Recently, I posted about moving cases of home canning into my parent’s new bakery. Here are all the jars of jam, pickles, chutneys and sauces:

Yes, that is a shortwave radio. And don’t be fooled by some of the empty shelves, because on the full shelves the jars are stacked high and deep. Here’s my mom, hard at work; the dining room is taking shape and soon the bakery will be open soon:

Today my brother and I spent some time attaching price tags to all the jam. There are lots of jars, hence lots of hand-written price tags:

Here’s my brother Eric with my mom in the kitchen:

The new cappuccino machine arrived last Friday; my dad whipped up a couple really nice lattes for me while I was pricing:

And the patio is looking fantastic; doesn’t this look like a lovely place to have lunch? If you look through the gate to the faux, decorative hand-powered water pump in the background…..that’s the small residential house behind the bakery.

I’m looking forward to my first cheese danish, that’s for sure.

Author: Clareannette

I love working and making art in the Sonoran Desert!

3 thoughts on “Labeling”

    1. Jennifer, been a bit overwhelmed lately with family stuff, my parents’ new business, and getting my quilt actually quilted in time for the Tucson quilt show in January. So good of you to post here, given my delinquent attention to my blog! I’m posting some new photos of the bakery now. My best to your family. 🙂

Leave a Reply