The best way to celebrate the 30th anniversary of Shark Week is with a 4-foot-tall cake, of course. The hunt for Big Foot leads to a sweet encounter for a Seattle cake artist, and forget the fondant -- this entire cake is decorated with only buttercream frosting.
A cake artist encounters some hair-raising challenges while taking a Troll from the big screen to a cake. An edible tribute to an artist has to be picture-perfect, and a Coney Island cake takes a New York City artist on a wild ride.
A rustic-chic wedding calls for a towering cake topped with life-size antlers. A cake artist tries to make 25 pounds of cake look and float like a turtle, and an oversize alien head could send a UFO-themed cake crashing to Earth.
Torrential rains threaten a nearly 6-foot-tall ostrich cake, and things get sticky when a client orders a gumbo cake for his restaurant anniversary. An elaborate cake featuring a life-size snake charms the birthday girl.
It will take a cake artist more than luck to deliver a wedding cake worthy of the famed Vegas strip. A cake inspired by music hits a high note, and it's not as simple as black and white when sculpting a penguin out of cake for a child's birthday.
A cake artist crafts an impressive pinball machine cake that can actually be played. Another baker goes around and around with an elaborate carousel cake, while a Texas-sized cake experiences a crash just hours before delivery.