Lacey Lee Berry
The sounds, smells, images, and tastes of cooking interlace themselves in Lacey Lee Berry's childhood memories. Growing up around a mother and grandmother who loved to cook and for whom every-day homecooked meals included multiple vegetable dishes, homemade rolls, and miriad fresh-baked desserts with plenty of room for a pint-sized assistant at their sides, Lacey always felt at home in a kitchen.
By the time she finished high school, Lacey had two years of Restaurant Management and several cake decorating classes under her belt. After formal training at the National Culinary Institute in San Diego, the newly certified pastry chef put her creativity and skills to work at the award-winning Sycaun Casino. After two years there, she moved back home to Texas where she worked as a pastry chef at Central Market. Love brought Lacey to Utah where, for the past five years, she has found a devoted fan base for her cooking classes. She is known for her fun personality, high cooking standards, tell-it-like-it-is instruction, and ability to up anyone's cooking skills. She has sold out every children's series that she's offered, with frantic parents clamoring for more. She specializes in cheesecakes (like her Triple Chocolate with decadent white, milk, and dark chocolate layers), breadmaking, pastries and baked goods, and pressure cooking.
At the end of long days of cooking and instruction, Lacey finds herself at home testing new recipes every week and looking for that "perfect" mix that will be good enough to stamp as her own. She's happiest when she's got her husband, Todd, at her side. Together they own over 2000 DVDs to accompany the night's rich desserts.
Bosch Universal Mixer
-Bosch quality - average lifetime for mixers is 17 years
-The most powerful motor in its class
-Unique and modern design
-Easy to clean
-Large mixing bowl will handle up to 15 lbs of dough
-Ergonomic and easy handling with rim at top of bowl
-Works perfectly whether small or large quantities (as a little as one egg white)