This young man, an accomplished baker and caterer, has been catering for quite some time and by using other peoples kitchen facilities. He recently decided to branch out on his own and rented this store front in South Oakland a rougher part of an already rough city.
His name escapes me at the moment, however, he decided to offer his specialty pastries and other breakfast/lunch items out of the front of his new catering kitchen.
For those of us lucky enough to stumble across this humble store front we get the opportunity to taste his creations.
I really enjoy seeing the pride in his eyes when he meets with a customer to discuss what’s available for the day. I hope more people discover this gem.
Thank you Wade for asking.
Envision > Create > Scale
Just learning about hi.co right now, at Arbor Cafe, on reading about its archiving and closing. Impressed, but sad.
It's a quieter night in Ghost Town
Jack London Square and railroad tracks of gold.
Always fascinating to watch commerce in action as container ships come and go under the San Francisco Bay Bridge.
Generations later, you can still see and feel the resemblance of a blood-born loved one. Yiayia Nitsa with her great-grandaughter, Lyla.
How do you spend a Sunday afternoon? Do you sit? Wonder? Take a load off ?
Acknowledging that change needs to happen. Everything has its own purpose and lifetime. Farewell, old bridge.
He didn't know she'd started taking pills.