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Monday, February 06, 2017

FUDGIE WUDGIE

Question Of The Week, February 6, 2017

If you opened a bakery, what would you name it and what specialty would you serve?
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Gosh, good question but I have no idea as I don't bake! I do enjoy a good custard tart though.

Maybe Butter Crust Heaven and I would serve lots of puff pastry treats.


My bakery named Fudgie Wudgie would specialize in Pioneer Woman Chocolate Nut Fudge sheet cake.


I do like the odd scone or piece of lemon drizzle cake but that wouldn't qualify me to open a bakery. I gave up making gorgeous Christmas Cakes when I needed to lose weight.
It would be nice to call a bakery "Absolutely No Calories Here" but they would have you under the Trades Description Act!

No bakery for me...maybe a chili shop "Gassy Guts"...think that'll draw them in?

Not sure. I think I would call it something (modern) like "325" and provide all kinds of baked goods....

my baking skills are mostly Greek - karidopida. baklava, kourambiedies,...etc...my name for a bakery - "just some stupid Greek Immigrant baking great desserts!, buy, eat and come back!"

I'd call it The Mason Jar, and I'd serve muffins and cheese cakes with small Mason jars on specialty jams.

The only baked goods I like are pies so I'd probably call it the Pie Hole. 

Cherry-Oh....maybe? I love cherries. :)

Not sure on the name. That's a tough one. But I would bake what I bake now, healing bakes. No dairy. Not eggs. No cane, beat or corn sugars added!!!!!!

Me opening a bakery seems a bit cruel. I can barely manage my own kitchen, I don't think I should be taking orders that I then have to make and bake.
I could call it "abandon all hope ye who enter here", that's if the original author doesn't mind.

I'd have lots of good cookies and call is Good Things.

Hot cross Bun :)

I am not a good baker, but my daughter is. May be she will name it Cake Takery.
I've thought. A lot about this at work which is a bakery. I want to sell organic, plus gluten-free donuts for all the folks who can't have the junk food we sell. Maybe bean donuts too, n fried dough n fritters of various types on the natural/healthy vien.

Haven't thought up a name yet.

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  1. Gosh, good question but I have no idea as I don't bake! I do enjoy a good custard tart though.

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    1. A bakery known for a good custard tart would be a winner. Maybe you could open a Tart Cart:-)

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  2. Maybe Butter Crust Heaven and I would serve lots of puff pastry treats.

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    1. I would definitely go inside Butter Crust Heaven and drool over lots of pastry treats.

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  3. My bakery named Fudgie Wudgie would specailize in Pioneer Woman Chocolate Nut Fudge sheet cake.

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    1. My sister would be the baker in my bakery:-)

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  4. I do like the odd scone or piece of lemon drizzle cake but that wouldn't qualify me to open a bakery. I gave up making gorgeous Christmas Cakes when I needed to lose weight.
    It would be nice to call a bakery "Absolutely No Calories Here" but they would have you under the Trades Description Act!

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    1. I would walk right in to Absolutely No Calories Here if I could be guaranteed taste as good as calorie-d eats. Lemon drizzle cake sounds delicious.

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  5. No bakery for me...maybe a chili shop "Gassy Guts"...think that'll draw them in?

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    1. Chili guaranteeing gassy guts...LOL!

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  6. Not sure. I think I would call it something (modern) like "325" and provide all kinds of baked goods....

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    1. Would 325 mean nothing cost more than $3.25?

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  7. my baking skills are mostly Greek - karidopida. baklava, kourambiedies,...etc...my name for a bakery - "just some stupid Greek Immigrant baking great desserts!, buy, eat and come back!"

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    1. Your menu printer and your sign maker will earn a fortune from you.

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  8. I'd call it The Mason Jar, and I'd serve muffins and cheese cakes with small Mason jars on specialty jams.

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    1. Love the name THE MASON JAR. Sounds down-home inviting.

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  9. The only baked goods I like are pies so I'd probably call it the Pie Hole.

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    1. I will be there because I love pie...especially apple pie.

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  10. Cherry-Oh....maybe? I love cherries. :)

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  11. Not sure on the name. That's a tough one. But I would bake what I bake now, healing bakes. No dairy. Not eggs. No cane, beat or corn sugars added!!!!!!

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    1. I see all the things you make and how you grind your own sweetener and I trust you so they must be good. I am betting you would draw a crowd.

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  12. Me opening a bakery seems a bit cruel. I can barely manage my own kitchen, I don't think I should be taking orders that I then have to make and bake.
    I could call it "abandon all hope ye who enter here", that's if the original author doesn't mind.

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    1. You don't have to bake in the bakery. You could hire a chef:-) Then there would be hope:-)

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    2. Ah ha ha! :) Too funny. At least I know I would get 'honest' food there...

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  13. I'd have lots of good cookies and call is Good Things.

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    1. If I was walking down the street in Georgia and saw a bakery called Good Things I would go in and ask for Lynn:-)

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    2. Yes, we would come to your bakery, Miss Lynn! ;)

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  14. Hot cross Bun :)

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    1. And would you only serve hot cross buns? Yummy:-)

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  15. I am not a good baker, but my daughter is. May be she will name it Cake Takery.

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  16. The Cake Takery would be the perfect place to take the cake:-) My daughter would be a great baker as would my sister. I can't even fry eggs. LOL

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  17. I've thought. A lot about this at work which is a bakery. I want to sell organic, plus gluten-free donuts for all the folks who can't have the junk food we sell. Maybe bean donuts too, n fried dough n fritters of various types on the natural/healthy vien.

    Haven't thought up a name yet.

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  18. I don't bake well, my hockey puck biscuits are renowned (not in a good way) in this part of the country. So to be honest I would call it The Burnt Biscuit.

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