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Pudding Time at Night Kitchen Bakery
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by on April 11, 2013November 29, 2018

Pudding Time at Night Kitchen Bakery

Zagat.com By Danya Henninger While it’s nearly impossible to eat a cupcake without looking dumb (there’s one way, see here), pudding doesn’t have that problem. Spoonfuls of the stuff give you sweet, flavor satisfaction without the heavy feeling of cake or candy, making it a perfect treat for spring. Amy Edelman of Night Kitchen Bakery...

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MarketBasket: Taking on the Cupcakes
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by on March 27, 2013November 29, 2018

MarketBasket: Taking on the Cupcakes

Philly.com By Maureen Fitzgerald Why did Night Kitchen bakery owner Amy Edelman decide to start making pudding? “I was so sick of cupcakes,” she said. So the bakery known for fabulous birthday and wedding cakes came up with another individual treat: cups of delicious, decadent pudding, in flavors like rice, chocolate, key lime, and, our...

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by on March 6, 2013November 29, 2018

Pudding Is The New Cupcakes

FooBooz.com By Jason Sheehan One of these days, something is going to have to come along and knock the cupcake off its pedestal as the world’s most overdone cutesy food trend. And right now, Amy Edelman from Night Kitchen Bakery in Chestnut Hill is hoping that pudding is going to be that thing. Not crappy...

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by on January 29, 2013November 29, 2018

Mama, Philly Snacks

NewsWorks Philly By Maleka Fruean It’s the little things in life, right? That’s definitely what my kids think, especially after a long day at school. They’re tired. They’re jumpy. They’re hungry. And sometimes, they come home with an immediate bad attitude. After weeks of frustrating behavior right after school, and some challenging behavior in school,...

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There’s No Getting Around Pie Not at This Time of Year
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by on November 15, 2012November 29, 2018

There’s No Getting Around Pie Not at This Time of Year

The Philadelphia Inquirer By Elisa Ludwig There’s no getting around pie, not at this time of year. No matter how innovative our kitchens, there’s always going to be a mandate for pumpkin, a demand for apple, an insistence on pecan, especially on the Thanksgiving table. “It’s just a traditional thing. Most people love the idea...

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