I’d argue that the Food Network is the backbone of America—the channel we flip to while we’ve got heard enough of the controversy on healthcare for the day (huh, ironic). Towering cakes revive our hope, Gordon Ramsay accidentally brings us comedic relief, and now, the winner of Food Network’s Wedding Cake Championship, Shelby Elizabeth Cakes, brings us several Houston satisfaction.
Shelby Brown co-owns Shelby Elizabeth Cakes proper outdoor of Houston in Richmond and her mother, Robin Cates, who seemed alongside her on Food Network’s Wedding Cake Championship.
The supplement every different’s abilities—Robin bakes the cakes and uses her 30-years of enjoying as a silversmith to create the shape. Then, she palms it off to Shelby to create the wild decorations.
During the June finale of the Wedding Cake Championship, Shelby and Robin have been crowned first-place using hosts Johnny Weir and Tara Lipinski. The duo took home $25,000 in the competition judged by Maneet Chauhan, Randy Fenoli, and Kimberly Bailey.
She additionally has her own YouTube channel called Sugar Scoop, where she—well, gives the sugar scoop. She posts dessert tutorials and shows off her lovely personality to her 14,000 subscribers. She focuses on wedding ceremony desserts, grooms cakes, and quite tons of any cake you may think about (or not think about!).
It doesn’t have to be an uneventful conventional cake either—Shelby and Robin love making desserts that embody the bride and groom and surprise the visitors.
Shelby changed into additionally a contestant on season 8 of the Food Network’s Halloween Wars. This lady is on fire with her viral media sport! Wedding cakes in Texas were given even extra scrumptious, and we’re as excited as we are proud Houstonians about it.
It seems that everywhere we turn, there’s a brand new city asking, “How can we be the maximum aggressively Texan metropolis inside the country?” There must be a few forms of underground cooking opposition we lack because this state has a few significantly great food. San Antonio has the biggest pizzas. Austin has the largest donuts. And Houston? We have certainly one of the most important and, without a doubt, the tallest burgers within the kingdom.
At Mel’s Country Cafe in Tomball, you can get a towering three-pound burger known as the “Mega Mel.” This large burger is one and a 1/2 pounds of floor pork (four patties), one pound of bacon, 1/4 pound of cheese, lettuce, tomatoes, onions, and pickles. That’s a whopping 5,218 calories proper there.
And here’s the mission—you should eat the whole burger in underneath two hours without help and still be able to stroll and talk afterward without getting sick.