Tuesday, April 05, 2011

Tools of the Trade-Turtle Bakery

First you start with Cory who is one of the baking staff at Turtle Bakery, and then you learn how to use some of this equipment.  Cory went to high school in North St Paul-Maplewood, and, after graduating from college,  she started working at the bakery/restaurant located in Minneapolis.  Her first job must be satisfying, since she is still there after two years.  Tomorrow I'll show you some of the delightful things she and her colleagues produce for our tasting pleasure.


the drum

daddy says the world
is a drum tight
and hard
and i told him
i'm gonna beat out
my own rhythm

     nikki giovanni


  1. elle est charmante la boulangere

  2. Can't wait to see some of the wares tomorrow...only wish the day after that we could taste them...perhaps you'll taste some for us and describe in glorious detail....

  3. I can't wait to see the wonderful things she and her co-workers produce. If only they would come our way with that wonderful baker aroma. That would be perfect.

  4. Such great people/portrait shots you've had lately!

  5. I bet after tomorrow's post, we'll understand why she loves her job. :)

  6. Looks like something tasty is in the works!!!

  7. Such sweetness! The girl, I mean. And the bakery. But I must stay away from bakeries as the aroma alone puts on five pounds.

  8. Love your choices of poetry. Happy Poetry Month!

  9. Cute portrait of Cory, Kate.

  10. We used to have a wonderful bakery down the street from where I live. And then the owners retired. How sad that the new owners were not as good. If Cory sticks with it you'll have a fine bakery near you for many years!


Thanks for visiting my blog; I appreciate it! Come back often!!