philosophy

Learning to bake takes time. I have been baking since I was young and professionally for 20 years and I learn something new each time I step in to the kitchen. Don’t be in too much of a rush to learn everything all at once — it just doesn’t work that way.  For years, I had the most difficult time with pie crust. There were many failed attempts, including dough thrown in the trash and tough, doughy pie crusts. Don’t be frustrated if your finished result isn’t what you’d hoped on the first try. Be patient and persevere!

Learning to bake also brings joy. My hope is to inspire you and help you hone your skills to make beautiful and delicious breads and pastries. Enjoy the process. There is a great sense of accomplishment in producing a beautiful and delicious product but don’t forget to enjoy the steps along the way.

Finally, learning to bake creates a desire to share. I am sharing my baking with you and I hope you will share your baking with family, friends, or the neighbor next door. It will be appreciated! You will brighten someone’s day and it will make you feel good too!

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