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SFMOMA SERVES UP NEW ART-INSPIRED CAKES AT ROOFTOP COFFEE BAR

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    Mondrian Cake (vanilla and red velvet cake with chocolate ganache); photo: Charles Villyard

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    Caitlin Freeman on SFMOMA's Rooftop Garden; photo: Charles Villyard

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    Diebenkorn Trifle (layers of genoise cake, citrus mousse, and lemon curd topped with pomegranate gelée) is served in clear glasses and inspired by the work Ocean Park #122 (1980); photo: Charles Villyard

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    Frida Kahlo Mexican Wedding Cookies, walnut Mexican wedding cookies in a hand-printed box with a printed ribbon—a reference to the ribbon in Kahlo's wedding portrait Frieda and Diego Rivera (1931), on view the second-floor galleries; photo: Charles Villyard

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    Ellsworth Kelly Fudgsicle (Recchiuti chocolate, milk, cream, cocoa, sugar, and salt) is an homage to Kelly's Stele I (1973); photo: Charles Villyard

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    Jeff Koons White Hot Chocolate (white chocolate, cardamom, lemon zest, Lillet marshmallows, and gold leaf) is inspired by the work Michael Jackson and Bubbles (1988) and is served in ornate, gilded Turkish coffee cups; photo: Charles Villyard

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    Richard Serra Cookie Plate features three cookies (graham cracker, Swedish gingersnap, and chocolate sablé) and one citrus tuile with directions to make your own sculpture based on Serra's work Right Angle Plus One (1969), on view in the museum's fourth-floor galleries; photo: Charles Villyard

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    Richard Serra Cookie Plate features three cookies (graham cracker, Swedish gingersnap, and chocolate sablé) and one citrus tuile with directions to make your own sculpture based on Serra's work Right Angle Plus One (1969), on view in the museum's fourth-floor galleries; photo: Charles Villyard

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    Thiebaud Cake, inspired by the painting Chocolate Cake (1971), features layers of chocolate cake, coffee ganache, and vanilla buttercream; photo: Charles Villyard

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    Luc Tuymans Parfait, a heart-shaped crème fraiche parfait with Earl Grey tea shortbread atop crème de violette gelée, is inspired by Tuymans's painting St. Valentine (1994); photo: Charles Villyard

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    Luc Tuymans Parfait, a heart-shaped crème fraiche parfait with Earl Grey tea shortbread atop crème de violette gelée, is inspired by Tuymans's painting St. Valentine (1994); photo: Charles Villyard

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    Andy Warhol Pop Art Corn (popcorn covered in maple syrup and barrel-aged brandy with peanuts), which comes in a special hand-printed box with a temporary tattoo; photo: Charles Villyard

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    Andy Warhol Pop Art Corn (popcorn covered in maple syrup and barrel-aged brandy with peanuts), which comes in a special hand-printed box with a temporary tattoo; photo: Charles Villyard

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