Throwdown with Bobby Flay and Sugardaddy’s!


Bobby Flay, host of the Food Network’s Throwdown With Bobby Flay, visited Columbus to challenge the bakery’s executive chef, Tom Finney, to a bake-off.

“With about 150 people watching… Flay baked brown-sugar blondies (a non-chocolate variety), while Finney cooked the blondies that have garnered rave reviews from Sugardaddy’s customers.”

“Until Flay walked through the door, however, Finney, and co-owner and co-founder Mark Ballard, thought they were being filmed as part of a new series.”

Read the article on the Columbus Dispatch website reviewing the competition.

Every Girl Needs a Sugar Daddy by Jennifer Iannolo

The Guilded ForkIn late 2006, by Jennifer Iannolo of The Guilded Fork enjoyed reviewing Sugardaddy’s brownies. Some snippets from her article:

“I don’t think I’ve ever tasted brownies and blondies so luscious.”

“The moment the package arrives you can see  [Sugardaddy’s] thought of every last detail.”

“I was swooning before I even got to the treats!”

Read the full article on their site:

Every Girl Needs a Sugar Daddy by Jennifer Iannolo 

October 2006

Everybody Wants a Sugardaddy by The Gilded Fork

The Guilded ForkChef Mark, of The Gilded Fork, speaks with owners, Tom Finney and Mark Ballard, of Sugardaddy’s to learn the secret of the perfect brownie.

“They create amazing, fresh baked ‘edgeless’ brownies and blondies, which are the perfect gift, since they are
packaged in beautiful silk bags with satin ribbons.”

Read excerpt from the interview or listen to the full podcast on their site:

Everybody Wants a Sugardaddy by Chef Mark Tafoya

October 2006

How Sweet It Is – Review in Woman’s Day

In the early days of Sugardaddy’s, Woman’s Day reviewed our gourmet brownies in an article named How Sweet It Is that appeared in the October 2006 issue.

Some snippets from Woman’s Day, October 2006:

“A whole new spin on brownies.”
“The best ingredients.”
“Sinfully rich and delicious.”

Sugardaddy’s Reviewed by TheNibble.Com

the-nibbleOne of our Sugardaddy’s first official reviews appeared in The Nibble, an online magazine about specialty foods. Some snippets from The Nibble:

“A most excellent concept.”
“And in the varieties of Sugardaddy’s Blondes and Brunettes, we most certainly have found some permanent favorites.”

Read the full article on their site:

Creative Brownies in the Round by
July 2006