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Pattycake Bakery Adopts Rad Dog

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Two of Columbus’ favorite vegetarian businesses have joined forces to bring Columbus more deliciousness.

When Tawd Bell decided he wanted to sell Rad Dog, his all vegan hot dog business, Jennie Scheinbach of Pattycake Bakery was one of the first people he told. “I’ve always loved Rad Dog! – the hotdogs, the concept, the brand, and Tawd himself, and when Tawd told me he wanted to sell (his business), it seemed like a natural fit for Pattycake. “Out of all the people in Columbus that I would ever think that would own Rad Dog!, besides myself, Pattycake is who I would want to own it,” says Tawd Bell.

Pattycake Bakery and Rad Dog! have been working together since Rad Dog!’s inception in July of 2008. Pattycake was Rad Dog!’s first commissary; the relationship developed through the popular Rad Dog!/Sticky Challenge, where folks are challenged to eat an entire delicious Rad Dog! and one of Pattycake’s huge and amazing sticky buns. Those who accomplish the feat get their picture taken and put on the wall of fame at Pattycake.

The merger is an exciting development for Pattycake and Rad Dog, with plans for continued event partnership, catering packages, and Rad Dog vending lunches at Pattycake in Clintonville. Bell will continue to work the Rad Dog cart, with a couple of fresh new faces joining the team as well.

More info can be found online at www.PattycakeVeganBakery.com.

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