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Raspberry apple stacks recipe advances to final round in Pillsbury Bake-Off

Last month, a Spokane woman asked area residents to vote online for her sister’s recipe in the Pillsbury Bake-Off.

This month, Kathy Coon called back to report her sister, Kelly Story of Sunnyside, Wash., will be going to Las Vegas to compete in the “Quick Rise and Shine Breakfast” category.

This was the first year in the 64-year history of the contest that fans had the chance to choose which recipes made the cut.

Story’s Raspberry Apple Stacks recipe stacked up.

She will be one of100 finalists competing for the $1 million grand prize next month.

Official rules and other information can be found at www.BakeOff.com.


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