Death of my Catering Business

Published July 30, 2018 by helentastic67

Death of my Catering Business

The Death of my Catering Business

Possible death of my catering business, if ever there were horror felt with so few words. I’M OFF SUGAR!

Off sugar

What I have largely found is people love trying my goodies when they are free. Turning that appreciation into dollars?

Free food

I love to cook, I love to bake, I love to give things I cook and bake away because I make more than I can consume. Ideally, it would be good to be reimbursed for what I share. So, I can continue to cook.

Love to cook

Size-wise I cook like a Nona, for those who don’t know, that’s an Italian grandmother. Mine pasted away when I was young and I barely remember her but I do remember despite not speaking English she would greet us with warm hugs and then usher us inside to open the fridge and gesture to food or drink to offer to us.

Nona cooking

She always cooked for large numbers of people. So, maybe that’s the wog part in me?

I make a mean bread and butter pudding and I make a huge baking dish full and most of it I then it give away, recent feedback is that they are addicted. This is really positive feedback with the exception that when I handover the pudding I comment “That is diabetes right there!” And so many people these days are quitting sugar. Thus, the death of my catering business before it even gets off the ground.

Quitting sugar


8 comments on “Death of my Catering Business

  • But Helen, that sexy one at the bottom wouldn’t surely quit YOUR sugar? 😉

    Ah, your Nona sounded like a sweet grandmother. The only one I knew, on my father’s side, was always depressed and distant. Before we’d leave she’d insist on us kids having a chocolate, “In that drawer there. They’re ok, they’re not old. They’re still good to eat.” They were the most awful chocolates I’d ever tasted, out-of-date and deteriorating.

    Love + hugs to you (( dear Friend)) xo

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  • Mmmmmm, yes you might have a point. However my ex ruined that Hot thing for ever. Otherwise, your Nona story. I hear you sister! That’s not my actual Nona by the way…………she passed away when I was rather young. Cheers,H

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