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Originally planning for an August [[2018]] debut, the shop's opening was delayed until Thanksgiving evening, [[November 22]].
 
Originally planning for an August [[2018]] debut, the shop's opening was delayed until Thanksgiving evening, [[November 22]].
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On [[November 28]], [[2020]] the Bells opened a 1,400 square foot second location in the [[Trussville Entertainment District]] in the same building as [[Ferus Artisan Ales]].
  
 
==References==
 
==References==
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* Chandler, Alyx (July 18, 2018) "Bringing in the dough." ''Iron City Ink''
 
* Chandler, Alyx (July 18, 2018) "Bringing in the dough." ''Iron City Ink''
 
* Beahm, Anna (November 21, 2018) "Birmingham cookie dough shop opening Thanksgiving Day." {{BN}}
 
* Beahm, Anna (November 21, 2018) "Birmingham cookie dough shop opening Thanksgiving Day." {{BN}}
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* Thomas, Erica (November 24, 2020) "Cookie Dough Magic to open soon in Trussville Entertainment District." {{TT}}
  
 
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==External links==
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[[Category:400 41st Street]]
 
[[Category:400 41st Street]]
 
[[Category:2018 establishments]]
 
[[Category:2018 establishments]]
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[[Category:Trussville Entertainment District]]

Revision as of 13:46, 24 November 2020

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Cookie Dough Magic in March 2019

Cookie Dough Magic is a specialty sweet shop located in the 400 41st Street building at 400 41st Street South in Avondale. It was founded by Chris and Melissa Bell using edible cookie dough recipes they developed using heat-treated flour and pasteurized eggs.

The shop features 12 types of edible cookie dough, served in cups or flavored waffle cones from The Konery in Brooklyn, New York. Coffee and soft drinks are also available, and the shop sells "party packs" and welcomes catering orders.

Originally planning for an August 2018 debut, the shop's opening was delayed until Thanksgiving evening, November 22.

On November 28, 2020 the Bells opened a 1,400 square foot second location in the Trussville Entertainment District in the same building as Ferus Artisan Ales.

References

  • Kennedy, Kara (June 13, 2018) "Birmingham’s first raw cookie dough shop opening soon on 41st Street in Avondale." BhamNow
  • Chandler, Alyx (July 18, 2018) "Bringing in the dough." Iron City Ink
  • Beahm, Anna (November 21, 2018) "Birmingham cookie dough shop opening Thanksgiving Day." The Birmingham News
  • Thomas, Erica (November 24, 2020) "Cookie Dough Magic to open soon in Trussville Entertainment District." Trussville Tribune

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