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Creative Raised Doughnuts Pop-Up Finds a Permanent Home

Plus Essential Baking’s Take and Bake breads go nationwide, former Starbucks CEO dies, and more news

Mi Kim is popping up Raised Doughnuts while she searches for a permanent home.
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  • Mi Kim’s popular but intermittent pop-up Raised Doughnuts has found a permanent home in the Central District. Her gluten-free mochi doughnuts, maple bars, and raspberry holes will live at 23rd and Spring, hopefully by May.
  • Essential Baking Company’s Take and Bake bread is now being sold in select retailers nationwide. The bakery has also reduced the amount of packaging to reduce waste.
  • With its unusually shaped Mexican baked goods and its drag queen costume-inspired Rupaul’s Drag Cakes, Wallingford’s Cubes Baking Co. has been named Small Business of the Month by Seattle’s Office of Economic Development.

Cubes Baking Co.

2315 N 45th St, Seattle, WA 98103 (206) 257-4299 Visit Website

Starbucks HQ

2401 Utah Ave South, Seattle, WA 98134 (206) 624-9496 Visit Website

Essential Baking Company

1604 N 34th St, Seattle, WA 98103 (206) 545-0444 Visit Website

Raised Doughnuts

1101 23rd Avenue, , WA 98122 (206) 945-2353 Visit Website

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