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Food for Thought III

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Grandmas Secrets

Grandmas Secrets


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This week we continue with a line up of superstars who took their passion for food to new heights!

Lets welcome Sally Minier, the owner and operator of Sweet Sally’s Bakeshop, gave up a high powered Wall Street career to start her online artisan bakery based on – literally – grandma’s secrets. She started with a single baker – herself – and two products. Today she has two full-time bakers, in addition to herself, producing some 50 different products in her Hawthorne, NJ kitchen and has developed a specialty in gluten-free goodies. She has been profiled in the Wall Street Journal, The Chicago Tribune, The New York Daily News, Dailycandy.com, Food Service Director, The National Culinary Review, The Food Channel, Food and Beverage World, Jewish Woman Magazine and numerous other publications. Find her @:www.sweetsallys.com.

Amy Goldsmith is founder of Aunt Ida's gourmet all natural
baked goods, such as European style coffee cakes, breads, cookies and more. The line is based on her great Aunt Ida's recipes, but updated to give it a contemporary twist. They been featured on Home Shopping Network and in catalogs.
Find them @ www.AuntIdas.com.

The Blueberry Bakery is a true women's success story: founded by two women - one an attorney in a previous life and the other a roller derby queen, they are currently producing the most creative cupcakes, cake pops, cakes and caramel apples out there and hope to get a brick and mortar location this fall. Find them @: www.facebook.com/blueberrybakery.

So tune in, call in, chat in, and as always, stay inspired! And Happy Holidays to all.