sign posts

Perhaps
this is why 
on Broadway in the West 80s is 
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19 comments:

  1. Aww I'd hope not. They're quite up front about it. Besides, they sold dedelstein coffee cakes!

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  2. Food photography combined with
    shopping... what could be better
    than this ?

    Love it.. and now I need to
    raid the fridge.. thank you
    very much !!

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  3. I know they are talking about alllergies, but that's still pretty darn funny!

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  4. I would like one order of dedelstein coffee cake please!! Great Pic! Love Faye's comment!

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  5. Too bad they're not there anymore...that bundt cake looks good...

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  6. I don't want to live in a world where bakeries are nut free!

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  7. Oh, that is sad....I love nuts in my baked goods. But, my dh would be happy!

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  8. Oh, to me there's nothing more fun than a place full of nuts. I need one of those signs for my yard.

    wv: slince. I'll have a tiny slince of that edelstein coffee cake, but not a whole slice.

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  9. Some of us like and are not allergic to nuts :#

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  10. It never pays to have NUTS working for you ;0) LOL! Ok, that was bad, but I couldn't resist.

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  11. I'm sure that's meant in a literal and figurative way!!!! Looks yummy.

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  12. I'm with Caite. A nut-free world would be a horribly boring place!

    And I'll take two of the Darylized coffee cakes to go please!

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  13. Too bad. Some of my best friends are nuts.

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  14. Darn. I thought that would be one place I could into without worry, since Nuts are allowed.

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  15. I would have to go in for a taste of something good. Great shot. At least I'd know that this nut would be allowed in. My Dad used to say I was a hard nut to crack. I took that as a complement, LOL

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