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danielle kattan

About Danielle Kattan

Following her career as a Fashion designer, Danielle Kattan completed her AA Degree with top honors in culinary Arts in 2006. After graduating she worked as an apprentice with Chef Donald Mc Millan CEC, AAC (The Stocked Pot), rapidly growing to be the company’s pastry and cake maker. She also competed in Carr’s Kellogg’s “Make it Special” Recipe Contest, winning first place in the dessert category.

After two years Danielle relocated to Thailand with her family, where she continued growing and honing her skills as a cake designer and maker. As part of her Thailand’s experience she successfully completed the Thai Cuisine program at Le Cordon Bleu School, and with this learning the unique art of fruit carving.

Now back in Winston Salem, NC, Danielle Kattan is pursuing her career and business by offering hand-sculpted, exquisitely tailored works of art. Danielle Kattan Cakes display her love for the different cultures she has been expose to influencing much of her design work and cuisine repertoire.

About Danielle Kattan Cakes

Specializing in custom made wedding cake design, Danielle works with you to create the perfect wedding cake for your big day. Whether you have very specific ideas about how you want your wedding cake to be or if you just have a color or theme preference, Danielle will sit down with you to discuss details of your wedding day so that your wedding cake is perfectly in sync with every other aspect of your wedding day.

Danielle Kattan Cakes also makes wonderful special occasion cakes suitable for any and every type of event from birthday cakes through to christening cakes, anniversary cakes, baby showers, cupcakes and cookies and the only limit is your imagination so whatever the idea or suggestion, feel free to let Danielle know.

Danielle Kattan Cakes  also cater for any special dietary requirements and can bake gluten free and vegan cakes. So there is absolutely no reason that you should miss out on a slice of delicious cake if you have any food intolerance.