It is a real thing that home baking is illegal in Kentucky, and if found out you will be shut down by the health department. If you do not comply they will fine you. In some states like Wisconsin, they will put you in jail. Who knew cookies could be illegal contraband? Today we feature […]
This story was removed at the request of Cookies by Charity. Unfortunately we cannot remove all photos of Charity that are in a public setting as she agreed to be in those photographs. It would be unfair to the other bakers in the photos who helped in our cause to remove those images.
Today we feature the personal story of a home baker from Kentucky named Rachel. This is Rachel’s story in her own words. “I moved to Kentucky just three years ago with my (then) boyfriend, who works on the river, with the dream to establish some cake business and open up a bakery. I have been […]
Today we feature the personal story of a home baker from Kentucky named Connie. This is Connie’s story in her own words. “I have lived in Kentucky since 1995. I was so excited when I moved here. However the longer I am here the more depressed I get. I was so young in my early […]
Update from the Kentucky Cottage Food Law Facebook page: Is anyone planning to go to the State Fair? If so, would you be interested in maybe helping to spread the message there? I’m sure I’m not alone in entering baked goods in their competitions. Maybe it would be a good place to try to get […]
I started baking cakes in 2006 for my children’s birthdays. At the time I lived in Missouri. By 2009, cake decorating had become something I really enjoyed. I found myself starting a business from my home and making cakes for clients. This was and still is completely legal in Missouri, in fact the laws are […]
This meeting is important in moving forward. We need any and all support from the local community. Send in your stories of WHY starting a home based business would benefit you or how it already has. Stories can be anonymous. Send in your work, be it cakes, cookies, bread, or muffins. Come to the meeting […]
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