About Us, the shortest version:
- We bake cookies at home from scratch. No mixes, no weird ingredients. Just happiness in food form.
- We’ll bake them and then bring them to you ($25 minimum), put them in a box for a gift, bring loads of them for an event, or sell them to you at a few local markets.
- We operate under the Florida Cottage Food Law, which does not allow us to ship our cookies or to accept orders online. We cannot sell them wholesale.
- If you’d like to know more about the Florida Cottage Food Law, click this.
About Cassie (The Baker)
Cassie, also known as The Baker (you can say Thee Baker if you want), is so good at making cookies that she has an entourage. Yep. An entourage. No private jet, though. She mostly uses public jets and cars and sidewalks and stuff.
I actually didn’t marry her just for her cookies. She makes other things, too. She’s happy, inviting, hospitable, outgoing, friendly, considerate, industrious, smart, pretty, cookies, pies, patient, loving, and so on. You get the idea. You just don’t get her. HA! I did already. Little joke.
If you’re looking for a deeper, better, more fulfilling connection with her, try finding her on Facebook or following her on Twitter. She’s also on LinkedIn, but we all know that’s got to be the world’s most boring place ever. LinkedIn needs more cookies and cookie maker people.
About Scott (The Baker’s Entourage)
I have a different picture of me where I’m eating a doughnut out of the sky, but I was only about 12 years old in that one so I picked this one. I was in a stairwell when I took this. FYI.
The Baker’s Entourage can’t eat gluten. (Sad violins)
Anywho, I pretty much try to do whatever else there is to do, like type out enormously engrossing biographical tidbits. If Cassie had a private jet, I might be the pilot. While we’re on that subject, if she had a Ferrari, I’d drive it. If she had a private island, I’d… mow it. I guess. I also eat her gluten free cookies.