I had a comfy office with a cozy job just a year ago. I gave it all up for this little crazy bakery venture and crazy it has been. I'm a self-proclaimed great cook, but I don't bake.
Thursday, February 21, 2013
Thursday, October 18, 2012
The bakery has a new grand opening date, but the owners are taking orders now!
The Dipped and Dazzled gals were hoping to open Oct. 20, but just like when a toothpick doesn't come out clean when testing a cake in the oven ... the bakery itself needs a little more time before it's done. The owners, Heather Rice and Tara Colopy, said the grand opening is scheduled for Oct. 27 (Saturday). (Halloween in Stow is the same day.) Rice said the business has one employee hired and is looking to do a few more interviews still. But, "everything is coming together!" The grand opening is planned for 9 a.m. next Saturday, but the bakery has already been taking orders online. The women are putting the bakery into four categories: "It is hard to believe after all this time and hard work, we are ready for you to come down and check …
Tuesday, October 2, 2012
Find out when the bakery — that is already accepting online orders — will be open this month.
Soon it will be time for Stow to have its cake and eat it too. Bakery owners Heather Rice and Tara Colopy are putting the finishing touches on Dipped and Dazzled Bakery and plan to open Oct. 20. The bakery has a permanent sign up at the 3732 Darrow Rd. location. Electronic and plumbing projects are done and the owners were picking out flooring and aesthetic details recently. For more on what products the business will offer, how two friends decided to start the bakery and details on the design for the shop, click here. Looking for a job? Email resumes to firstname.lastname@example.org with your availability or drop it off at the shop. For continuous updates, follow the business' Facebook page and check out the website, where you can order …
Saturday, August 11, 2012
The ladies opening the new bakery on Darrow Road said the business will be "shabby chic" and offer dipped and dazzled bakery at an affordable price.
Sparkly. It's a word to describe what the treats and Dipped and Dazzled Bakery will look like and it describes the personality of the owners. Friends Heather Rice and Tara Colopy, both 33, have shared the same dream of opening a unique, local, "sparkly" bakery for years and now that dream will become a reality in just a few weeks. Colopy, the woman in charge of the business side of things, said she's pushing for the store to open the third week of September. Rice, who has been baking out of her home for more than 15 years, and Colopy met just a few years ago. "She just kept telling me for the longest time, 'Quit your job and open a store,' and she was serious," said Rice. "One day this winter, I looked at her and said 'Let's do this…