FoodCrafters: Sweet!

By: Mark Levine
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Just got a look at the latest episode of FoodCrafters and it's looking pretty sweet.  Taste hunter and host, Aida Mollenkamp definitely has an eye for outstanding-looking treats in this episode...

In the latest FoodCrafters, Aida is all about keeping things purely decadent as she tracks down food artisans who create unparalleled sweet treats.  Grab a quick taste of the goods:

Baked -- Cookies and cakes that are so good, they've won awards from French Culinary Institute and America's Test Kitchen.  Plus, brownies that Oprah has picked as a 'Favorite Thing'.

Their jams look so delectable, we wanted to jump start the season with this Blueberry Tiramisu:

Chocolate from rare, pure origin vintages and unique blends that only incorporates the best of the best at every step of the creation process.

Plus, exotically-spiced ice creams in Los Angeles at Mashti Malone's and some delicate baked good enrobed in chocolate from SF-based Kika's Treats. Watch and let us know what you think.

What SWEET FoodCrafters should Aida hit next? Any can't-miss desserts in your town?

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