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Season 4

39 :04x01 - Sweet Mash-Ups

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40 :04x02 - Big Apple Breakfast

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41 :04x03 - San Fran Sweet Treats

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42 :04x04 - Portland Sweets

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43 :04x05 - Grown-Up Goodies

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44 :04x06 - Crazy Delicious Doughnuts

Everybody is going nuts for doughnuts and across the country doughnut shops are coming up with innovative new ways to re-invent this crowd favorite. In Portland, Oregon, there's a place that specializes in grown up versions that feature bold glazes and boozy fillings. In New York, old-school mini doughnuts made fresh to order are all the rage, the 15 different kinds of flavored sugars let you customize your own for a bite that has your name all over it. And in San Francisco, a charming little doughnut shop has developed a loyal following thanks to their light, supple doughnut and their seasonal silky cream fillings.

Source: Cooking Channel

45 :04x07 - Seattle Sweets

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46 :04x08 - Southern Sweets in Atlanta

Southern desserts are in a category all to their own combining big bold flavors with deep tradition. A perfect example is Sublime Doughnuts, which calls itself a "Doughnut Wonderland". The doughnuts and fritters are made with a sweet potato dough and come in fun shapes with decadent flavor combinations. CamiCakes Creamery reinvents traditional southern desserts like red velvet cake and lemon meringue pie and turns them into ice cream cake sandwiches. Pie Shop keeps with tradition and preserves the craft of pie making with southern favorites like Georgia Bourbon Pecan and Pineapple Chess Pie.

Source: Cooking Channel

47 :04x09 - European Sweets

Today we're getting a sweet taste of Europe right here in the U.S! First we head to Atlanta where the Little Tart Bakeshop rolls out decadently traditional French pastries to a hungry crowd. Then in New York City, the extremely popular Italian restaurant Maialino proves why you really must save room for dessert. And finally, we're off to Seattle where Nielsen's Pastries serves some of the most delightful and most unique Scandinavian treats, with recipes that have barely changed since its Danish owner settled here.

Source: Cooking Channel

48 :04x10 - Sweet Reinvention

We are traveling the country in search of people giving classic sweets a modern and delicious makeover. In New York City, a charming little shop is putting a gourmet spin on the crispy rice treat, with flavors loved by children and adults alike. In Atlanta, Georgia, the simple ice pop has been transformed into a frosty combination of real ingredients and unique textures perfect for cooling off on a hot day. And in Seattle, Washington, there's a new take on the soda shop that serves amazing ice cream floats, made with the house's premium ice creams and their very own dessert beers.

Source: Cooking Channel

49 :04x11 - Capital Cravings

We visit some of the world-class eateries that satisfy the sweet cravings of Washington, D.C.'s power brokers. First stop: GBD, which stands for "Golden Brown Delicious" - the perfect way to describe the unique doughnuts at this new hotspot. We'll visit Cupcakes Actually, which stocks its shelves with 10 varieties of this sweet treat daily, including its signature dipped cupcakes. And we'll sample the refreshing artisan gelato at Dolcezza, which combines local ingredients, old-world methods, and innovative flavors.

Source: Cooking Channel

50 :04x12 - Toronto Sweets

We head north of the border to Toronto, Canada where the childhood favorite of milk and cookies is taken to a whole new level. Moo Milk Bar offers a variety of classic and signature cookies like the Cowgirl that can be paired with their all-natural flavored milks including gingerbread, peanut butter and chocolate. Glory Hole Doughnuts specializes in artisanal yeast doughnuts made with all natural ingredients including the Lemon Ricotta Doughnut. Clafouti Patisserie is known for their exceptional croissants. We check out one of their inventive treats calleda crookie, which is a croissant with a cookie baked into it.

Source: Cooking Channel

51 :04x13 - Coolest Cookies

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Classification: Reality
Genre: Cooking/Food | Educational | Family | How To/Do It Yourself
Status: Returning Series
Network: Cooking Channel ( USA)
Airs: Sundays at 10:00 pm
Runtime: 30 Minutes
Premiere: April 24, 2011
Episode Order: 13
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