Natalie and Dave Sideserf work with a local craft brewery to create a special cake to set them apart at the Texas Craft Beer Festival. However, the Sideserfs have never tried pairing beer and cake, and they face an additional challenge when the Texas Reptile Zoo orders a cake for their Crocktober event, which has Natalie and her team working overtime to make her dream of a lifelike snake cake come to life.
When the Mexic-Arte Museum hires Dave and Natalie Sideserf to make a cake for their annual Museum Day event, Natalie sets out to create a pinata design with a fun twist, but making and decorating a pinata-sized cake is a taller order than the Sideserfs expected. The Sideserf Cake Studio also takes on an order from Austin Pets Alive, a no-kill animal shelter, for their annual charity auction, so the Sideserfs use their own dog Mrs. Robinson to create a stunning dog cake for the event.
The king and queen of the Texas Honky Tonk scene are celebrating their 50th anniversary at their legendary spot, The Broken Spoke, but Natalie Sideserf faces some challenges when she decides to create a hanging longhorn cake. If that wasn't enough, it's also Dave Sideserf's birthday week -- and Natalie has never made him a cake. She enlists Dave's brother Gianpaolo to help create an outrageous cake that will make Dave's birthday amazing.
Natalie and Dave Sideserf are best known for making crazy creature cakes, so when Fantastic Fest -- the Austin-based film festival celebrating horror, sci-fi and fantasy -- needs a cake to honor their director of the year, they know exactly who to call. Meanwhile, the Austin Aquarium orders a Giant Pacific octopus cake for their big family night event, and Natalie tries a new technique to bring "Hank" the octopus to life.