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SugarPine Bakery’s Katie Schultz featured in Brides Magazine

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SOUTH LAKE TAHOE, Calif. – South Lake Tahoe pastry chef Katie Schultz joins an elite group of top pastry artists in the September issue of Brides Magazine, with a Jackson Pollack-inspired wedding cake.

The four-tier pale blue creation is spangled with white chocolate and royal icing streamers and swirls in white, darker blue and green, and accented with tiny white chocolate hearts. Only 24 out of 200 entries nationwide are featured in the magazine.

Brides Magazine describes the cake this way, “Katie Schultz’ cake, inspired by Jackson Pollack’s groundbreaking drip-and-splatter technique is a sugar masterpiece.”

“It was an amazing experience to be featured with so many great artists,” Schultz said. “I submitted the cake in a number of palettes, including a barely-there pale pink. BRIDES chose the pale Tiffany blue design. It’s a little hip and adventurous, but mostly I think it conveys a fun sense of celebration.”

Katie and her husband, Matt Hogan, are co-owners of SugarPine Bakery, which is located at 3564G Lake Tahoe Blvd., where the cake is on display. The couple recently opened a second location at the “Y,” 1115 Emerald Bay Road.

Both locations – Ski Run and the “Y” – feature a variety of breads, rolls, from-scratch croissants and breakfast pastries, Matt’s specialties, as well as a range of delicious desserts and treats and wedding cakes.

Find out more about Katie’s Cakes at http://www.tahoekatiecakes.com/, call 530.721.1501 or e-mail katie@tahoekatiecakes.com.


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