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Your nominees for a Boston Baked Goods Hall of Fame

A very wonderful white chocolate raspberry scone from Verrill Farms got me thinking how I've never had a bad scone here. I don't get out to Verrill's wicked often, but will definitely go out of my way to get a scone when I'm within a 20 minute radius.

I've embraced the white choc raspberry scone as my go-to. It is so good, even when you don't get a bite with choc or raspberry (rare), the scone tastes fantastic.

Consistently swoon-worthy. I think it should be in the Boston Baked Goods Hall of Fame.

What are your nominees?

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Verrill Farm
11 Wheeler Rd, Concord, MA, MA 01742

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    1. That vanilla bean cake at Hi-Rise. It completely slays me.

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      1. re: Splendid Spatula

        For me, it's the chocolate cork there.

      2. Iggy's ham and cheese croissant. I'm actually glad the had to stop delivering them to South End coffee shops, I used to eat one every morning.

        I would also nominate the cream filled dougnuts at Flour on the weekend.

        1. Petsie's Pies Brownies. Their cupcakes are an honorable mention.

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          1. re: Guinness02122

            Petsi's would have to be in the Boston Baked Goods Hall of Fame just in general, but my personal favorite is the peanut butter chocolate rice krispie bar.

            1. re: fantundo

              I would nom the chocolate banana muffin.

          2. Gruyere Cheese Croissants from Clear Flour

            Cream Puffs from Clear Flour (thankfully for my waistline only available once or twice a year!)