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Mail Order Cake

About 4 years ago my wife and I were watching Food Finds on the Food Channel. One of the "finds" was a bakery that made really decadent multilayered cakes with piles of toppings. The one that caught my wife's eye was a Chocolate Peanut Butter Cake that had, what I remember as, peanut butter cups on the top of the cake. I have searched exhaustively for this cake, to no avail. Does anyone remember this show, and more importantly, the bakery and contact info? I know they had a website but i neglected to bookmark it that first time I went to their site..... thanks folks.

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  1. Here's a link to a list of all the shows. Do you remember what city ths show was about? It may make it easier to find. Good luck!

    http://www.fineliving.com/fine/episod...

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    1. re: ttoommyy

      I did try this link before posting.... thanks anyway! I thought the bakery may be on Long Island, I know it is on the east coast.

    2. Might it have been the "Chocolate Peanut Butter Bomb" cake at Gianna's Grille Bakery in Philly, which was featured on Road Tasted, not Food Finds?

      http://www.giannasgrille.com/bakery.html
      http://www.foodnetwork.com/road-taste...

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      1. re: Party Flavor

        Thanks.... but, no that isn't it. I remember that it was a fairly tall cake and they offered similar cakes with a candy bar twist.

        1. re: Lenox637

          By chance this one?

          http://www.elitesweets.com/shop/item....

          Sorry, but you will probably get a lot of posts, but everyone is just trying to help.

          Good luck.

          1. re: hummingbird

            Not it isn't it, but Thanks.... I don't mind the help, I'll check out every clue!!

        1. re: rafnyc

          Now that's getting closer. Same over all dimensions but on top there were peanut butter cups standing vertically on their side.......... looks wise though, we're getting close! Thanks SO much!!

        2. i don't have time to go through this entire list, but it might be one of these: http://homepage.mac.com/donsmith/food...

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          1. re: Emme

            Thanks Emme... I did scour through them but could not find it. Thank you so much though.

            1. re: Lenox637

              do you happen to remember vaguely in what part of the country the place was located?

              1. re: Emme

                I'm pretty sure it is somewhere from the mid atlantic north. I seem to remember remarking to my wife that they weren't too far away.