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Editor's note: This article was written by a Townsquare Media Northern New England radio personality and may contain the individual's views, opinions or personal experiences.

Have you got a craving for some old-fashioned lemon bars just like grandma used to make?  Well lucky residents in Dover, New Hampshire are in for a treat.  Literally.

There is a new bakery opening soon in Dover called A Southern Girl Bakery.

The best lemon bar I ever had was made by a friend in Georgia.  Baked goods don’t have to have a destination applied to them but people in the south do add something special to their cupcakes.  Maybe it’s just southern love.


What’s in Store


Do you need something that looks homemade but tastes like gold baked goods for a birthday party?  Southern Girl Bakery will have you covered.  They will be offering a variety of bars, cupcakes, cookies, birthday cakes, and even wedding cakes.  Baked goods that taste even better than they look, and they look fabulous.

Dietary Concerns

If you head over to Southern Girl Bakery’s website and are drooling over the delicious goodies featured there but have special dietary needs, have no fear.  A Southern Girl Bakery will be offering vegan (my daughter will be happy) and gluten-free.

If you have a special request, just ask.  Whether you are looking for a wedding cake or something for your next corporate team-building exercise, they have you covered.

Every day is a special occasion to treat yourself to some delicious baked goods, which is why I probably and am carrying a few extra pounds.  It doesn’t need to be anyone’s birthday for me to treat myself to cake.

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