Warren has had the delight of being featured twice on the Today show. In his most recent appearance (6/30/2010), he shows the Today Show's staff some delicious recipes from his new book, United Cakes of America.
TODAY’s Natalie Morales previously had Warren on to show off some of the cakes featured in Warren's first book CakeLove. Strawberry shortcake and Mojito Cake are featured.
On Leadership: Founder and owner of Washington D.C.'s CakeLove bakeries, Warren Brown talks about why leadership means being the caboose. Watch it here.
Warren left his career as a lawyer to become a baker in 2000. Armed with a credit card and a sense that people wanted something better than what was currently on the market, he founded CakeLove, a bakery. With luck and fortunate timing, both the public and media recognized his passion and delicious scratch-made cakes.
Warren has been a guest on NPR a few times. Most recently he was featured on a 4th of July Weekend Edition Sunday where he spoke about his book United Cakes of America. See photos and listen to the 7/4/10 recording here.
Previously, Warren spoke sole about cupcakes. "I am and always have been a cupcake fan. I love them for the frosting, the cake and the paper. That's right, the paper. I was one of those kids who chewed -- and sometimes ate -- the cupcake paper." Read More.
The Courage to Follow a Dream - Once a lawyer, Warren started his own bakery. Meet some brave people who traded successful, safe career paths for the chance to find their true purposes in life. Learn More.
Warren speaks to audience members about his passion for cake and practical tips for making old fashioned buttercream and French meringues. He also gives details about what he's baking for the Phillips Collection's 90th Birthday Celebration.
American Express has put out an ad campaign called the Small Business Owner Anthem. In this 60 second spread, Warren and other CakeLove staff are featured alongside other small business owners Chris Zane (Zane's Cycles); Sue Kirchoffer (Moravian Florists); Laureen and David Barber(Blue Hill Restaurant); Bobby Oppenheim (Triple Eight); and Paul Cernuto (High Tech Landscapes).
Dell's "Take Your Own Path" campaign helps Warren Brown and CakeLove overcome business challenges through technology.
Forbes Traveler put out this article and slideshow to feature America's best cupcakes. CakeLove is proud to be one of them. See the yummy slideshow here and then click through to the article they wrote about the cupcake craze.
The Wall Street Journal explores Warren's recent appearances in AMEX and Dell ad campaigns about braving the recession storm are explored.
At the recent Green Fest environmental expo, lawyer-turned-cakemaker-turned-Food Network celebrity Warren Brown spoke from the D.C. Convention Center's main stage not about cupcakes, but about sex. Read More
His passion for food dates back to early childhood, recalls Warren Brown, owner of the bakery Cakelove, which has locations in Washington and Silver Spring, Md. "I'd always liked food and the science of cooking," he says.
Warren Brown, the government lawyer-turned-baker and entrepreneur, will be very busy this fall. In addition to running Cakelove, his specialty cake and pastry business, and its offshoot, the Love Cafe, both on the western edge of the U Street corridor, Brown will host "Sugar Rush," a 13-episode series on the Food Network.
In this latest Love Bytes column from Brightest Young Things, Warren talks dating and marriage while he takes writer Jeff Jetton and photographer Garai Rice on an adventure to the Southwest Seafood Market (in DC) and then home to show them his prowess as a seafood chef in his own kitchen. Catch it here.
LoveBYTes is a new, monthly column from Warren Brown, the CakeLove Guru of Washington D.C. We asked Warren to share some of the recipes and stories that he loves. Some may be sweet, others savory, but you’re guaranteed to love them, too. Read More.
There's love and there's CakeLove, and Warren Brown has been lucky enough to find both. It would be oh-so-precious to say the lawyer turned baker, entrepreneur and Food Network host (Sugar Rush) will be baking the cake for his October wedding. Read More.
WJZ-TV visits the newly opened CakeLove Canton Location. Includes video of the news segment. See it here
Sloane Brown writes this special interview for the Baltimore Sun. In the interview, Warren talks about his personal preferences in out of the kitchen. View segment here.
