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Aimee’s Vanilla Bean Bakery in Selma

IN THE June 24 ISSUE

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by Destiney Warren




When Aimee’s Vanilla Bean Bakery opened in 2014, it was some of the biggest news in Selma…we are a relatively small town so new businesses are exciting! Since then Aimee’s has stayed a staple in the downtown that has welcomed some new businesses and said farewell to others. Situated on the corner of McCall and High Street, it’s one of the first storefronts you see when entering the downtown. The friendly window decorations and writing that states “Cupcakes” with a heart and then “Candy” invites you in to indulge or to satisfy a craving.

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by Terrance Mc Arthur


It used to be that cupcakes were made by mom’s for class parties or mass-produced by the Hostess Company. Now, the cupcake has become a specialty niche, with shops specializing in the single-serving-size treats. This month, The Great Food Search has risked life and digestion to bring you samples of the Valley’s variety of micro-cakes.

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by Laura Sidsworth


INGREDIENTS:
* 15 years catering experience
* 1 dream long-desired
* 1 prayer answered
* 2 watchful eyes on a desired property (with a great location)
* 1 amazing Aunt Helen (who pitched in financially & artfully with interior design)

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by Tom Sims


I honestly did not intend to love P*DE*Q (pão de queijo). I did not really intend or expect to like it. I don’t know why. I just didn’t. Maybe I did not want to fall for a bakery. Maybe I had too many bad memories of something I don’t remember. Maybe I have no idea what I am talking about.

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New Bakery Opens in Porterville

IN THE December 17 ISSUE

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by Sarah Herrera



The artist’s hands move quickly but accurately as she molds together dozens of bright blue, pink and yellow miniature sculptures, adding details into each figure. Today’s masterpiece: a topsy-turvy Tinker Bell cake for a 13-year-old’s birthday party.

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