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Eat Camille Cogswell’s favorite desserts at her Tiny Gallery Bake Sale

Find pies and cakes aplenty at a new weekly bake sale.

A pie with a golden brown crust.

Flaky, sumptuous pies appear at Camille’s bake sales on the regular.

If you head to Tiny Gallery at 34 Woodward Ave. in North Asheville most Tuesdays, you’ll find cake, sandwich cookies, and plenty of pies courtesy of Camille Cogswell.

Camille — baker, 2018 James Beard Rising Star, and 2020 Food & Wine Best New Chef — has started hosting the weekly bake sales on her days off (she works at MOTHER and Tall John’s). An impromptu passion project, the bake sale precedes Walnut Family Bakery, Camille’s forthcoming business that could open as soon as this year.

Tiny Gallery Bake Sales feature different desserts each week, with options for walk-ups and a more extensive menu available for pre-order. Past bake sales have seen peanut butter chess pie with hot fudge drizzle, ricotta pie with blueberry jam, and rye carrot cake. Is it Tuesday yet?

Stay tuned on Camille’s Instagram page for upcoming bake sales (usually held from 2-6 p.m.). Psst — There’s one tomorrow, April 11.

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