Check out this online video interview featuring Warren at the Inc 500 Conference.
Watch the video here.
Local Kicks interviews Warren about his recent appearance in the AMEX ad. They also talk to him about his upcoming book - United Cakes of America. Check it out.
"One of the reasons I wrote the books was I want people to get into the kitchen. If you have an appreciation for making something from scratch, for what goes into something, you're hopefully just a bit more curious about the world..." Read more.
Cookstr.com is a new cooking site dedicated to providing users with great recipes from the best chefs and cookbook authors. Take at look at Warren's chef profile and read his articles and recipes at cookstr.com
With a new shop just opened, one opening soon, a new book coming out and a brand new baby, Warren Brown is a busy man. Read on >
HalogenLife is a San Francisco-based luxury lifestyle online
publication. As a former Washingtonian, contributor Christopher Roy Correa wrote this flattering article about Warren and CakeLove. Read More about CakeLove and a tons of other tips about experiencing the best in life at halogenlife.com.
Warren gets a full-page spread in the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette.
Read article here.
Many people talk about following your heart and doing what you love to do, but few actually do it. Warren Brown is one of those people who did.
Read the article here.
This publication ran by the Denver Bar Association asks seven questions about Warren's purpose and transition from lawyer to baker.
Read the article here
Gerry Blackwell writes about CakeLove's role as a Dell Small Business hero and the benefits of the recent Dell tech makeover.s Read the article here
Two independent D.C. foodies (CakeLove and Bus Boys) are bringing a little love and poetry from U Street to the Village at Shirlington.
Read the article here
Prosecuting civil cases in healthcare fraud for the government was not as fulfilling as he had anticipated; in less than one year, he was pursuing his part-time passion for baking cakes.
Attorney Warren Brown talks about how he left the government to pursue a fulltime cake-baking business. Learn More
Independent bakeries have found some sweet teeth. Bakeries, whether they serve cakes like your grandma made or vegan muffins, are enjoying a bit of a resurgence throughout the Washington area. Read more
Rachel Muir reports on Warren's ten years of success at the helm of CakeLove and his ongoing passion for cooking and backing. Read More >
GW Law School graduate Warren Errol Brown reached the likes of Ben Affleck, Matt Damon and Tiger Woods last week as People magazine named him one of America’s top 50 bachelors in its July 2 issue. Read More
He's the man who's single-handedly giving New York City's Magnolia Bakery a run for its cupcake money. He's the owner of District dessert depots CakeLove and Love Café on U Street, steadily gaining converts to their brand of sugary survival. Read More
WARREN BROWN NEVER WENT TO CULINARY SCHOOL. He never took a baking class, never tried to make spun sugar or puff pastry or craft an intricate box out of chocolate. Instead, he graduated from Brown University and went to law school. He became a health educator, teaching young people about responsible sexuality. Read More
No competition, no Reality TV? Are there such shows any more on television? How about Desserts? A little travel? That's what the Food Network is offering on Sugar Rush, a new show scheduled to start airing in October 2005. Read More
Lyle Ishida reports how businesses like CakeLove rely on broadband for efficient communications and administration. Something that ultimately makes his cupcake loving daughter very pleased. Read on >
When the boys and girls residing at the juvenile detention center on Mount Olivet Road in Northeast Washington were asked to pick the menu for a special holiday meal, they opted for no frills: Fried chicken. Macaroni and cheese. Potatoes. And cake. Lots of cake. Washington Post Article
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Tony Kornheiser from ESPN 980 talks up CakeLove and the importance of fat in making flavorful food. Listen to the excerpt here:
T.G. Bennet at the Examiner.com has written a handful of great articles about Warren and CakeLove. She covers cardamom, low sugar, almond spice and more.
Mike Kravinsky writes about Warren's successful new year's resolution that turned into an ambitious transition from law to baking. Read it.
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