Batching Memorial, baking Bridgeport serving the area since 2003, was owned last year and continued to enjoy the public and moisturize surrounding areas.
Teracyn Stout, Baking Commemoration Manager, said the new ownership started with the Zakariasens and Henrys partnership to keep the famous business at the end of last May.
The Zakariasens, who own themselves Stonewall's Coffee in Clarksburg themselves and also want to focus more on that business and John and Bekah Henry bought them, making Henrys the baking owners.
Now that 2019 has officially started, Stout said that the baking is happy to implement some new changes.
"We are very happy to come into a new year and look forward to our first year in business," she said. "We are planning more creative venues and tackling local businesses to get more products."
Baking Memory is one of the things that have been applied since the ownership change is a selection of grab-and-go cake options. The cakes can be ready within 5 minutes and decorated for any occasion.
Traditionally because of the small facility, cake preparations took two to three days because they had to make a special order.
"Now, we hold five to six cakes at hand at any time," she said. "Now (customers can) stop getting cake in hand (and) they can have more cake than colored borders and writing. People really enjoy that."
Pepperoni rolls, bucket rolls have baking memories and always have a "full container" of cupcakes that have full potential, Stout said. And business features two cupcakes specialty cupcakes per month.
"We have a great deal of cupcakes with chocolates and anxiety and a cup of worries on the crop. There is another soup cream filling, and, of course, the best we have. It was in my wedding cake, and came people back and forth to fill themselves. "
The specialty cupcake is a raspberry cupcake in February, the Razzmataz with frosting raspberry drink.
"They're decorative, sweet and just in time for Valentine's Day," she said.
Stout said Baking Memories is still known for special cakes, from glamor cakes with wedding cakes.
"During the television showcase cake and how cake as an art form has gone on, we see cakes with 3D characters for birthday and different events," said Stout.
Some of the most popular cakes are for birthday celebrations 1- and 2 years of age, 16 years and, of course, weddings.
"If the cake is good and looks good, it's part of a memorable event," she said.
Jessica Posey, a bake cake illustrator, said she was decorating cakes from October, using seven year recreation.
"I love it here," she said.
Decorate one of the favorite cake types than rosette style cakes.
"You can do these for birthdays and weddings," she said.
Jenna Richman, who recently joined the team, said her experience was enjoyable, and she is anxious to continue her perfect craft.
"I love it," she said. "I've never had the best job."
Stout said that the original owner of the establishment, Ettica Sands, gave the time to recruit all the recipes to the new owners, ensuring that the customers were still getting the same quality product they know over the years, and taught them The business was run, settling for them successfully.
"We are very grateful," she said. "It was a very good transfer and we had great people.
"It was an adventure, a great adventure, but it's really happening here."
Stout, who was on board the shift and the manager from August who was part of the team at Baking Memories is what he does.
"I love my job and I love talking to customers and getting them what they want in a cake. We've taken a family here that it's a great thing to be part of," she said.
Bake Memories are located at 2315 Murphy's Run Road in the City Bridge and is open from Tuesday to Friday 9 a.m. – 6 p.m. and Saturday from 8 a.m. until noon. For information on products and services available at baking memories, call 304-842-0155 or visit bakingmemorieswv.com.
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