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Kiss My Bundt Celebrates 1 Year, Upcoming Cookbook

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It's been almost a year since the popular alternative cupcakery opened its doors on West 3rd Street, TastingTableLA reminds us in an e-mail. Back then, LAist Contributor Caroline on Crack was happy with the bakery for three reasons: "1) they are available in teeny tiny cupcake-size bundts rather than not-so-cute bundt cake slices, 2) they aren't uber sweet, making them a perfect coffee complement and 3) the small bundts are pleasantly cheaper than most cupcakes out there." Come November, baker Chrysta Wilson will release a Kiss My Bundt cookbook featuring 50 flavors she has developed (chocolate-bacon, anyone?). TastingTable has an exclusive recipe if you're ready start baking--try out the Tequila-Lime Pound Cake With Vanilla Glaze (.pdf). If you're the more hands-on type, Wilson offers classes, too.