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Published on March 29th, 2019 | by TLV News


Bakery Pop-Up Scheduled for Saturday, April 13

Breads, pastries and specialty desserts will be available starting at 10 am at Frog’s Pearl Station in Sardis, Mississippi

TriBecca Allie Café, Frog’s Pearl Station, and Foster Events (a division
of Grow Sardis) have partnered to create a Bakery Pop-Up on Saturday, April 13, in Sardis, Mississippi.

“Everyone in the area loves the bread and pastries that Dutch and Becca create for TriBecca Allie Café and Frog’s Pearl Station,” says Liz Barrett Foster, coordinator at Foster Events. “I thought it would be fun to bring together some guest favorites along with new treats for a one-day pop-up event. Luckily, Dutch and Becca agreed.”

The bakery pop-up will take place inside Frog’s Pearl Station, at 218 S. Main Street in Sardis, beginning at 10 am and will last until the baked goods run out.

“I’ve been thinking about some desserts I haven’t made in a while, like German crumb cake,” says Becca van Oostendorp, co-owner of TriBecca Allie Café and Frog’s Pearl Station. “But, I’m also preparing for cobbler, cinnamon rolls, cream puffs, scones, and lots of cookies.”

Find out more about Frog’s Pearl Station on Facebook and TriBecca Allie Café at www.tribeccaalliecafe.com. For additional details about the Bakery Pop-Up, contact Liz Barrett Foster at 662-380-6316 or writingtoliz@gmail.com.

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