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For those who fall within the majority of Americans who refuse to eat anything they didn’t make themselves, your paranoia is a blessing, and today’s side deal is here to reward your cooking xenophobia. For $30, you get a baking class at Kiss My Bundt's cooking academy, where you’ll learn how to lay down the perfect bundt, much to the chagrin of your prideful bundt-baker neighbor. Classes have a $50 or $55 value.
KMB’s owner and senior pastry chef, Chrysta Wilson, is on a mission to prove how accessible baking can be to mankind. Take one of many Introduction to Baking classes (not including the wine class), from intro to cakes to intro to frostings, flavor development, and fall flavors. The cake and frosting course provides an education in flavor pairings where groups of five or fewer will invent a new, custom cake-flavor and buttercream-frosting combination. You also get to leave with secret KMB recipes and a box of cakes. If all classes were so sweet then children would never call in sick using novelty cell phones.
The social bonding that comes from baking know-how is tremendous, and anyone who proclaims bundt-baking capabilities will draw a crowd. Upgrade your resume from cereal-prep to bundtcraft, a world that has a rich diaspora of learned citizens bonded by a common goal to increase the sweetness of the villages and towns around them.
NBC Los Angeles praises Kiss My Bundt for having
- ...sent that heftiest of cakes into its own special Shrink-o-matic, turning out petite and sweet little jewels.
- Unique, creative, and always amazingly yummy creations- fresh, moist, and fantastic. – Wendy K., CityVoter
- The different flavors, the moistness of the cake, the frosting doesn't taste like pure sugar and the owner is SO GREAT!!! – Phil, CityVoter
- These are the best bundt cakes I've ever had. – Usaji Yojimbo, Citysearch