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Mrs. Stallings Bakery

Posted by nanw 
Mrs. Stallings Bakery
January 10, 2003 10:28AM
There was a bakery which specialized in wedding cakes run out of a private home in the Oak Lawn section of Dallas on a corner at or near Holland St, (at least during the 50's and 60's.) I only knew it as Mrs. Stalling's.
Does anyone know what became of the business and/or the recipes?
Re: Mrs. Stallings Bakery
January 10, 2003 12:08PM
This brings to mind another similar bakery, which I believe was "Braden's Cake Shop" or "Bakery", which was in Oak Cliff. Any information on this ?
Jim Wheat
Re: Mrs. Stallings Bakery
January 10, 2003 02:09PM
Mrs. Stallings Cake Shop (Mrs. Myrtle Stallings), 3828 Hall
Stallings, Myrtle E. (widow of Joe; Mrs. Stallings Cake Shop), householder @3828 Hall
Stallings, Robert (wife: Jo; Stallings Cake Shop), householder @ 3142 Cridelle ave.
Source: Worley's Dallas City Directory, 1957, p. 1235.
Jim Wheat
Braden Cake Shop
January 10, 2003 02:11PM
Braden Cake Shop (Roy B. and Mrs. Kath S. Braden), 4 1/2 Highland Park Shopping Village, 1913 and 1917 Skillman and 4527 Travis.
Braden, Mrs, Kath S. (Braden Cake Shop), residence: 3517 Stanford
Braden, Roy B. (wife: Kath S.; Braden Cake Shops), residence: 3517 Stanford.
Source: Worley's Dallas City Directory, 1957, p. 133.
Re: Mrs. Stallings Bakery
January 10, 2003 02:22PM
My mom used to get birthday cakes from someplace (I think) in Highland Park Village... but my recollection was that it was called "Mrs. Stein's Bakery"... which may just be my misinterpretation of "Stallings", (or maybe it was a different place). (Jim was there a Mrs. Stein's someplace?)
She got them to put all kinds of crazy stuff on the birthday cakes... one was a toy train, and another included several dinosaurs (for my brother who's now a paleontologist). I was just looking at some of these home movies with my bro. over the holidays.
My recollection was that the bakery where we got the cakes (Stallings or Steins?) also had pretty good doughnuts and "Bismark's". (Interestingly in Dallas, a Bismark was a flat cookie-like thing, and when we moved to CA, a Bismark was a snail-like cinnamon roll (fluffy, not flat).
Jim Wheat
Stein's Cake Box
January 10, 2003 04:29PM
Stein's Cake Box (Otto F. Stein), 6136 Luther lane.
Source: Worley's Dallas City Directory, 1957, p. 1243.
Re: Braden's Bakery
January 10, 2003 06:23PM
Jim Wheat-
Thanks again for this and all the other information you post !
I think the Braden's in question might have been another family.....maybe a small "mom and pop" operation. I remember a daughter, Ripple Ann Braden, was in one of my classes at Trinity Heights (now Harrel Budd) Elementary School.
Re: Mrs. Stallings Bakery
August 21, 2017 01:10PM
Double Fudge Chocolate Cake
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