Sugar Butter Flour and began apprenticing. She was already an incredible baker, but things are a little different in a commercial kitchen. One time she told me she had to crack 112 eggs! And just yesterday she made 41 cakes. Imagine multiplying a recipe by 16. Be careful to carry the 1 and do your math right!
Well, I just have to share with you something very special she is doing for Beth's wedding. Over the weekend, she and my cousin Rachael spent the day in the bakery kitchen and made about 500 challah rolls to be served with the dinner, and then yesterday my mom baked cake layers that will become the wedding cake. Hopefully, I will get around to posting some of those photos. Having my mom, and cousin, too, personally prepare some of the wedding food is one of the most unique contributions I can think of.
So this is my shout-out to my mom. I am so proud of you for taking on an apprenticeship at a fine baking establishment and putting your education to use for Beth's wedding! You never cease to amaze me.
And thank you, Rachael, for your help with the challah rolls!