TREMONT, Unwell. (WMBD) – With sweets, treats and quite a lot of sugar, Rebekah Baer spends most of her days in her meals truck known as The Baking Baer.
“I’ll strive a recipe and I’m like, ‘It is a 9 out of 10.’ And I’m like, ‘I do know I can get it to love a ten out of 10.’ And I’ll tweak stuff and actually like come again and take a look at it once more and work on it till it’s precisely the place I need it,” Baer stated.
Baer makes specialty desserts, together with cupcakes, desserts and macaroons when she’s catering occasions, festivals and markets.
“I used to be going to high school really for journalism paradoxically up in Chicago at Loyola College and I entered a cheesecake competitors and I gained first place for an unique recipe,” she laughed.
For the final three years, Baer has been renting native kitchen area to make her creations. Within the fall of 2019, she thought of opening up a storefront. However with the pandemic of 2020 in her rear view mirror, she stated she’s grateful that concept fell by on the time.
Baer stated, “It might’ve been quite a lot of overhead and it included a venue as effectively that will’ve been closed down for chunk of the 12 months.”
That’s when the thought for a meals truck got here alongside. Most not too long ago, The Baking Baer made its debut in Baer’s hometown of Tremont for the Turkey Competition. Now she already bought her eyes set on increasing with a further stationary setup.
“Now I’m really shifting to my very own everlasting kitchen area in Morton, which I’m actually enthusiastic about,” she stated.
Whereas entrepreneurship has all the time been in her blood, Baer is hesitant to say if she’s all the time seen herself changing into a enterprise proprietor.
She stated, “My mother says I talked about it once I was little. I don’t actually do not forget that, however my dad has owned his enterprise. My grandpa owned a enterprise, so I assume it form of runs within the household.”
However she’s excited in regards to the freedom it brings her.
The Baking Baer might be at Tres Rojas Vineyard in Washington on July 3 from 3-7pm.