This year's Christmas order form is here. Cookies, cakes, tasty breads, gift cards -- everything you need for a tasty holiday.
Grammy's "Kids in the Kitchen" is a fun-filled time when parents and children have an opportunity to share a hands-on experience making, decorating, and eating delicious treats.
"Kids in the Kitchen" sessions provide a healthy, nurturing environment where children can practice social skills and learn at the same time. Grammy's 40 years as an Elementary teacher and professional baker and decorator shine as children learn to sing in Italian and English, dance and participate in fun activities. Everyone walks away with a smile on their face an an Italian song in their heart!
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Download our new catering and box lunch menu! Choose your own salads, main courses, sides, and of course desserts. Perfect for your next office party or holiday dinners.
Check out our latest creations from November 2012
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We made an awesome cake for the new Kings Island Dinosaurs Alive! Animatronic Dinosaur Park....
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DINOSAURS ROAR TO LIFE IN WORLD'S LARGEST ANIMATRONIC
DINOSAUR PARK AT KINGS ISLAND
Dinosaurs Alive! at Kings Island features more than 60 life-sized dinosaurs in a 12.5 acre Jurassic forest setting, including 56 animatronic models.
Highlights of Dinosaurs Alive! include the vicious-looking Irritator and its cousins the Baryonyx and the Spinosaurus, the lizard-like Stegosaurus, the meat-eating Tyrannosaurus Rex, the three-horned Triceratops and the flying Pteranodon.
Four of the dinosaurs have interactive consoles which allow guests to guide dinosaur movement so they can see how scientists believe each dinosaur moved its arms, tail, mouth and eyes. There is also an excavation site replica, a kids’ paleontological dig site where visitors can uncover prehistoric fossils, and a 1,500 square-foot dinosaur-themed gift shop.