"I grew up thinking a day wasn’t a day unless you baked something. My Grandma loved to bake, everything from pies with rhubarb from her garden to her famous banana cake which I just got the recipe for a few years ago (I swear there’s still something missing).
"My Mom is an excellent baker and confectioner as well. Easter had handmade chocolates, Thanksgiving sometimes had 4 different pies, Christmas had dozens of different kinds of cookies, and weddings had handmade butter mints.
"My Dad’s side of the family were all business owners. There was a family meat market (ironically) passed down for generations. Sometimes I feel like Liz Lovely was a pre-destined dream. But that’s how life works. When you least expect it, the path appears before you... and you bake."
Say yes to who you are & the rest will unfold.
I like to be able to work for a Vermont company. What makes it even better is to be behind the scenes and know first hand that I am making a product that is full of ethical ingredients, for people who at times really have limited options.
Emails, meetings, phone calls and overall problems solving for managers. If I’m lucky I get to suit up and head into the test kitchen… That’s a really good day.
It’s beautiful and magical. The people here are independent thinkers & the food here just seems to taste better.
My 2 amazing children, spending time with my close friends, baking at home, music – gotta have it, working out, being outside on snowshoes or a beautiful walk.