Sweet Affairs' Stone-Inspired Cake



PETER TAYLOR

WHO SAYS MARBLE is only meant for countertops? This stone-inspired cake by Sweet Affairs brings the elegance of the swoon-worthy slabs to your kitchen in an edible form. Owner Jossie Perlmutter was one of the city’s best pastry chefs when she decided to leave restaurants and work full-time on her cake business. Order one for your soirée or celebration and leave your guests talking—through mouthfuls of delicious cake, of course. Buttercream cakes from $55; custom cakes from $250. Sweet Affairs, sweetaffairscharlotte@gmail.com.

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