The future of cakes is about to get a lot more interesting.
The first baking contest in over a decade is scheduled for this weekend, and there’s a ton of competition.
If you’re a bakery, there’s not much more you can do than decorate a cake, but this year’s event promises to be more than just a bunch of cakes, with thousands of people participating.
You could even become a judge.
And the winner of the first ever baking contest is none other than Carlo’s Bakery in New York City, which is hosting a competition to determine who can make the best, prettiest cake.
The event is part of a nationwide contest to create a cake with “the best, most artistic details and best texture,” according to Carlo Baker, a former pastry chef who now works as a cake decorator.
He’s set to compete this weekend for the top prize of $5,000.
The prize is a cake that will be displayed at the 2017 Carlo Bakery Bakery Contest at the New York Hilton Garden Inn, which will be held this Sunday, June 12.
The first-ever contest in the history of a contest to make a beautiful cake will be the largest contest in cake history, according to the New Hampshire-based International Cake Association, which says more than 3,000 people have submitted cakes, which can be judged online.
The contest was first held in 2013 in Sweden, and Carlo is one of the organizers of the contest.
“It’s really exciting,” Baker said.
“It’s an amazing thing to be able to celebrate a national event like this.
It’s going to be a really fun night for the whole family.”
Carlo’s was one of a handful of bakeries participating in the contest, which started in June 2017 and runs through July 5.
The judges, which include judges from around the world, use the same scoring system that’s used in a national competition.
The top five cakes are then selected and displayed at a panel at the Hilton Garden Hotel, which also serves as the venue for the contest to be held in New Jersey.
The judges use the number of stars that the cake has on the baking scale, a scale from 1 to 10.
The best and the best among them will win prizes of up to $5.00 each.
There will also be a cake tasting, and the judges will make sure the cakes they’re judging are made by the very best cake makers around the country.
Carlo has been one of New York’s top cake makers since 2010, when he opened his bakery in New Hyde Park, and he’s always kept it simple.
“I don’t like to be in a hurry,” he said.
He likes to bake with an eye on taste, and while the judges use a 10-star scale, Carlo will use the star scale from one to 10 to decide who will be crowned the best cake.
In 2015, Carloes first cake won the cake tasting.
The cake was made by a woman who had previously won the top pastry award in the country of Denmark.
“She was really, really good, and it’s really, truly amazing that a woman has done it, especially in New Hampshire,” Carlo said.
The winner of that competition was then the first woman in New England to win a national prize.
Carloes bakery has also been featured on the Cooking Channel and the Food Network.
He said he loves the challenge of the competition, and has even taken to baking with his wife to showcase his skill.
“They’re all good judges, so I love it,” he added.
The judging process starts with the judges taking a look at the cakes, then selecting the best one and judging the texture.
Then the cake is made and the top five are judged, with a cake taste test, to see if the winner is able to make the cake with the best taste.
The winner of each cake is then presented with a certificate of appreciation, and their name is published in the Cake Journal.
The winners of the cake and the people that judged them are then chosen from a group of judges from across the country, and then they go on a two-week road trip to the top of Mount Katahdin, New Hampshire, where they will decorate the top 10 cake winners with the names of the judges that they’ve made history.
There will also have a dessert tasting, with the top three cake winners receiving dessert and a cake review.
There are also awards for people who make the most creative and delicious cake designs.
The event will also feature the New England State Fair, a parade, a grand opening and a parade for the first time ever, according the New Bedford-based New Hampshire Department of Health.
“This is going to have a huge impact on New Hampshire and all the other places we are in, so it’s going be a great opportunity for New Hampshire to have something to look forward to,” said New Hampshire State Assemblyman Tom Garrett,