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Labadie's Bakery

Labadie's Bakery

Our fresh baked Chocolate Whoopie Pies are the best in the state of Maine. We at Labadie's Bakery started baking Whoopie pies back in 1925 and haven't stopped since. Everyday we bake thousand's of them and then they are shipped all over Maine and the USA. Now they are available to you, delivered right to your door. Visit our Bakery Page for a great selection of Maine made Whoopie pies.

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Ruth Hunt Candy

It all began in the kitchen of her Mt. Sterling, Kentucky home, where Ruth Tharpe Hunt served homemade sweets to her bridge club. In 1921 she decided to start a small candy business. Today, still located in Mt. Sterling, Ruth Hunt Candies remains a Kentucky landmark.

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Dad's Bourbon Balls

Dad's Bourbon Balls

After a single bite, you'll close your eyes and relax as all your worries are whisked away. The rush of bourbon warms the heart, and the smooth chocolate melts the soul.

The trot of a champion thoroughbred gallops through your mind as you realize, you are home.

Indulge yourself in the delectable tradition of the finest hand made 90 Proof Kentucky Straight Bourbon Whiskey, hand rolled with the freshest chopped pecans, sweet cream butter, sifted sugar, then hand dipped in thick, rich semi-sweet chocolate.

Each morsel is topped with the choicest hand sorted Pecan Half and gently wrapped in Gold Foil.

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The Bourbon Ball

The Bourbon Ball

A Gift of Impeccable Taste
These elegant confections blend the finest pure sweet cream butter and select English Walnuts in an authentic old-fashioned recipe with rich sumptuous chocolate and premium Old Forester Kentucky Straight Bourbon Whisky.

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Derby Pie

Derby Pie

Enjoy A Slice Of Kentucky History®

DERBY-PIE® was born nearly a half century ago as the specialty pastry of the Melrose Inn, at Prospect, Kentucky. Once developed, a proper name had to be given. Because each family member had a favorite, the name DERBY-PIE® was actually pulled from a hat.

And what a winner! By 1968 DERBY-PIE® had become so successful that the name was registered with the U.S. Patent Office and the Commonwealth of Kentucky (that's the reason for the ®!). Since then it has been baked and distributed solely by Kern's Kitchen, a small family operation.

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