to create all the fantastic details for the ship made out of butter cream. There’s just one small hurdle. Marc wants to make the sails out of gum paste, and he’s never done this before. Will it be smooth sailing, or a ship wreck?
Christopher Garren’s Cakes is asked to create a bridal shower cake that will remind the bride and her girlfriends about when they used to hang out together at a local diner. So the All-American design includes a milk shake, a chocolate cake slice, and a giant cupcake. And since this is a Christopher Garren cake, all these elements will be stacked on top of one another, and look just like the real thing, only larger. But surprisingly, in the end, it’s the lowly cupcake wrapper that causes the most problems…
Chicago’s CakeGirls owners Mary and Brenda think it’s time for Ben to take on more challenges. That’s why he’s going to create this Magnolia wedding cake from start to finish. We know Ben’s great at the fundamentals. What’s going to happen when he’s asked to be more artistic? Will he conquer the airbrush? Or will it conquer him?
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