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Baker's Dozen: A Batch of Sweet Links

Photo: Clare BarbozaWant a sneak peek of my totally sweet book? Get some delicious picture documentation over on Clare Barboza's site.

Cookie For Your Thoughts: a sweet and novel new blog by my buddy Jenny. (check out the entry where she features me!)

Video Killed The Radio Star, and Politicians Killed the Easy Bake Oven. Le Sigh.

Seattle Doughnut (or is it Donut?) Bonanza! Via Seattle Weekly.

In it for the long Holland: Holland American Bakery!

Merci beaucoup to Jill of Edible Seattle who introduced me to my new favorite thing: Honey Caramel Chocolates from Cadeaux.

Maple Bacon Marshmallows: Covered in chocolate, naturally. By Cakes Suzette.

Now that's sweet fusion: Mardi Gras Kringle, complete with naked baby.

Speaking of King Cake, how sweet are these King Cake Necklaces? (thanks for the tip Becca!)

Sweet-Tart: Lime Tart in a Lemon Crust? Consider me intrigued.

Bakery Trashing: Hell hath no wrath like a woman deprived of her cupcake.

Flourless, but not without a story: a great Recipe Redux on Flourless Chocolate Cake by Amanda Hesser.

Sweet memories: remember when I made the world a sweeter place with fake cupcakes?

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Reader Comments (6)

OHLORDY I NEED THAT UNICORN PIE. it's the single most cutest and adventurous thing I've seen!!! :) Imagine trying to climb up that mound of fluffy...not easy!
I just have to say that the above photo of the pie with the unicorn is AWESOME! And, I liked your Indiana Jones story over on A Cookie For Your Thoughts as well. :o) That seems like a fun blog--I'll definitely be reading it again in the future.
March 4 | Unregistered CommenterMelanie
I am smitten by the fabric used in the pie photo for your cookbook. Any idea of the name, manufacturer, or ? Thanks...
March 5 | Unregistered CommenterBarbara (WA)
Barbara: It is actually a sheet of 12x12 scrapbooking paper. I got it at PaperZone in Sodo.
March 5 | Unregistered CommenterCakeSpy
Really? How fun - thanks for letting me know.
March 5 | Unregistered CommenterBarbara (WA)
And wouldn't the design be wonderful fabric ?
March 5 | Unregistered CommenterBarbara (WA)

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