I heard back from the Utah Agriculture lady yesterday and our recipes were approved. Yay! That’s a huge hurdle. Next, she’ll come out and do a home inspection. I think we’re ready. I have the extra refrigerator, sanitizing equipment, and shelves ready for “business only.” So if we could just get it to stop raining long enough and get some good sunshine so our fruits and veggies could grow then everything would be progressing perfectly!
Monthly Archives: May 2011
The weather here in Utah has been very cold and very wet this Spring. Which has made it impossible until recently to get a garden in. My mom and I were in a bit of a panic, because our recipes rely on the vegetables that we’re growing in our gardens. My dad got his garden in a week ago and we are getting ours in today. And Lance and I are so excited because the strawberries Lance planted early in the season are starting to flower! YAY!
We are trying to come up with a good logo for our bakery and were hoping our talented, creative friends can help us. Here’s a couple of ideas that we came up with:
We Bake So You Don’t Have To
A Fruit or Veggie in Every Treat
We’ve decided that “vegetable” is not an easy word to insert into a logo. Do you have any suggestions for us?
Over the passed few weeks I’ve been waiting to hear about the applications I submitted for our Home Cottage License. I sent another email this morning and have hopes that I’ll hear back soon. I haven’t just been sitting around though. I worked on two different recipes the first was a fruit filled cinnamon roll. I thought they turned out with great flavor. But I undercooked the middle of the pan a little. So the next time I make them I’m going to lower the temperature a little and cook them longer. The second was Oatmeal chocolate chip zucchini cookies. They turned out really well this time.