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Friday
May062011

Baker's Dozen: A Batch of Sweet Links

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Happy weekend, sweeties! Kick it off in a baker's dozen of sugar-coated ways:

Still gots leftover easter candy? Make good use of it with this sweet cupcake recipe!

Seeking some sweet prose? Be enchanted all over again by the Roald Dahl poem "Candy Man".

Sweet (and savory!): CakeSpy's Maple Canadian Bacon Nanaimo Bars were chosen as one of the "flavor of the month" finalists on Foodbuzz!

A funny thing happened on the way to the forum: I found a sweet collection of First Lady recipes in this Taste of Home forum.

Forget gummy bears--I like gummy CAKE. (Gluten-free, to boot!)

Vote for me! CakeSpy was nominated as the best foodie twitter-er in Seattle!

Tips for tasty food photography: a great guide by Serious Eats.

What a tart: get a load of this Strawberry and Almond tart, via Canelle et Vanille.

Taste the rainbow: check out this rainbow cake tutorial!

Sweetness in Seattle: Foodportunity organizer Keren Brown hosts a sweet Blogger Bakesale in Seattle!

Screw You, Fruit Roll-Ups: Strawberry Mango Hibiscus Fruit Leather!

Sweet treats, sweeter cause: Bakesale for the South on May 14 at CakeSpy Shop!

Don't forget: CakeSpy is in Portland for Crafty Wonderland this weekend!

Reader Comments (3)

You keep mentioning "leftover Easter candy". Girl, are you nuts? It's May! Easter candy ceases to exist two days after Easter ends :)
May 6 | Unregistered CommenterBarbara
Hi Cakespy! Thanks for the links. I made sure to vote for you as best twitter-er ;)
Just wanted to say that I love your blog! It's ADORABLE and your recipes are always innovative and sweet.
May 6 | Unregistered CommenterJojo
I've never thought of adding hibiscus to fruit leather! That's very inspiring! (and intriguingly opens up a world of possibilities - pear lavender fruit leather, perhaps?)

Unrelatedly, I don't think that poem is actually Dahl's, but rather from the first movie interpretation of Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory (although I could be wrong - and he did write a lot of amazing poetry - but not usually quite *this* kind of poetry).
May 7 | Unregistered CommenterM.

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