From Friday, November 20 through Thanksgiving Eve, Wednesday, November 25th, Short Street Cakes will host their seventh annual Cakesgiving Cake Sale.
Cakesgiving features five of the best-loved cake flavors at a reduced price and available for pick up without an advance order. Dozens of Medium-Sized (2-layer 8″) Italian Cream Cake, Strawberry Short Street, Fresh Apple Caramel Cakes, Sweet Potato Spice Cakes, and Gluten Free Vegan Triple Chocolate Ganache Cakes will be on hand every day during Thanksgiving Week, on sale at $31 apiece. The Cake Shop’s regular menu will also be available, at regular prices, with the regular minimum two days’ notice.
Short Street Cakes will also again be offering house-made, handmade pies for Thanksgiving by advance order only. Orders can be placed by phone or in person at the Cake Shop, with two days’ advance notice. Pie Flavors include: Blueberry Poppy Seed, Cherry Orange, Cranberry Orange, Caramel Apple, Ginger Pear, Bourbon Peach, Strawberry Rhubarb, Blackberry Cardamom, Sweet Potato Spice, Pumpkin Custard, Classic Pecan, Lemon Meringue, French Chocolate Silk, Key Lime, Banana Cream, and Coconut Cream. All 9” pies are $24. Gluten-free crust can be substituted upon request for an additional $2.
Short Street Cakes is also offering the now-classic PieCake (a whole pie baked inside a whole cake)! Guests can choose between Pecan Pie inside Sweet Potato Cake, Blueberry Pie inside Lemon Pound Cake, or Apple Pie inside Vanilla Pound Cake. Customers are asked to give 3 days’ notice when ordering Piecake. For more info about Piecake, please go to: http://shortstreetcakes.com/2012/11/04/piecake-the-turducken-of-dessert/.
As always, everything made at Short Street Cakes is 100% all-natural, from-scratch, and represents the very best in the classic tradition of Southern desserts. Cakesgiving hours: Monday-Saturday 8am to 6pm, Sunday 10am to 6pm. Short Street Cakes will be closed on Thursday, November 26, and Friday November 27. Call us at 828.505.4822 to order, or go to www.shortstreetcakes.com for more information.
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