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A royal baby and 'Cake Middleton'

By George, it's a boy! The world sends congratulations to Will and Kate with edible delights.

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Always working to keep up with its competitor, Krispe Kreme has chocolate donuts with frosting in the shape of baby feet, and either pink or blue filling. 

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Ben Frederick is a contributor to The Christian Science Monitor.

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Limited edition royal baby cheese

Aged over a year, this cheese has been a long time coming, apparently. It comes in small 7-ounce size or a 9 lb. deli wheel sold exclusively at Whole Foods in the United States. The official title is "Westminster Royal Addition Cheddar." That wheel of cheese weighs more than baby George, by the way, who clocked in at 8 lbs. 6 ounces. But they have the same amount of fuzz.

Royal family pizza

After a tough haul to welcome the little prince, Kate and Will ordered a pizza to celebrate. But it probably looked nothing like them. Scottish born Italian pizzamaker Domenico Crolla – who is a bit of a pizza artist with his Marilyn Monroe and Mona Lisa pizzas – fashioned a portrait of the royal family on a square of dough. Not much more can be said, but it looks delicious. We think he should auction it on eBay, that kind of stuff does well there. (Remember the Jesus Toast?)

Various other royal baby cakes

Finedininglovers.com has assembled a knock-out list of baby-themed cakes, we think the one with the crown/crib, uh, takes the cake. They have taken the term cute food to new royal levels.

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