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Introducing Kit!

Kit comes from a long line of good cooks and her mother was a pretty fair baker. She started baking seriously in her late teens and entered her first county fair in Monterey, California. One of her first baking ventures was white bread. She is the oldest of seven and she didn't expect her siblings, raised on Wonder Bread, to go for home-baked bread, but they did. Bread, along with a number of sewing projects, got entered in the fair. She's kept up with the fair entries as she's moved around - Kitsap County Fair in Washington, Orange County Fair...

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Bob's favorite Peppermint Bark

One of the very first things I learned this holiday season is that I needed to buy a lot of crushed peppermint candy!  I bought 30 pounds and was out in a week.  Then I bought 120 more pounds.  As of today I have 60 pounds left and still two weeks until Christmas.  The distributer is out, though, so I hope that 60 is enough :)  People were explaining to me how wonderful the bark is.  How everyone asked for it during the holiday season, and how there wasn't any peppermint crush last y

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Gobble Gobble

candy fun ideas holiday little bitts molds thanksgiving

How do you use candy molds? Not just for chocolate, right? I love all things sweet and candy, but making chocolates is not my strength.  Over the last two months, I've had a crash course in candies and candy molds.  Turkeys have been popular the last two weeks.  I've sold flat turkey molds, 3D turkeys,  sucker turkey molds, hard candy turkeys....  so much turkey! Most people are buying a mold and some chocolate, but some people have other ideas for the turkeys.  I thought I'd share a few ideas that I've learned over the last week. These are some fun...

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