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Painted in Waterlogue

Walking through the back door of the kitchen the cook transitions from a street civilian to a professional cook the moment he or she changes into those crisp, clean chef whites and hounds tooth pants. The smell of maple bacon from the breakfast line and freshly brewed coffee is intoxicating and the cook takes it all in – the smells, the sounds of banging pots and pans, the cadence of orders marking the activity of communication through the pass, and the staccato rhythm of knives working through the prep of the day. He opens the roll bag carried under his arm and removes the prized tools that have become an extension of his hand: French knife, paring knife, flexible boning knife, peeler, and a steel. Reaching under the counter he lifts the tri-stone and begins the religious process of putting a fresh edge on his knifes and touching them with…

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About Handmade by Jeanette

Jeanette R. Marcelle, a multitalented entrepreneur from the twin-island Republic of Trinidad and Tobago. Currently making the island of smiles her home. Jeanette has over 15 years’ of experience working in and around the hospitality and culinary industry with certification in Food Sanitation, Safety and Microbiology. Handmade by Jeanette started as a creative expression and a way to offer my friend with celiac delicious sweet treats without getting her sick. Therefore, our desserts and breads caters mainly to persons with celiac disease, and anyone who want something sweet without feeling guilty about “having your cake and eating it too.” Being healthy will never go out of style, and just because a party is thrown or dinner is catered does not mean we need to sacrifice our health or our enjoyment of food. If the product is handmade, it is definitely made with love. Handmade product are more than just a product, it is 100% creativity and uniqueness, and that shows. Giving a handmade product instead of mass-produced is more like writing a letter to someone instead of an email. Handmade products are more than just a product. There is love, creativity and uniqueness. When you make something, you leave a part of yourself in it. When you are finished creating, you take pride in the work partly because you see yourself in it. When you buy something someone else made, you yourself are reflected in that purchase. Whether it’s the colour, the texture, the shape, or just the mood you happen to be in, an item that has been crafted as an expression of the creative person who it was made for would value that item was more than an item that worldly mass produced. We offer a variety of gluten free dessert items and breads.
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