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The Tennessean

Even if you’re not attending the Southern Ground Music & Food Festival, you can still find others ways to get your nosh on in Nashville and Middle Tennessee this weekend.  Tonight at the Night Market, the Nashville Farmers’ Market will host a feast of farm specials as well as dinner and snack options from its restaurants and vendors.

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Nashville Scene

Let me start by apologizing to the rest of the lunch crowd at the Nashville Farmers’ Market trying to elbow into the queue by the glowing pizza oven at Bella Nashville. I was the one in front of you, ordering a half-dozen pizzas and as many hand-crafted sodas and then changing my mind to add another few drinks and another pizza or so. And then, when the pint-sized posse I had in tow ate more hummus and vegetables — disguised cleverly as pizza — than I can usually convince them to eat in a fortnight, that was me again, getting back in line and jamming up the works with another round of orders.

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The Tennessean

The husband-and-wife duo behind this bakery overhauled their home kitchen into a commercial space to keep Nashville-area residents enjoying their cakes, breads and cookies. Look for The Sweet Stash at the Nashville Farmers Market. The Mays also make deliveries on orders when requested.

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The Bakery Spot

We’re excited to bring another bakery interview to our readers! This time, we’ve interviewed Whitney May of The Sweet Stash in Nashville, TN! I served their Chocolate Guinness Cupcakes at my fiance’s beer tasting brew bash last year, and they were a huge crowd-pleaser! Delish!

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Southern Exposure Magazine

You know you have one – that little section of your pantry or maybe cabinet or drawer. Wherever it is, it’s sacred. It’s got the goods – chocolate, gummy bears, jellybeans, chocolate… did I mention chocolate yet? It’s your sweet stash, and you know you have one. So do Whitney and Vaughn May. In fact, they’ve pretty much turned their Franklin, Tenn. home into one with the start of their new business The Sweet Stash, baking cupcakes, truffles and other dessert confections.

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Nashville Scene

In the light of a tragedy like the Nashville Flood, it might seem silly to get worked up, worried and emotional about the place where you buy groceries. But for those of us who do our shopping at the Nashville Farmers’ Market, there’s a bond between buyer and purveyor you won’t likely find…

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Start Up Princess

Did you ever grow up wanting to own a candy store? Whitney May is living most children’s dream with her delightfully, delicious, Sweet Stash. Owning and operating her own bakery, Whitney is selling cupcakes, truffles and desserts to anyone who has the tooth to enjoy. Follow Whitney and her cookie crumb trail on Twitter and Facebook!

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Help and Be Hip

Nashville, prepare to welcome another great store to this already-rad city. Next month, 7 For All Mankind will join the ranks at The Mall at Green Hills. Find it on the lower level across from Betsey Johnson and bebe. And just down I-65, satisfy your sweet tooth with the newest member of Middle Tennesssee’s burgeoning sweets scene. The Sweet Stash, located at 420 William Wallace Drive in Franklin, serves up the tastiest in cookies, truffles, dessert bars, and of course, cupcakes!

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Press Release

Franklin, Tennessee – A new family-owned business recently opened its doors in Franklin, offering personalized baked goods and catering services for special events and large gatherings. The Sweet Stash, co-owned by Whitney and Vaughn May of Franklin, provides “more than just cake,” customizing cookies for a shower, truffles for a loved one, an assorted dessert bar for a wedding, or even pupcakes for Fido. “We take pride in creating a wide variety of delectable sweets both for everyday enjoyment as well as special events,” said Whitney May, a 2006 graduate of Belmont University in Nashville. “Our focus is on creativity and precision, so each cupcake is hand-crafted, each truffle hand-dipped, fresh when you order.” The personalized nature of the business allows the owners to be flexible with order turn-around and detailed with customization. The Sweet Stash takes orders online, by phone & by email. Some items available for nationwide shipping.

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Cupcakes Take the Cake

The Sweet Stash will be opening soon in Franklin, Tennessee, and owner Whitney May sent us these photos by Cameron Powell of sweet stauches, as in moustaches. Adorable! They plan to be open by the 2009 holiday season and…

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