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NJ's best bakery: Could this be the country's best crumb cake?

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NJ's best bakery: Could this be the country's best crumb cake?

It's our eighth N.J.'s best showdown over the past two and a half years; we've done N.J.'s best bar, best burger, best diner, best ice cream shop, best Italian restaurant; … Well, of course I tried the crumb cake; the crumbs immediately littered my passenger car seat (remind me to stock up on Scotchguard).
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Pasties: a church baking tradition with roots in England's mines

Cornish miners founded the Episcopal Church in Dover in 1852. Their wives and daughters founded a women's guild, which baked pasties. Men started contributing only in the 1970s, when the guild disbanded as more women pursued their own careers, said Nancy Adamczyk, a former guild member.
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