Celebrate The Start of The Chinese New Year!

Let’s celebrate the start of the chinese new year this Friday, January 31, 2014, at 3:30 p.m. with us at our Bakery & Cafe - Keefer Court. A traditional Chinese Lion Dance will commence (to bring good luck and fortune for the coming year), loud firecrackers will be sounded (to scare the evil spirits away), as well as the Chinese Kung Fu demo to follow. I, Chairman Kwan, will als

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Custom Message Giant – Fourth of July

FOURTH OF JULY GIANT, CHOCOLATE COVERED FORTUNE COOKIE! Dipped in white chocolate and covered with American Stars and Stripes sprinkles, this giant fortune cookie works perfectly as a gift for the July 4th picnic host, or as a Fourth of July table centerpiece or other party decoration. Embrace your freedom of speech by customizing the message inside our patrotic giant fortune cookie. The

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Do What You Love. Love What You Do.

I love the baking and fortune cookie business. Luckily, this is my work every day. Doing what you love has many benefits. For one, you’ll work harder if you enjoy what you do. If your work is fun you will also gain confidence to adapt to change. And you will have to change! Life is all about change. I’ve been a shoemaker, cook, waiter, bartender, baker and auto mechanic. Each of these

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Things Could Get Better Tomorrow

When my dad grew up in Canton, China, his family could not afford shoes. But he sold his labor to buy a pair of shoes so he wouldn’t be teased at school. Times were very tough back then. My dad’s father was missing in WWII, never to be seen again. And there were no jobs to be had in the new communist government, and there was no money. In 1953 when I was two-years old, my dad left to Hong

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