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Aundrea Dumas is the Founder, CEO & President of Legends Food, LLC, based in Atlanta, Georgia. She is also the former owner of Shirley Cutie Cakes Bakery, where she was a certified baker and cake designer. Aundrea is the visionary behind Cutie Cakes® a ready-to-pour/ready-to-bake cupcake/cake batter in a bottle. Aundrea begin her bakery business, “Shirley Cakes” in October 2012 to honor her mother’s memory and legacy. She created Cutie Cakes® cupcake/cake batter in 2014. She then renamed her  bakery to, Shirley Cutie Cakes.

Cutie Cakes® expanded in over 300 stores (Kroger, Coca-Cola, Giant Martin’s, and Giant

Food).  Aundrea is also the visionary gastronomic artist behind the world-famous and

original ShrabCakes®. ShrabCakes® was introduced in 2005 and sold in over 1,000

stores (Kroger, Costco, and Publix) Aundrea is a native of Savannah, Georgia, and

was greatly influenced by the culinary designs of her grandmother, Isabelle “MaBelle”

DeLancey Cuyler- Alston, and her mother, Shirley Ann Morris. She is also the inspiration

behind MaBelle’s Low-Country Brand.  In addition to her business interests, Aundrea

has served her community in many capacities; Peer-Proof Counselor, DeKalb County

School System; DeKalb County  Judicial Juvenile Review Panel Board, Judge Nash;

DeKalb County Superintendent Advisory Committee, DeKalb County School Board; and

Business Plan Advisor, Georgia Pacific (YEA), Youth Entrepreneurs of Atlanta.


Aundrea is a 2007 graduate of the FastTrac Growth Venture Program at Georgia State

University’s J Mack Robinson College of Business. She is Certified by the Women

Business Enterprise National Council.  Aundrea has been featured on numerous

media outlets including; Chef and The Fatman Food Talk Radio Show, 1160 AM;

Michael & Joi Radio Morning Show; WSAV-Channel 3 NBC, Savannah Coastal

Sunrise Morning Show; WEAS 93.1 FM, Savannah Gospel, and Afternoon Drive

Radio Show;  WSAV-Channel 3 NBC, The Bridge, Savannah Morning Show;

WTOC-Channel 11 CBS, Bounce, Savannah Afternoon Show; WAGA-Channel

5 Fox, Good Day Atlanta Morning Show; the Savannah Now Newspaper; the

Atlanta Journal-Constitution; the Savannah Tribune; the Atlanta Daily World;

and Gospel Today Magazine.


Aundrea’s company was recognized by the Atlanta Tribune Magazine as one of

Atlanta’s Top 25 Black-Owned Companies. Additionally, Aundrea received a

VIP Board nomination by United Way; Recognition as one of the 25 Most

Influential Women In The World by Rolling Out Magazine; Nominated and 1st

winner up for Supplier of the Year by Georgia Minority Supplier Diversity Council;

Featured Artist at the Savannah Black Heritage Festival, and Nominated by

Coca-Cola for Ernst & Young Entrepreneur of the Year Award. Among Aundrea’s

other recognitions are the Governor’s Citation Award; GE Capital Spotlight of

Excellence Award; and Yesterday Story Today’s Legacy Award.  


Aundrea is also the author of three books, The House That Cooks Love,

The House That Cooks Love Too and Recipe 2 Retail®.  Aundrea was also

featured as a celebrity rotating judge on TV One’s reality cooking show,

My Momma Throws Down.

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