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The Friends Turning Bundt Cake into Big Business

Two women bring back a discarded dessert, and create a national hit.
Dena Tripp and Debbie Shwetz of Nothing Bundt Cakes Source: Alex Hoerner

Behold the bundt cake, the ring-shaped dessert that enjoyed a brief golden age in the 1960s -- before becoming a staple of potlucks and afternoons with Grandma. But then, in 1997, Dena Tripp brought a Bundt cake to her friend Debbie

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