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20170709-1 - "Vintage Baking" Hands-on Class

Sunday, July 9, 1:00-3:00pm

Back in Time with the Betty Crocker Cookbook

Put on your best red lipstick, don your favorite vintage apron (or go get one at the vintage vibes show in the carriage house) and get prepared to bake through back recipes in vintage bakeware that Fezziwig’s has for sale. How fun will this be!  Grab your friends, go to the vintage market before the class and enjoy an afternoon from days gone by.  Ages 12 and older please and must be accompanied by an adult participant in the class.  Wines by the glass available for purchase.  

Reserve by July 6, please!

Storewide savings on purchases following the class.

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In 1921, a promotion for Gold Medal flour offered consumers a pincushion resembling a flour sack if they correctly completed a jigsaw puzzle of a milling scene. The Washburn Crosby Company, a flour-milling company and largest predecessor of General Mills, Inc., received thousands of responses and a flood of questions about baking. The name Betty Crocker was created to personalize responses to consumer inquiries. 

The surname Crocker was chosen to honor a popular, recently retired director of the company, William G. Crocker, whose family name had long been associated with milling. Betty was chosen simply as a friendly sounding name. Female employees were invited to submit sample Betty Crocker signatures; the one judged most distinctive is still used today.

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