From snail cupcakes to a cake typewriter, Hy-Vee Food Stores’ annual Cake Decorator Challenge turns cakes and cookies into an edible art show. Hy-Vee uses the competition to get the word out about its cake decorating talent to customers, and as an opportunity for designers to learn more about decorating from each other. Amy Murtha, designer for Hy-Vee in Belton, Mo., won first place with her “enchanted garden” themed cakes. “We consider it great advertising ...

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