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Episode 178: Put It in Your Bag and Pipe It!

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Episode 180: Crunch Time with the Granola Girls

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Episode 181: The Perfect Bite

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Episode 175: Girls Gone Wild

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The Lost Episode

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Episode 177: From The Caribbean to New Orleans: Chef Nina Compton & Island And Spice's Rochelle Oliver

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Episode 183: Did Someone Say Pie?

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Episode 182: Take A Coffee Break With The Chocolate Barista

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Cant Get Enough Carla Lalli Music

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Martha Stewart

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How does one go from women’s studies major to baking the cutest cakes imaginable? You’ll have to ask Lyndsay Sung, also known as Coco Cake Land. After she was gifted a KitchenAid as a wedding gift, Lyndsay’s baking obsession was born and she started working her way through the Martha Stewart Baking Handbook. Today she spends her days making magic out of buttercream. Best known for her cakes with cute animals and gorgeous flowers in her signature bright pastel palette, she doesn’t shy away from making the delicious political. She’s made cakes with feminist messages, including one for the Cherry Bombe #86This Project, as well as a Fuck Cancer Cake after she battled breast cancer. Her new book, Coco Cake Land: Cute and Pretty Party Cakes to Bake and Decorate, is out now.