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What You'll Get
The idiom "just deserts," which means, "to get what one deserves," would carry far more weight if judges weren't so notoriously bad at spelling. Detain your most ferocious fangs in just desserts with today's Groupon: for $10, you get $20 worth of baked goods and more at Bakers Park, located on Baltimore National Pike in Catonsville. This Groupon is not valid toward chocolates or Jelly Belly jelly beans.
The friendly, accommodating staff at Bakers Park guides confection connoisseurs through an eye-dazzling library of sugar-spiked comforts. Send your sweet tooth camping in the six-inch black forest cake ($15.95), or treat garden lovers or an indulgent rabbit to a six-inch carrot cake ($15.95). Pie zealots can delight in the nine-inch fruit tart ($16.95), while thimble-sized sugar aficionados can nibble ecstatically on a 12-inch chocolate chip cookie ($21.95). View a full list of flavorful morsels, including many sugar-free inventions, here.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Dec 27, 2011. Amount paid never expires. Limit 3 per person. Limit 1 per visit. Not valid on chocolates or Jelly Belly jelly beans. Must use in 1 visit. Not valid with other offers. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About Bakers Park
Bakers Park's cakesmiths are visual artists, using buttercream and fondant like a painter uses watercolors and buttercream. They draw from a large palette, mixing batter into flavors such as chocolate or red velvet. Eventually, all of these components come together into an elaborate design, such as a birthday cake shaped like a giant cheeseburger, or a baby shower cake that looks like a kid's shoe. And while they specialize in these sorts of cakes, not everything the bakers create is destined for a party. They also make cookies, cupcakes, pies, and other everyday treats.
Though their processes are meticulous, there are no secret recipes at Bakers Park. The bakers happily teach the tricks of their trade to curious would-be confectioners during cake classes.