About Piece 'a Cake
Colleen is a graduate of the highest honors from the Institute of Culinary Education in New York City. She has over 25 years' experience in the pastry industry. To enhance her pastry experience, she did her externship with the well-known Gail Watson Custom Cakes in Manhattan after which, she was awarded a scholarship thru Les Dames d'Escoffier (New York Chapter). This scholarship included a mentorship with Dame Sylvia Wienstock.
This superior training and work in the industry led her to open Piece 'a Cake bakery in June 2009, a quaint, little shop in downtown Macungie. We design sculpted, one-of-a-kind cakes to suit any occasion.
Colleen earned a Diploma in Pastry and Bakery Arts, as well as Career Culinary Management.
Terry handles tasks such as scheduling, purchasing, estimating and delivering. Together, the Lakys aim to exceed your expectations through unparalleled taste paired with cutting-edge design and detail.
Piece 'a Cake is Serv Safe Certified, a food safety and sanitation certificate.
From the Press
"BAKE IT LIKE BUDDY CAKE: MACUNGIE'S PIECE 'A CAKE COMPETES ON NEW SHOW BY THE CAKE BOSS"
Jennifer Sheehan, The Morning Call, 06 NOV 2018
“For Colleen, the show offered a chance to not only shine a national spotlight on their cake skills and business but also to allow her to break out of her comfort zone as a cake designer.”
"SATURDAY NIGHT'S ALRIGHT FOR ICING: MACUNGIE BAKERY WHIPS UP CAKE FOR ELTON JOHN"
Jennifer Sheehan, The Morning Call, 07 SEP 2018
“Katie Nork, director of marketing at PPL Center, said they wanted to celebrate the tour kicking off at PPL with a special, over-the-top cake. 'I wiggled in my seat as we were talking about it...This was the ultimate cake project' said Laky.”
"RETAIL WATCH: MACUNGIE MAKES SWEET STRIDES"
Ryan Kneller, The Morning Call, 11 NOV 2017
"'We’re doing about 200 weddings a year and thought, 'What else can we throw into the mix?' Terry said. 'And then we came up with the idea of selling specialty cupcakes and coffee. Instead of spending a lot of money on an elaborate cake, customers can now grab some cupcakes to go.'"