Bakeries in Mexico


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  • B&B Bagel Company
    B&B Bagel's name refers to the traditional process of making a bagel: boiling and baking. Whereas many places skip the boiling step, B&B considers it crucial ("If it's not boiled, it's not a bagel," their website states definitively). It's hard to argue with the results. Any of the shop's classic bagels can be topped with flavored cream cheeses or breakfast meats; there's even a pizza bagel that comes with melted cheese and pepperonis. Of course, bagels aren't the only items on the menu. The shop also serves cinnamon rolls and traditional sandwiches, neither of which are boiled.
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    124 E Nifong Blvd.
    Columbia, MO US
  • DUMMY ADDRESS
    The kindhearted staffers at Candy Bouquets use their eye for art and discerning taste for confections while assembling vibrant, hand-delivered gift baskets filled with sugary goodness. Brighten up someone's day better than a heart-shaped spotlight by sending them The Junk Food Junkie basket––a smiling 7"x4"x5" gift box that bears a variety of Nabisco treats. Sate a sweet tooth hungry for chocolates with bite-size Oreos and Chips Ahoy! cookies and small bags of M&M's. While digging through piles of Twix and Hershey bars, beneficiaries may find personalized messages written by the sender, transmitting well wishes or apologies for sneezing on their poodles. Gift givers can arrange for recipients to receive their baskets on a specific day, as the order is placed at least five days in advance.
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    1508 North Mapleview Drive
    Columbia, MO US
  • Cherie's Cake Boutique & Tea Room
    Once, upon adding the finishing whiskers to her custom wedding cake, Cherie stared in horror at what she had done. The cake looked exactly like an armadillo: beady eyes, bulbous armor, spindly claws. Concerned with its semblance to the rodent, Cherie insisted that her client come by and assess the cake before making her final decision to present it as her wedding centerpiece. The bride-to-be let out a squeal of joy. ?I love it! It?s exactly what I wanted.? Cherie let out a sigh of relief. Cherie, who has been decorating cakes for 30 years, admits that there?s no accounting for taste. Despite her personal opinions on armadillos, she was heartened by her client?s elation, which is ultimately why she began baking in first place. ?It?s so much fun watching kids eat their first birthday cake that you?ve worked on for hours, or to get thank-you notes from brides who say your cake tastes just as good a year later, at their one-year anniversary.? To ensure that smiles and thank-you notes continue to pour in, Cherie collaborates with clients to design the ideal treat for their celebrations. She reviews photos with them during in-person consultations, and even requests napkins and invitations in order to design a cake to complement each event?s aesthetic. After assembling her cakes, she swathes their fluffy exteriors with her cream sherry frosting, which adds an oaky and sweet finish.
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    3078 Lindbergh Dr.
    Columbia, MO US
  • Cherie's Cake Boutique
    Once, upon adding the finishing whiskers to her custom wedding cake, Cherie stared in horror at what she had done. The cake looked exactly like an armadillo: beady eyes, bulbous armor, spindly claws. Concerned with its semblance to the rodent, Cherie insisted that her client come by and assess the cake before making her final decision to present it as her wedding centerpiece. The bride-to-be let out a squeal of joy. ?I love it! It?s exactly what I wanted.? Cherie let out a sigh of relief. Cherie, who has been decorating cakes for 30 years, admits that there?s no accounting for taste. Despite her personal opinions on armadillos, she was heartened by her client?s elation, which is ultimately why she began baking in first place. ?It?s so much fun watching kids eat their first birthday cake that you?ve worked on for hours, or to get thank-you notes from brides who say your cake tastes just as good a year later, at their one-year anniversary.? To ensure that smiles and thank-you notes continue to pour in, Cherie collaborates with clients to design the ideal treat for their celebrations. She reviews photos with them during in-person consultations, and even requests napkins and invitations in order to design a cake to complement each event?s aesthetic. After assembling her cakes, she swathes their fluffy exteriors with her cream sherry frosting, which adds an oaky and sweet finish.
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    4107 Cotton Wood Drive
    Columbia, MO US
  • Panera Bread
    Visit Panera Bread for a freshly baked treat. Keep your diet in check at Panera Bread, a local restaurant with gluten-free and low-fat menu items. Not to be overlooked is Panera Bread's no-charge wifi. The bakery's noise level can be somewhat straining on the vocal cords, so intimate get-togethers may be best enjoyed elsewhere. For the tastes of Panera Bread from the comfort of your next party, the bakery also offers catering services. If you're in a hurry, place an order for pickup instead. null Prices at Panera Bread are a bargain (usually less than $15 for a meal), so you'll have plenty of cash left over to treat a friend (or two).
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    3709 S Providence Rd
    Columbia, MO US
  • The Eagle Scoop
    Hot sandwiches and cold scoops of ice cream dominate the menu at The Eagle Scoop, a comfortable, all-American neighborhood spot that specializes in familiar, made-to-order meals. Diners can build custom sandwiches or paninis that arrive piled with turkey, swiss, and a variety of dressings. Smaller dishes such as cups of daily-made soup and chili-cheese dogs can round out meals or serve as their own meal. Diners can finish meals with ice cream, brownie sundaes, banana splits, or malts.
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    503 W. Broadway
    Ashland, MO US

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