Mimi Shotland Fix, author of Start & Run a Home-Based Food Business began a licensed home kitchen business in 1979. She has since owned and operated several successful retail bakeries, worked as head baker and pastry chef for multiple restaurants, was featured in Cooking Light magazine, developed products for corporate food companies, and tested ovens for a major appliance company. Later she returned to school for an MA in writing and food studies. She owns a culinary consulting firm, teaches hands-on baking classes, and teaches business in several local colleges and the Culinary Institute. Her third book, The (Faux) Pastry Chef: How I Found My Baking Fix is now available in paperback and on Kindle. Visit her at BakingFix.com.
This book covers the non-business side of baking in a licensed home kitchen and how to optimize one's kitchen equipment and time in production. Read morePublished 17 months ago by Confections by the Sea
I get a lot of pleasure entertaining and putting out an impressive spread. While looking through some of the cooking sites I saw a reference to two books by Mimi Shotland Fix. Read morePublished 18 months ago by lukfam
You'll be happy to have this book on your baking shelf. It's a jewel of a book packed with valuable information for anyone who bakes. Read morePublished 22 months ago by MB
I purchased this item for a friend who's in the process of starting a home-based business providing desserts for restaurants. Read morePublished 22 months ago by Bruce S. Troetschel
This book is very concise and it prepares you for selling goods. The nice thing is the author brings up things you may not think of when it comes to licensing and the Health... Read morePublished on April 20, 2013 by W. Edmund Chambers II
I have been running a home-based baking business for several months and have spent a lot of time looking around for good recipes. Ms. Read morePublished on March 5, 2013 by jthughes