First, well meet two successful women who left behind their lucrative careers to start a coffee bar for moms. Next, well meet two childhood best friends who were unhappy in their jobs and decided to set up their own cooking school.
We’ll meet a Harvard graduate who left her job as a marketing executive to follow her dream and make pound cake. We’ll also visit a stay-at-home dad who makes one-of-a-kind wedding cakes out of his home kitchen and eventually wants to open his own shop.
Well meet a couple that left the world of design to buy a failing creamery in the hopes of turning it around. Well also meet a couple that was dissatisfied with their corporate lives so they bought a lobster restaurant in Maine.
Well meet two best friends who teamed up to make traditional Southern style cakes using a recipe thats been passed down through the generations. Well also meet a flight attendant who turned her mothers chewy toffee into a profitable business.
We'll meet a woman who has gone from housewife to millionaire. Next, we'll meet a woman who, after working as a personal assistant to high-profile clients, who started her own business preparing meals for busy clients in their own homes.
Today well meet two friends who started a whole new kind of business. The outcome became Gourmet Gathings. Next, meet a couple who started experimenting in their kitchen and within months had cooked up a variety of all-natural dog treats.
We’ll meet Andrea DiReda who was a registered nurse, who then took a job selling her homemade pies with a local farm stand. Andrea decided this was her new business and started selling at the local farmers market under the name "Ever So Humble Pie."
After spending several years working in the corporate world, two friends decide they wanted to work for themselves. After pooling their savings and taking on a third partner, Baked was born. Opening in Brooklyn, this dessert cafe specializes in brownies
Today, well meet a woman who describes her yam potato pie as "yam good." After her father became ill, she decided to fulfill his dream of taking his pies to the retail market. Next, well meet a family of women who run a successful catering company.
In this episode, we will take the full half hour going from a coffee bar in Manhattan, to the University of Coffee in Northern Italy and back again to New York.
A strong willed public relations woman decides to open her own café despite warnings from her friends. She needs her mothers money to do it. She asks for business advice from an expert, but doesnt follow it. The venture puts a dream and a friendship in jeapordy. Will this café ever open its doors?
A beauty queen and fashion model who prefers life in the kitchen to life on the runway? Meet a young model whos dream is to have her own specialized custom catering company, but when she makes the jump and launches "Blissful Indulgences" she begins to wonder is he might be biting off more than she can chew
Good word of mouth, national publicity and a huge wholesale order and things most businesses strive for, and a small Philadelphia chocolate company had them all but did it turn out to be too much of a good thing?