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Baker's Dozen: A Batch of Sweet Links!

Mellowcreme strikes back!

Mellowcreme strikes back: still a fave.

Bread with a side of DIY, in Vermont.

A bakery where they mix bread with their feet? It's not true!

A Seattle bakery closes...well, basically because it's not hip enough.

What is the difference between baking soda and baking powder?

Is it time to stop the baked good mash-ups?, asks UK publication

Related: cronut mania spreads to London.

Bakery I wanna visit: Copenhagen Pastry, Culver City.

I've got my eye on the cinnamon oatmeal bars featured in this article.

In Connecticut, a 19-year old opens a bakery. I don't know what I was doing at 19, but I can assure you it was not opening a bakery.

Do people actually use baked goods to smuggle things into prison?

Pumpkin mole grits. I love it!

Bakery chain Panera conquers "fast casual"

Pumpkin graham crackers: yum yum yum.

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Reader Comments (1)

Mellowcreme pumpkins are my absolute favorite, and candy corn just can't compare! Love the letter from M.C. Pumpkin, and I have to add: The pumpkins usually sell out weeks before the candy corn, so apparently I'm not alone.
P.S. Those pumpkin mole grits sound delicious!

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