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I visited Ina Garten’s favourite Hamptons store the place lobster salad prices $100 per pound, and it was a meals lover’s dream

I visited Loaves & Fishes, one in every of Ina Garten’s favourite meals shops.Rachel Askinasi/Insider

  • On a visit to the Hamptons in New York, I needed to take a look at a few of Ina Garten’s favourite spots.

  • I visited one in every of her go-to specialty-food shops, Loaves & Fishes.

  • A lot of the meals was outrageously costly, however the gadgets I attempted had been additionally scrumptious.

Ina Garten is the unofficial queen of the Hamptons.

Ina Garten in her kitchen

Ina Garten cooking in her East Hampton house.NBC/Contributor/Getty Pictures

Whereas the movie star chef and TV host typically movies in her

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Ree Drummond’s ‘Heavenly’ Mississippi Mud Cake Is a Chocolate Lover’s Dream

Ree Drummond has a go-to decadent chocolate cake recipe she mentioned she will be able to make in her sleep. The Pioneer Girl star’s Mississippi mud cake is ideal for the chocolate lover in your life.

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Ree Drummond made her Mississippi mud cake recipe on ‘The Pioneer Girl’

Drummond demonstrated easy methods to make her Mississippi mud cake recipe on an episode of The Pioneer Girl that featured “favourite chocolate treats.”

She defined, “We’re a household of chocolate lovers so I assumed it might be enjoyable for me to let you know

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After being laid off, she determined to make her cake adorning dream come true. Now she’s opening a Milwaukee cake studio.

A tall, spherical jungle-themed cake with a pink and gold cheetah print, shiny animals, inexperienced leaves and large pink flowers; desserts within the shapes of letters or numbers with butterflies, flowers and chocolate-covered strawberries; and desserts with liquor bottles popping out of the highest. 



Ashley's Baked Goods created this tall, round jungle-themed cake with pink and gold cheetah print, shiny animals, green leaves and big pink flowers.


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Ashley’s Baked Items created this tall, spherical jungle-themed cake with pink and gold cheetah print, shiny animals, inexperienced leaves and large pink flowers.

These are just a few of the creations cake decorator Ashley Williams has accomplished since launching her enterprise, Ashley’s Baked Items, in 2019. 

And whereas her fundamental focus is customized desserts,

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At Nobu Malibu, Dream Time With the Famous and Almost Famous

MALIBU, Calif. — Look, but don’t make it obvious. Is that Bella Hadid? Or, is that a person who’s worked extremely hard to make herself look like Bella Hadid?

The dining room at Nobu Malibu spills outside, floating dreamily above the Pacific Ocean. It’s full of people of indeterminable ages with plumped, glowy skin and long, extra-thick eyelashes, wearing soft, unwrinkled fabrics and layers of gold chains.

Some are regulars, power lunching; others celebrate special occasions (including the win of the reservation itself, still borderline impossible). But everyone’s playing some version of this game: Look! Is that …?

In this

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GlenOak grad pivots when her kitchen dream is derailed

CANTON — Octavia Stokes had dreams of becoming a world-famous chef from the time she was 5 years old. 

Much of her youth has been spent pursuing the dream. The 2015 GlenOak High School graduate was captain of Jackson High School’s culinary arts team, with plans to attend the Culinary Arts Academy of Switzerland after graduation.

After her father, Ronald Jr., unexpectedly died in Fall 2011, Stokes herself was stricken with narcolepsy with cataplexy in December. Doctors told her she wouldn’t be able to handle a knife.

Though dreams of studying Switzerland were dashed, an undaunted Stokes found the right

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COVID relief fund helps Milford baker’s dream come true

MILFORD — Adrianna Robles’s dream was nearly over just weeks before it came true.

Having signed the lease on her Milford cupcake shop, Good Morning Cupcake, on March 1, she was planning her May grand opening when the COVID-19 pandemic struck and the state went into lockdown.

“But you know, once you sign that lease, that means you have to keep signing those monthly checks,” she said. “I had spent all the money to open out of my bank account, and then the state locked down before I could open, and I was like, ‘oh, boy, now what.’”

Robles,

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