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trillgirl Jan 31, 2008 05:37 AM

Any good bakeries in the City (or points north and west) that make a decent King Cake? Mardi Gras just wouldn't be the same without it, and I'd rather get it local if I can, than pay to have it shipped from New Orleans. Thanks.

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    shabulover RE: trillgirl Feb 1, 2008 04:55 AM

    The only place I've seen it advertised is Breaux Vineyard in Hillsboro, VA. Their website is www.breauxvineyards.com - and they are having a Samedi Gras celebration tomorrow where there will be King Cake (I don't know what it is, but it sounds good).

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      MDicecreamguy RE: trillgirl Feb 1, 2008 03:42 PM

      Believe it or not.....last year I saw the King cake at the Giant ( even with the little baby! )

      1. FoxBeatus RE: trillgirl Feb 5, 2008 05:04 AM

        Latte'Da Cafe on Aliceanna right next to Louisiana Restaurant had a king cake this morning
        all of the baked goods are amazing so I would assume the King Cake to be well done

        1704 Aliceanna St
        Baltimore, MD 21231
        (410) 342-7474

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          hon RE: trillgirl Feb 5, 2008 07:28 AM

          Eddies in Roland Park

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            Jason1 RE: trillgirl Feb 5, 2008 07:58 AM

            I've seen them at Giant and Lauer's in Pasadena. The Giant version looked terrible, but the Lauer's versions actually looked really good. Lauer's also has the custard filled version, which is very hard to find around here. I'm not sure if they make them in-house (which I doubt) or get them from somewhere else.

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              Jason1 RE: Jason1 Feb 5, 2008 08:34 AM

              And the Great Harvest Bread Co in Columbia is also making them, but you may have needed to order them before today.

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