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#1 ryann14

 
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Posted 27 March 2014 - 09:27 PM

Hey guys,

I am getting married next year and I was going to start looking, tasting and everything else that goes with looking at wedding cakes.

I was wondering if you guys could suggest a bakery, hopefully in Denver, Colorado but if you could suggest a wedding cake bakery that you guys know, love and trust would be great.

Thanks

Ryann


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Posted 28 March 2014 - 09:04 AM

Congratulations!

 

I believe  Denver, Colorado is really making strides in gluten free food products.  I think Udi's brand originated there and owns some restaurants and bakery. 

 

Can you look out for any gluten free food fairs in your area?

 

Apparently they are running a contest to rename Udi's.  (Probably because of Rudi's gluten free products)


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Posted 28 March 2014 - 02:46 PM

check out  Deby's.......


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Posted 28 March 2014 - 05:01 PM

Congratulations!

I believe Denver, Colorado is really making strides in gluten free food products. I think Udi's brand originated there and owns some restaurants and bakery.

Can you look out for any gluten free food fairs in your area?

Apparently they are running a contest to rename Udi's. (Probably because of Rudi's gluten free products)

I agree. I think there are a few gluten-free bakeries in the Denver area - just google them.

I hadn't heard that the company that owns Udi's bread was trying to change the name. I doubt it has anything to do with Rudis. Udis bread was sold a few years ago. The restaurants, owned by someone different than the bread, are not doing much gluten-free food anymore.

Edit: looks like the catering-restaurant company is changing the name. Not sure if it was sold, too.

Edited by kareng, 28 March 2014 - 05:03 PM.

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#5 Christina.V

 
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Posted 12 May 2014 - 12:07 PM

She isn't in Denver, but in Northern Colorado The Cake Lady is AMAZING! www.thecakeladyshop.com 

 

She's a personal friend of mine and can definitely do gluten-free. Since she's a small operation you don't need to worry about cc. I've had many of her cakes *although none gluten-free* but I can say they are delicious and absolutely GORGEOUS!!!


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