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Monday, November 17, 2008

Bake and Cook Co.

There is a new kid in town! Compared to Williams and Sonoma, and some of the up scale cooking shops this is definitely a sweet baby. Birmingham Bake and Cook Company is a small and intimate cooking shop for all of your kitchen needs.


Susan Green saw the need for a specialty shop in the Birmingham area, and has opened just that thing. She has taken her experience in the kitchen and in the restaurant business and turned it into a fabulous shop. You can find any grater, zester, whisker or knick-knack you might be looking for. She also carries a beautiful selection of cookware and knives~ Santa is getting my list!
The Bake and Cook Company is a fun place to shop, or just browse. I love the idea of having a locally owned shop to provide a little service with some great items for gifts or for yourself. Stop in for a cup of coffee and a chat.
Susan is offering cooking lessons and other fun events. I will let you know if we have any WhistleStop classes coming-up. She has planned an open house November 21st and 22nd. Click on the website for details.
Y'all check it out!
Sandi

8 comments:

The Whispering Poppies said...

Ahhhhhhh I see we have competition from afar.... just kidding! heehee Looks like a beautiful shop!

Thanks for stopping by, Sandi! Of course I'll keep coming here! =)

The Whispering Poppies said...

Just checked out their supplier lists - it's like a browse through the filing cabinets in my office! They obviously carry very nice things! heehee =)

Mari said...

It looks like a great place to shop. I wish it was near me!

Rhoda @ Southern Hospitality said...

Sandi, that sounds like fun! I think we'll definitely check out the Red Bar. Thanks for the heads up.

Char said...

great info - but it took a bit to find out where they are located from their website! :) I'll have to check them out.

Darius T. Williams said...

Awww - I love really great specialty shops!

-DTW
www.everydaycookin.blogspot.com

Leigh said...

looks like a cool place that I need to check out!

Holledayz said...

Are those wooden trays I see? Mine are pretty worn and I only brought 2 to London ....hint, hint!
Looks like a fun shop and cooking lessons would be a blast!

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