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Jan 22, 2007 08:09 PM

Marshmallows in PDX?

I'm looking for some nice, housemade marshmallows that I can buy from a bakery or chocolate shop. Anyone know where to go?

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  1. Steve Smith, the pastry chef at Carlyle, makes them as one of the little treats they deliver at the end of the meal with your check. I don't know if they would sell them, but they are yummy.

    1. I don't know if you would consider them homemade, but Whole Foods carries them.

      1. Have you had them? I'm just looking for something that tastes good :)

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        1. re: atomic

          Sorry, I haven't had them--if I'm going to consume that many calories, it's going to be something I like better, such as chocolate! I searched all the CH boards for "whole food marshmallows" and saw a few positive references, if that's any use.

        2. Baker & Spice makes them for their hot chocolate. I've never looked to see if they sell them also, but they're pretty tasty. Give them a call.

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          1. re: extramsg

            Oooh, baker & spice. Haven't been there in a while, and this is a good reason. Thanks.

          2. Huh, I thought I posted this answer yesterday. They have had good ones at Pastaworks on Hawthorne -- both chocolate and (IIRC) "white."

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            1. re: purefog

              Posting has been hit and miss since the site overhaul, so....

              1. re: purefog

                Awesome! Pastaworks is in my hood so I'll definitely check them out. Thanks.