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March 19, 2009 |  Category:   press the biz

Thanks to all for the first year blog anniversary wishes. I’m looking forward to another year of food, business, life in NYC, and zany kid madness. Little do the kids know that so many of you “know” them. I wonder if this blog will be a source of embarassment for them later on in life, but as our life stands, it’s nearly impossible to separate work/kids/business from our lives right now, so we just deal with the intermingling of everything on a daily basis and go with the flow. Before I forget, I want to thank a few people for some recent press mentions. 2 of my most favorite blogs posted about us in the last week: Oh Joy! and… CONTINUE READING

160 gift bags to rachael ray

160 gift bags to rachael ray

February 23, 2009 |  Category:   press the biz

They looked like this. What’s inside? Packages of 6 brown sugar gingerspice cookies and a postcard. We were contacted by the producers of the show about a month ago and after quite a bit of emails, Mark drove 160 bags down to the studio this afternoon. Don’t know when it will air and I do hope and pray that it won’t get bumped off the schedule (because you know, that is ALOT of complimentary cookies), but the producer seems quite confident it will go on the show and she has been very lovely to deal with. So stay tuned. Oh, and I am sort of embarrassed to say that I haven’t watched Rachael Ray’s show (I have watched her other… CONTINUE READING

interview on the gobbl feed

interview on the gobbl feed

August 21, 2008 |  Category:   press the biz

Thanks to Cindi over at the Gobbl Feed, a NYC-based food community site, for conducting this interview with really thoughtful questions. In other biz news, we’ve been getting a lot more corporate gift orders (which makes me a bit afraid of what Christmas might look like), and we are finalizing arrangements to work in a new kitchen space which could very well become a turning point of sorts for our little biz. William Sonoma recently contacted us about possible inclusion in their catalog next Spring, but then rejected us in the nicest way possible (ha ha). All this to say, somehow, with very little effort on our part, the word seems to be getting around. Part of our hesitation on… CONTINUE READING

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