Many other orders followed, including a 2011 debut appearance on the QVC shopping network promoting Valentine's Day with a package called "Love at First Bite." More than 36,000 of her cake bites sold in seven minutes. Faulkner Brown appeared again on Rachael Ray in spring 2012 to highlight how being on the famous cook's show has changed her life. And word continues to spread about the Sweet Tooth Fairy.
"We've reached out beyond our stores and cater for other groups," she says, "including Disney in Anaheim. One of our great customers — Sumner Redstone, a majority owner of Paramount Pictures (among other media corporations) — likes our coconut cake bites and even flew his private plane to one of our store openings."
"This is such a wonderful opportunity for me and my family," Faulkner Brown says. "We're in the business of making memories. People come to us to celebrate birthdays, weddings, and other special occasions. They come to us for funerals. I learned the art of hospitality from my sweet dad, who passed away in 2004, and that spirit is reflected in every aspect of the Sweet Tooth Fairy. I kept my maiden name in addition to my married name as a way to honor him."
She adds, "Baking was magic to me as a child. It still is."
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