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Pastrypastmidnight gets a WaPo mention


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On 12/18/2019 at 4:54 PM, Pastrypastmidnight said:

 my mom and I recently formed an LLC and launched our chocolate company Bliss Chocolatier. It’s a cottage food operation out of my home at the moment, but we’ve been working with a real estate agent to find a commercial space. I have to get out of my house for a million reasons. I’m sure I’ll update as we move forward. For now, I have an Instagram @bliss.chocolatier and a placeholder website with absolutely nothing on it yet ;). 
 

I’m trying to just take the next step and not worry too much about seeing the end from the beginning right now. Which is suuuuuper hard for my risk-averse personality. 13D58FF4-5EB4-4F10-9C0A-AE5B6BE6919D.thumb.jpeg.288f255153d9f24d45e41d4eff02fe26.jpeg

Looks like you’re in the Washington Post this morning, Congratulations! 🎊 

 

https://www.google.com/amp/s/www.washingtonpost.com/food/2021/01/31/chocolates-valentines-day/%3foutputType=amp

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1 hour ago, GRiker said:

Looks like you’re in the Washington Post this morning, Congratulations! 🎊 

 

https://www.google.com/amp/s/www.washingtonpost.com/food/2021/01/31/chocolates-valentines-day/%3foutputType=amp

Excellent to see you in there Jessica - was actually a bit blown away when I realized just how many of the folks mentioned have an EZtemper!

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