If you have a sweet tooth and live anywhere near Boulder, consider yourself warned: Nathan Miller—the talented pastry chef whose desserts dazzled diners at The Kitchen for six years—is going mobile.
Miller has teamed up with Shannon Aten and her mint-colored Tasterie Truck to bring his confections to you. Think fresh-from-the-oven homemade Twinkies, filled to order with the likes of lemon curd, whipped cream, or buttercream frosting. Or tiny date-and-almond Bundt cakes drizzled with a ginger-toffee sauce so sticky it has to be served in a box. There will also be warm oatmeal-raisin-bacon cookies and cupcakes in flavors such as caramel-apple cider, cinnamon roll, mudslide, Dark and Stormy, and Guinness-Baileys.
Miller’s signature dark chocolates from his Massive Confections line (soon to be re-branded as Nathan Miller’s Chocolates) will also be onboard.
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