In this week’s episode of The Bakers, we’re joined by author and blogger, Jess Coker, to talk about her recent book, The Baking Mama: The Story of a Mom Who Fought to Make a Life for Her Kids and What It’s Like to Make Baking Ovens and Baking Baking Products from Home.
You’ll learn all about how Jess got started in baking, how she became involved with the DIY baking movement, and what it’s like to live and work in the Bakers.
We also delve into her new book, Baking: The Secret of Cooking, with recipes for all kinds of home-cooked food.
And we wrap up by talking to the authors daughter about the process of making homemade baking soda, what it was like growing up in the baking industry, and how to be a mom when you’re a DIY baker.
We’ll also talk to a few other amazing Bakers to see how they’re shaping the future of baking in the United States.
In this episode of the Baker’s Table, Jess discusses: her passion for baking and baking in general; the importance of the DIY movement and baking culture in the country today; the challenges of making and marketing baking; the history of baking soda and how it’s changing the way we eat food; the beauty of homemade baking; and how she’s used the power of her experience to teach others about the beauty and power of baking.
If you like this podcast, you can find Jess on Instagram at Jess Cokers Pinterest and Instagram @JessCokerBaking.
Jess Cokers book, Making Baking Sausage: The Untold Story of How a Mom and Her Family Saved a Business and Built a Career, is available for pre-order.
For more information on Jess and her book, please visit Jess Cokes website.