Turning a 100-year-old Family Brownie Recipe into a Thriving Business Today
At the Cafe today is Wendy Pomerantz, the Great-Granddaughter and founder of Bertha Mae’s Brownie Company to talk about how she turned a 100-year-old recipe into a thriving and very tasty business.
Wendy talks about her journey from the corporate world to the kitchen and share advice for entrepreneurs and growing businesses.
This is a sweet (pun intended) interview...as I eat brownies and cookies throughout the interview. I couldn't resist!
For those of you looking for a great tasting treat to share this holiday season, visit Bertha Mae's Brownie Company and tell them I sent you!
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