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The club is partnering again this year with The SEED Foundation, which helps prepare underserved students for college success at public boarding schools in the District and Maryland. The Book Fair is helping to develop the school library at the foundation’s new Maryland campus. Click here for details.
Warren bakes Delaware coffee cake and other favorites from and his book United Cakes of America on NBC's Today show:
Warren was featured with his book United Cakes of America on NPR Weekend Edition Sunday as part of their July 4th programming. Listen here.
Roxana Hadadi reports: In "United Cakes of America," Brown highlights a recipe from each state, plus the District and Puerto Rico. These include classics, such as red velvet, and regional treats such as Texas sheet cake and Mississippi mud cake. "I had this idea for the book so early on in my career of CakeLove — this was back in 2003, 2004," Brown said. "So whenever I would travel, I would just kind of pick up recipes and pick up stories." Read On.
In this interview with Warren, he says, "One of the reasons I wrote the books was to get people into the kitchen. If you have an appreciation for making something from scratch, you're hopefully just a bit more curious about the world..." Read more.
In this first book from Warren, you'll find all you need to know about baking cakes from scratch. Visit Abrams Books to learn more about the book and purchase it.
There's love and there's CakeLove, and Warren Brown has been lucky enough to find both. It would be oh-so-precious to say the lawyer turned baker, entrepreneur and Food Network host (Sugar Rush) will be baking the cake for his October wedding. Read More.
Warren Brown shows TODAY’s Natalie Morales how to bake up some delicious cakes that are part of his new book.
Check out the featured recipes:
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Book Signing at Barnes & Noble in Tysons Corner, VAPhotos courtesy of Armughan "AJ" Javaid
You no longer have to guess what
makes CakeLove's moist cakes and rich buttercreams so irresistible. In his first cookbook, the founder of the sprawling CakeLove bakeries, writes the answers in mouth-watering detail. Check it out (PDF).
Warren Brown is a busy man. The founder of CakeLove is opening his bakery’s sixth location later this year, is engaged with a wedding planned for October, and has just come out with a book, CakeLove: How to Bake Cakes from Scratch. The lawyer-turned-baker agreed to sit down and answer a few questions during a recent stop on his book tour in Shirlington where a CakeLove bakery is located. Read more.
Charm City Moms is "a blog for Maryland parents by TheBaltimore Sun's Kate Shatzkin." In this entry, she talks about using Warren's "No-Mixer Vanilla Cake"for her child's fifth birthday. She also recommends that it be used as fun a activity to do with your kids. Read more.
I don’t use the term “art” loosely. These cake are involved masterpieces. Don’t be lulled into complacency by the brightly colored layout and upbeat color schemes. The pages of this book may be designed to imply simplicity and ease but in reality this cookbook is more boot camp than day camp." Read more.
"Potato starch is Brown's secret ingredient. It's available in specialty baking or ethnic food aisles in the grocery store. Cocoa powder can be substituted for the potato starch in this recipe, yielding chocolate butter cake." Read more.
"Brown takes the intimidation factor out of baking with easy-to-follow recipes while entertaining with his upbeat and casual writing style." Read more.
"I liked the idea of sharing what I learned," says Brown, 37, who recently opened a CakeLove in Canton. Read more.
Judith Sutton from the Library Journal informs readers about our new cookbook. Read more.