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Tasty artisan Eastern European treats delivered to your door: ArankasArt

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Etsy, the artisan sales site, has come a long way from offering tie-dyed t-shirts. All kinds of food artisans are creating masterpieces that can be sent right to your door! ArankasArt is baking up the traditional goodies of Hungary and Eastern Europe; I was very happy to be hosted to experience it!

Let's face it, who doesn't appreciate home-baked goodies? I don't even have a great bakery near me with traditional things that my grandmother would have made. I'm going to bake, either. I don't have time, don't want to clean up and baking takes precision . . . I'm a daydreamer.

So, ArankasArt to the rescue! I tried homemade bagels filled with poppy seeds . . . kind of a bagel meets rugelach. Bright tasting, not too sweet. The texture is tender. It's all natural, which is awesome! It's perfect to bring out for guests. If you're on a date and want to invite someone in for coffee, I think these dessert bagels say, "I'm a class act!"

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