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The Peace of Cake

A variety of choices to please the palate. (Click to zoom in.)

A variety of choices to please the palate. (Click to zoom in.) /Marie Celeste Miller, OP

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Cherry Festival - Click for larger view.

Cherry Festival - Click for larger view.

Java Jolt - Click for larger view.

Java Jolt - Click for larger view.

Her first job was in a bakery and fifty years later she is a serious baker. Marie Celeste Miller, a native of Grand Rapids, an art historian and Grand Rapids Dominican Sister, has launched a new business called The Peace of Cake: Confections by Celeste. Her cakes, cookies and bars—made in Dominican Center’s licensed kitchen— are both retro, contemporary and all elegantly presented. Beyond her day job, this new endeavor contributes to the support of work of the congregation and its elderly and infirm.

 Let The Peace of Cake: Confections by Celeste warm your Christmas gathering with delicious homemade cakes and sweets. They are full of flavor, rich in texture, varied in offerings; some old-fashioned, others contemporary, and all are elegant in presentation.

Be sure to check the online brochure and price list to guide your choices. The offerings that are most likely to be holiday hits are Red Velvet Chocolate Cake, Cherry Festival, La Grande Dame du Chocolat and Java Jolt. These are described in the brochure as well as directions for ordering.

For the holiday season, we also offer a variety of soft biscotti, among them Soft Spice, Cherry Almond and Double Chocolate Biscotti. To place your order, contact Sister Marie Celeste at 616.575.5608 from 9 a.m. to 9 p.m.; or for more information, email Celeste at [email protected] .
 

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