Cookies, kids, a company, and so much more.
Tune in to today's C2T podcast episode with Elizabeth Jones of Sweet Paradise Baking Company for a scrumptious audio treat!
Two years ago, Elizabeth launched her biz and hasn’t looked back! What fascinated me most about this interview was Elizabeth’s poise, sincerity, humility, work ethic, family and parenting values and her attitudes of productivity and gratitude. She comes from a long line of entrepreneurs in her family, a tag line she considers to be a huge generational blessing.
You need to know that her cookies are baked fresh the day she delivers and she uses only the finest ingredients. Her cookies are deliciously huge! Trust me! I’ve tasted Sweet Paradise Baking Company cookies and they are undeniably worth their weight in gold!
Elizabeth ships out of state via Fed Ex, has a cookie of the month, and her clients range from new and repeat customers, friends and family to larger businesses and special event organizers.
Placing an order couldn’t be easier! Click on the links below for more info.
Our chat was oh so much more than cookies. I think you’ll walk away jazzed not only about how Elizabeth does business, but how she does life. And it couldn’t be sweeter!
Elizabeth is "baking as usual" during the Covid-19 stay healthy at home initiative. She is taking orders and gearing up for what she calls "Maycember" Bless a teacher today!
Sweet Paradise Baking Company direct phone line for orders (call/text) 859-221-9396
Facebook Biz Page: https://www.facebook.com/sweetparadise373/
Pithys Kitchen Food Blog: http://pithyskitchen.blogspot.com/
For more info about the Kentucky Cottage Food Laws http://kentuckyhomebakers.com/
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