Meat and Sweet Foods Feeds the People

Covid stopped our private party cheffing business. My fiance,Laurie Lufkin worked for Kitchen Aid doing demos. All of a sudden we had no second income at all. Laurie went to work crisis cooking for the Open Door. When that ended we were back to square one.
So we decided to open up a legit bakery in our house. We got our permits and started baking Sept 28, 2020.
My father had a stroke on Oct 1, and i left my fiance alone baking for an entire month as my dad passed and i had to help my mom.
Laurie (Lufkin) had to bake and do dishes and everything for 5 weeks till i got home. I work a fulltime job and do the dishes every day, too.
We have worked hard to create great products at affordable prices. We have sold to over 300 different people in our 3 months. And we like to give back.
Every Friday since we started she donates goods to We Are All In This Together-Gloucester. For every charity event we donate goods
We also make desserts for The Open Door Special Events. We made 160 cheesecakes for Christmas.
We would donate all of this money back to the people.

Funded by Gloucester, MA (January 2021)