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Cakes With Attitude: Kick*ss Cupcakes

Cakes With Attitude: Kick*ss Cupcakes
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June 18th, 2010 | Maria Olia | Read More | Comments: 0
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School Bakery & Cafe: Perfect Report Card

School Bakery & Cafe:  Perfect Report Card
I was late for school last Sunday – but I am not worried as it won’t show up on my report card! School bakery & Cafe is one of the hottest brunch spots in town.  Located in Liberty Village, Brad Moore (of past Toronto hotspot – Xacutti) opened School in February 2009 and attendance has been at full capacity ever since. An apple for the teacher sits on each table, chalkboards on the walls, the clocks all say 3:30 and the bill comes in the form of a report card.  The scene is...
June 11th, 2010 | Jane Apor | Read More | Comments: 0
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The Cake Cafe in Dublin

The Cake Cafe in Dublin
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June 10th, 2010 | Jessica Colley | Read More | Comments: 1
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Delightful Pastries is a Delicious Addition to Chicago’s Old Town Area

Delightful Pastries is a Delicious Addition to Chicago’s Old Town Area
... a spring day all the more enjoyable. Much to my surprise I stumbled upon a new addition to Old Town’s storefront: a charming, European-inspired bakery called Delightful Pastries. Delightful Pastries (1710 N. Wells St.; map it) is located where the former Breadsmith shop was, which reigned in Old Town as one of the best places for fresh breads and baked goods. While I was sad to see Breadsmith leave Old Town and I am glad to see that Delightful Pastries has the potential to be just as good. From...
April 28th, 2010 | Lisa Davis | Read More | Comments: 0
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Tienes Hambre? Try These South of the Border Treats

Tienes Hambre? Try These South of the Border Treats
... a cinnamon and sugar mixture. Pastelitos: Dried fruit pastries. To sample the real thing, stop by these local panaderias and Mexican markets: Azteca bakery (map) (602) 253-5864 Founded by Bernardo Lopez in 1956, the bakery is known for its fruit-filled empanadas and bolillos. The family-operated bakery specializes in Mexican wedding cookies. El Fenix bakery (map) (602) 276-9104 This 25-year-old family bakery offers a wide selection of Mexican pastries, breads and tamales. Food City Stores Valley-wide,...
April 16th, 2010 | Heather Wright Schlichting | Read More | Comments: 0
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The Sweetest Bakery in L.A.

The Sweetest Bakery in L.A.
... perfectly whipped icing… real fruit… chocolaty fudge… all of which could be used to describe the sweets at Sweet Lady Jane bakery on Melrose Avenue in Los Angeles (map). I first saw Sweet Lady Jane bakery on Dr. Phil, and decided to try it out myself the next time I was in Los Angeles.  From the first bite, I was addicted.  From that moment on, every time I’m in the area, I have to stop by the small shop.  When I was in L.A. for the marathon, I stopped by Sweet Lady...
November 17th, 2009 | Abbie Mood | Read More | Comments: 0
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Boulangerie: A local favorite

Boulangerie: A local favorite
Boulangerie means “bakery” in French, and the simplicity of the word and delectable baked goods at the Boulangerie at 1495 South King Street (cross street: Kalakaua Ave) has been delighting locals for years. This specialty bakery serves up special breads and treats with a Korean-French flair.  I paid my first visit a few days ago, and the peanut butter bread and mochi bread were absolutely heavenly.  There’s an incredible array of Asian cakes as well as a healthy selection of...
November 10th, 2009 | byun | Read More | Comments: 0
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Review: Lunch at Edinburgh’s Manna House

Want to know where the best bakery is in Edinburgh?  Head no further than the Manna House. The Venue Manna House is on Easter Road, just east of London Road in the shadow of Calton Hill.  It’s a small venue with much of the space taken up by the baking equipment, as everything (almost) is made on site.  There are a few tables indoors and a couple of strategically placed tables outside on the pavement. The Food This is one of thoes places where it’s hard to decide what to eat.  My...
July 16th, 2009 | Andy Hayes | Read More | Comments: 3
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Restaurant Kuchen Kaiser

These days the “Cake King” of Kreuzberg (map) is more Bar than bakery, but a decent place for kicking back in the summer weather, grabbing a bite to eat or a drop to drink. The Restaurant Kuchen Kaiser has an impressive history – although it’s not really it’s own. Founded in 1866 at the site it is now, Kuchen Kaiser was a large bakery/cafe which had Berlin’s first ammonia refrigerator and it’s first revolving door – out of which many customers and staff...
May 25th, 2009 | theberlinguide | Read More | Comments: 0
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