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Oct102012

TATE'S Bake Shop Creator & Author @ King's Market Oct 13

In celebration of Kathleen King's new cookbook, BAKING FOR FRIENDS: Over 120 scrumptious recipes from Southampton's favorite baker, Kings Food Markets will host a book signing and Q&A with Kathleen at its Old Greenwich, Connecticut store location on Saturday, October 13th at 12p.m. Guests attending will have the opportunity to meet the author and taste some of Tate's delicious sweets.

WHY: BAKING FOR FRIENDS is the ideal go-to cookbook for beginning bakers and professionals alike. Featuring mouthwatering recipes perfect for both special occasions and everyday baking, chapters range from Muffins, Scones & Shortcakes to Pies, Tarts & Crisps to Tea Loaves & Quick Breads, to Party Cakes & Cupcakes and of course - Cookies!  The book also offers delectable, taste-tested recipes for readers with dietary restrictions, including gluten-free, low-fat, vegan, and nut-free.  Each chapter also features Kathleen's innovative baking tips and tricks, designed to help save precious time and energy in the kitchen.

WHO: Kathleen King, creator and owner of the nationally acclaimed Tate's Bake Shop.

WHEN: Saturday, October 13th at 12p.m.

WHERE: Kings Food Markets, 26 Arcadia Road Old Greenwich, CT 06870

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