CTX Cake Master competing in Food Network’s Halloween Wars
Who has talent? Central Texas knows it, especially when it comes to cooking!
According to arreport from our press partners to KWTX, Lilian Halabi from Harker Heights competes on Food Network Halloween wars.
This is not his first rodeo
Halabi, owner of Lily’s Cakes in Harker Heights, is no newbie to competing on the Food Network. Lily actually appeared on Food Network’s M.onopoly Cake Wars in 2017 and returned home as a champion!
In 2018, Lily was featured on Food Network again for the show. Holiday wars, where she was once again crowned champion.
Lily is so amazing at what she does that she even appeared in the cast of Cake war champions, Winner Cake All and was a virtual judge this year for the series boyfriend vs duff 3.
The sequence continues
Now Lily is making her comeback to competing on Food Network and is already giving her competitors a run for the money.
This season’s first episode premiered on September 19, and audiences watched Lily and her teammates Kim Simons and Jewell Burgess win the inaugural Best Cake contest.
Support goes a long way
The 7-episode series will continue with new episodes starting every Sunday until Halloween.
According to Killeen Daily Herald, Lily truly appreciates her husband, City Councilor Sam Halabi, who encouraged her to follow his passion and open his own store in 2012.
Lily received a proclamation from the mayor of Harker Heights, Spencer Smith, and especially thanked her husband.
“And finally, a big thank you to my dear husband, Samir, for being my greatest cheerleader and supporter and for following my craziness and dreams!” she said.
Let’s continue to support our own and wish Lily the best of luck in the fierce competition!
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