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October 10, 2013 at 6:00 AM

New contender on ‘Cupcake Wars’ and more sweet news

Photo courtesy of Rachel Young Do we have a new contender for the region’s best cupcakes? A little-known — for now — Olympia-based business named Miss Moffett’s Mystical Cupcakes will be featured on the Food Network’s Cupcake Wars TV show on Saturday, Oct. 12. Owner Rachel Young and her mom, Victoria Cunningham, will…


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June 25, 2013 at 11:23 AM

‘Butter severs ties with Paula Deen’: catching up on the fiasco

File photo of Paula Deen by Carlo Allegri/AP

File photo of Paula Deen by Carlo Allegri/AP

It had to happen:

NEW YORK (AP) — Paula Deen lost another key business partner Monday: Butter said it is no longer working with her. The announcement came days after the Food Network said it would not renew the celebrity cook’s contract in the wake of revelations that she used racial slurs in the past..

It is, needless to say, a spoof article, one of the funnier ones to come out of the passionate debate over Deen’s recent remarks in a legal deposition. Writer Cheryl Reid-Simons continued on her Facebook page:

In a terse comment, Butter acknowledged its long association with Deen but said it would be cutting all ties with her and her brand. “Butter has a long and proud tradition of contributing to obesity and coronary disease in people of all races and ethnic backgrounds,” the dairy spread said. “At this point it seems clear that Ms. Deen is better suited to a relationship with margarine,” Butter said.

Lard, Salt and Sugar also issued statements Monday, indicating that they were “carefully evaluating” their relationship with Deen. “We will be monitoring the situation and the litigation carefully,” a spokesperson for Lard said.

Whether it’s serious analysis or careful corporate comments or comic relief, it’s been almost impossible to avoid talk about Deen’s remarks since they blew up the Internet (including Twitter) last week. Want to continue avoiding them? Click away now! For others, here’s a summary of the debates and updates:


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