West Seattle food: Baked In Seattle sharing Blue Willow space

(Photo courtesy Shaw Dixon)
More baked goods, anyone? First, Heavenly Pastry – now, meet Baked In Seattle. If you visit The Junction during the next West Seattle Art Walk – Thursday, June 10th – Shaw Dixon invites you to come in and help her celebrate the “grand opening” of Baked In Seattle, sharing “bake space” with Blue Willow Catering and Luncheonette in The Junction (4310 SW Oregon), as well as, Shaw tells WSB, “selling products at the gorgeous luncheonette (and) wholesaling to small, natural groceries around Seattle such as Ken’s and Ralph’s.” Between 6 and 9 the evening of June 10th, you can stop in for free appetizers, wine as well as her specialties – mini-cheesecakes and fruit-filled crumble pie. This is Shaw’s second career – she worked for FedEx for more than a decade, but after a bout with thyroid cancer, she decided to go into business doing something she loved – and that turned out to be dessert-making!

4 Replies to "West Seattle food: Baked In Seattle sharing Blue Willow space"

  • Tina May 31, 2010 (8:28 pm)

    Good Luck hope to see you on the art walk. Are you going to have any gluten/wheat free items?

  • justme May 31, 2010 (8:34 pm)

    Wow, sounds like a good time with yummy food! Who wouldn’t want to be there! Welcome to this wonderful neighborhood!

  • shed22 June 1, 2010 (10:33 am)

    hmmm . . . baked in seattle? should we anticipate any special surprises in the brownies?

  • Angela June 2, 2010 (6:25 pm)

    I just finished the Orange Spice cheesecake and can now proceed with my life blissfully…that being said, I will definitely attend the opening of all of your yummy goodness!

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