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Monday, February 21, 2011

{Monday's Great Find} An New Bakery Business

Monday's Great Find has been revived today!  As I am in the busiest time of year in my day job, I cannot guarantee a regular appearance of Monday's Great Find, but I will keep it returning as time permits!

Today, I would like to introduce a business that is in it's very beginning stages. This is a very special feature to me, because it is my mom's bakery business: A Sweet Deal!!!



A Sweet Deal's creator, my mother Jeanette, is a homemaker extraordinaire, an amazing cook and baker, a cook book author (North Meets South), etc.  It is her dream to start a bakery of her own.  She has recently been taking cake baking and decorating classes in order to move closer to her dream.  A Sweet Deal will begin as a small business offering a variety of cake and cupcake delights in the Bradenton/Sarasota region of FL.  As Jeanette's daughter, I can attest to the perfection of her baked goods!  She is famous amongst our family and friends for her yearly gourmet Christmas cookies assortment (she bakes hundreds every year).  And, I am lucky to be the guinea pig who gets to taste many of the cake and frosting flavors that A Sweet Deal will be offering.  Here are a few photos of recent works of baking art from Jeanette of A Sweet Deal:


Oreo Cookie Cake
(Dark chocolate cake with butter cream icing and Oreo cookie crumbles)


Red Velvet Cupcakes
(with the best cream cheese frosting I have ever tasted!)



Valentine's Cake Pops


Please stay tuned for further information about A Sweet Deal (menu, contact info, website, etc).  If you are interested in ordering something now, you are welcome to make a contact through me or e-mail Jeanette at jconiglio52@gmail.com.

4 comments:

  1. Good luck to your mom! These look amazing!

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  2. This looks so tasty! Wishing all the best to your mom!

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  3. It is great that you have found the new bakery business. Some of the best things that should consider are start financial planning in the beginning, Always hired a experience baker and don't avoid the business market.

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