The convention, which runs Sept. 27 to 29 at the Toronto Congress Centre, will be replete with a cake design academy, a huge array of demo kitchens, event-specific recipes for baked goods for weddings, holidays, birthdays and intimate dinners and, of course, a fair share of scrumptious samples.
The three-day event also will bring in Food Network Canada's celebrity chef Anna Olson and TLC's "Cake Boss" himself, Buddy Valastro, among others.
In addition to providing information about the tastiest and latest trends from exhibitors, a showcase competition spanning the festival's duration will seek out the country's top sweet-toothed talents.
With its "Alice in Wonderland" theme, the show aims to push the boundaries of creativity for its exhibitors, creating a wonderland of sweets to savour.
Single-day admission ranges between $10 for seniors and students and $15 for adults, while a three-day pass costs $30.
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