Originally Posted by beck60
He had been turned in couple of times for pet hair in the cakes. He said the last time he went to check the man on this issue the man went to making pet treats instead of cakes because of fines he had to pay.
Eeewwwww!!! Hahaha LOLz
Originally Posted by Darthburn
BK13 is just one of those people that is going to say whatever is needed to make thier point and stir the pot.
What the??? In every forum I've heard there will exist the naturally nasty and vicious poison tongue people who just can't stop themselves from insulting and attacking others. Guess I've just found the first one in this forum!! I like to bake (not business, just for hobby) and someone recommended this forum, and I joined cos I've liked what I've read and learned from recent posts. But people like you really spoil it for others. Thought this is a forum for friendly debate and viewpoints. Guess you have a different agenda here huh
. You must be one sad unhappy individual. Be gone with you (POOF, and a puff of smoke rises and disappears). My life is full and satisfying and there is no space in it for nasties like you!!
Originally Posted by heavenlys
I have 2 daughters 6 and 11. They are educated in food safety and proper food handling. Washing hands, wearing gloves. Hair pulled back.......... bleach a bathroom and wash rinse and santize dishes like a pro. And interact with customers intelligently and answer questions about what we offer. They always tell everyone our secret ingredient is LOVE
It is all about educating them and encouraging their budding interest in what mommy and daddy do. Most of our staff is family also. Some people have made comments about how they are so young and think it is unfair that they work. I say they are BEGGING to help and it is no different then when I grew up on the farm and my dad made me scoop hog crap! At least they wanna do this!
How lovely. Goodies taste extra good too when love is an ingredient
. I think if your kids and young family members love what they are doing, it can only be a good thing as along with being tremendous help to you, they are also learning skills, business sense and responsibilities that many other kids won't have an opportunity to learn. As long as they have been properly trained in hygiene and safety, especially around commercial equipment, good on you for teaching them and good on them for wanting to learn. Don't think there is a lot of difference in our helping mum or grandma in the kitchen or in the house growing up or helping them in a business (if they had one).