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CakEffect opening new location in Hoover on March 9

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Komeh O. Davis is owner and culinary architect behind CakEffect. (Ameera Steward Photo, The Birmingham Times)
Special to The Times

A tasty treat will be coming to The Village at Brocks Gap in Hoover.

CakEffect, “The Little Shop with a Grand Effect,” will hold a grand opening in Hoover on March 9 beginning at 9 a.m.

Komeh O. Davis is the owner and culinary architect behind CakEffect, which specializes in sculpted two-dimensional and three-dimensional cakes.

Davis, a Detroit native, who has always loved baking and has a background in visual arts, credits her mother Naomi Truman, for inspiring her to combine her two loves.

“Intertwining my love of art with my passion for baking has allowed me to venture out and create a seemingly new avenue of culinary art,” said Davis. “It’s been a life-shaping experience for the better, and I love sharing my creations with others.”

CakEffect has been growing in clientele and serving the Birmingham metro area for nearly 10 years. With the opening of the Hoover location Davis hopes to continue serving up CakeEffect’s delicious, artistic, and elegantly designed cakes for the citizens of Hoover and beyond.

For more information on CakEffect visit https://cakeffect.com/

This article was updated on March 26, 2019 at 2:47 p.m. to correct Davis’ mother’s last name as Truman.