Orthodox Jewish Baker Competes In Food Network’s “Candy Land”

Miriam Adar, one of eleven children, born and bred in Lakewood, New Jersey, has been a lifelong artist. On a whim, she baked a fancy cake for her daughter’s birthday seven years ago. From there, she discovered that fancy fondant cake making was her new artistic passion. She opened a business in South Florida, and as her online presence grew, she got the surprise of a lifetime: an invitation to appear on the Food Network.

Hear how Miriam dealt with her Jewish observance on the show, her craziest cake, and more!

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