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This fundraiser is a piece of cake

"Let Them Eat Cake: A Night at the Movies," on Monday, gets you a sugar rush.

This fundraiser is a piece of cake

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From 2012 event.
From 2012 event.

Forty professional bakers, pastry chefs and students will whip up fondant creations for the ninth “Let Them Eat Cake: A Night at the Movies,” on Monday, April 15, 2013, at 6 p.m., at the Marion (1301 Route 130 South, Cinnaminson).

It benefits City of Hope, a research and treatment center for cancer, diabetes and other life-threatening diseases.

Guests can sample pastry decorated in movie themes, swig Korbel champagne, and groove to sounds from Back 2 Life by Brandywine Valley Talent. Among judges is Ron Ben-Israel, host of cooking competition TV show Sweet Genius.

Tickets are $40 in advance and $50 at the door. For tickets, contact Harry Giordano at 215-985-0869. Parking is free. Info is here.

A partial list of bakeries and chefs signed up for 2013’s “Cake” event includes:

Granny Schmidt's, The Merion, Piece 'a Cake, Classic Cake, The Master's Baker, Adelaides Cakes, Artisserie Bakery, The Sweet Life Bakery, Good Foods to Go, Art Institute of Philadelphia (Eric Boerner), Sweet T's Bakeshop, The Ambler Bake Shop, Davio's Restaurant, Truly Custom Cakery, and the Restaurant School at Walnut Hill.

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