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Save My Bakery

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  • Last episode S1E9 aired 2014-05-22
    7 years ago
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aired 2014-05-22 (7 years ago)
Baking Excuses: Ann's Bakery
Season: 1 | Episode: 9
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In each episode of Save My Bakery renowned Cake Maestro Kerry Vincent answers the desperate call of a bakery owner in over his or her head, and helps get the establishment back on its feet. She gives each place a makeover from the inside out, turning stale pastries into delectable deserts and outdated decor into a brand-new, inviting space. Can Kerry force people to finally face the truth and make changes they have refused to make in the past? Can she breathe new life into a failing business? You bet she can. This is Save My Bakery.

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Started: Mar/19/2014
Usually airs on: Wednesday

Type: Reality
Genres: Cooking/Food Design/Decorating
Country: US US
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