Know Your Worth, Pricing For Your Home Baking Business
| |

Know Your Worth, Pricing For Your Home Baking Business

One of the most difficult aspects of starting a home baking business is knowing how much to charge. When you first start out you may not have the knowledge or the confidence that someone with more experience has, and you may feel as if you shouldn’t charge what you are worth. Let’s explore the pros…

KET Archived Legislative Coverage, March 6, 2018

KET Archived Legislative Coverage, March 6, 2018

The Senate Agriculture Committee met on March 6th, 2018. The Committee held a discussion on House Bill 263. Below is the archived Legislative coverage courtesy of KET.org The Senate Committee on Agriculture will vote on House Bill 263, March 13, 2018. If the bill passes the Committee, it will move on to be voted on…

Baking For Her Son, Christina’s Baking Story
|

Baking For Her Son, Christina’s Baking Story

Today we feature the baking story of a baker from Versailles, Kentucky. Who’s motivation for baking is her son. “My motivation for baking is my son. He is a talented musician who takes private lessons weekly, needs high quality musical instruments, and travels for many band events not just throughout the state, but also around…

Kentucky Blue Ribbon Pies and Cakes, Tracey’s Baking Story
|

Kentucky Blue Ribbon Pies and Cakes, Tracey’s Baking Story

Today we feature the story of a home baker from Ashland, Kentucky who had to give up her bakery, but knows that God is good through it all. “When my children were younger I visited a church to possibly attend. One day (The very day) I was making the decision to either return┬áto that church…

House Bill 263 Sent To Senate Agriculture Committee

House Bill 263 Sent To Senate Agriculture Committee

House Bill 263 was picked up in the Senate by the Agriculture Committee on Tuesday, February 27, 2018. Today we were informed by Representative Health, that a hearing is expected to happen on March 13th. This is great news! We will update on this once more information is given. In the meantime, we need everyone…

House Bill 263: An Act Related to Home-Based Food Products

House Bill 263: An Act Related to Home-Based Food Products

  January 23-25th we met with legislators in Frankfort, Kentucky to talk with them about changing Kentucky’s current law to allow all people to bake from home. We handed out cookies, cupcakes and information for them to consider about the cottage food industry. Representative Richard Heath agreed to sponsor our bill and the following week…