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    Wichita Wednesday (Sept. 15th) – Kaitlyn Spaulding

    Wichita Wednesday (Sept. 15th) – Kaitlyn Spaulding Tell us a little about yourself. When and why did you start baking? My name is Kaitlyn, I’m 25 years old and I started baking because it was a way for me to express my artwork. I grew up painting, drawing, sculpting clay, anything I could get my hands on to create something

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    Wichita Wednesday (Sept. 8th) – Taylor Kissell

    Wichita Wednesday (Sept. 8th) – Taylor Kissell Tell us a little about yourself. When and why did you start baking? I grew up helping my grandparents in the kitchen. They instilled a love for baking in me and being in the kitchen crafting old and new recipes is like having a very sentimental piece of them still with me. I

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    Wichita Wednesday (Sept. 1st) – Kima Mora

    Wichita Wednesday (Sept. 1st) – Kima Mora Tell us a little about yourself. When and why did you start baking? I’m a beginning home baker. I enjoyed baking as a teenager and it’s become my therapy throughout the pandemic. I started with cookies and now! am dabbling in baking only 6-inch cakes. What is one Cake Stuff item you cannot

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    Wichita Wednesday (Aug. 25th) – Alexis Martinez

    Wichita Wednesday (Aug. 25th) – Alexis Martinez Tell us a little about yourself. When and why did you start baking? My name is Alexis Martinez. I’m a stay-at-home-mom of a 2-year-old & a 4-year-old. Over a year ago, I started out making chocolate-covered strawberries just for fun not thinking I would actually love it BUT I was wrong!! In February

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    Wichita Wednesday (Aug. 18th) – Logan Priebe

    Wichita Wednesday (Aug. 18th) – Logan Priebe Tell us a little about yourself. When and why did you start baking? As a kid I was always helping my mom bake and cook and she would always make all of our birthday cakes. I started trying to decorate while going through nursing school. I started out making cake pops, and then

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