Anyone ever been caught selling cakes from home???

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melissaread Posted 28 Jan 2009 , 8:14pm
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ThatsHowTcakesRolls Posted 28 Jan 2009 , 8:23pm
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who needs the afternoon soap operas? tapedshut.gif




It's just too bad we don't get paid for all this drama - I think we're definitely A-Listers for sure!

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loriemoms Posted 28 Jan 2009 , 8:28pm
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I am confused..I thought this was a discussion about illegal home bakeries?

I dont know if I could get involved in a religious discussion as I am a religious mutt. I was raised for a while by my mom who was an orthadox jew and sent me to private school, then I was raised by my dad and step mom who were baptist, and my first husband was a strong athiest who beleived in the big bang theory and my current DH is a irish cathelic raised in a strick cathelic home. My oldest daughter converted to mormon while she was in college and is raising her children that way, but still holds on to her jewish roots. Me? I just beleive we have a higher power who loves cake...and that religious discussions do not belong at the dinner table, the office, or on Cake Forums...

Callyssa Posted 28 Jan 2009 , 8:36pm
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Loriesmom, I have to agree with you, that does make you sound like a religious mutt!! Oh wait, maybe you're a 'designer Christian'.....you know, like the "new" designer dogs?! Ooops......that's not for this forum either, that's for my Cavalier forums!!! icon_smile.gif

ThatsHowTcakesRolls Posted 28 Jan 2009 , 8:36pm
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I think we're all trying to get it back to the original topic but people keep posting messages that bring it back up...

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mabryant0212 Posted 28 Jan 2009 , 8:41pm
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I would love to know the laws in South Carolina... I currently use a friends Deli to do my cake if they are for anyone other than family.

loriemoms Posted 28 Jan 2009 , 8:47pm
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Loriesmom, I have to agree with you, that does make you sound like a religious mutt!! Oh wait, maybe you're a 'designer Christian'.....you know, like the "new" designer dogs?! Ooops......that's not for this forum either, that's for my Cavalier forums!!! icon_smile.gif




hahaha! That would make an interesting T Shirt. My DH always says I am pretty protected when I meet my maker...(and I will have cake in hand)

Ayanami Posted 28 Jan 2009 , 8:48pm
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we are all going to be judged someday and it's not my responsibility to do the judging during my time here on earth....




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BCJean Posted 28 Jan 2009 , 8:49pm
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I don't understand anyone who feels they have to flaunt themselves.

I would never say, "I can afford the luxuries of life, because I am an awesome cake decorator".

I would not say, "I never do anything illegal or hurtful to others, because I am a Christian".

I would not say, "I am a perfect mom, look at how my children turned out".

I would not say, "no one should ever disagree with me, because I am so good and charming".

If you have great qualities, for whatever reason...let them shine and you won't have to get on a soap box and declare why you are special. If people really want to know what your secret is...you can privately tell them.

No one is perfect so when someone comes on here saying they are, they are leaving themselves wide open for controversy.
Now, because this is CC, if you have great secrets on how to decorate cakes...blast away!

mabryant0212 Posted 28 Jan 2009 , 8:54pm
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AMEN!!!

FromScratch Posted 28 Jan 2009 , 9:17pm
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In South Carolina you can't use your home kitchen to bake for the public. If you are using your friend's deli you still need to have someone come and inspect it and get a license and carry insurance. icon_smile.gif

mabryant0212 Posted 28 Jan 2009 , 9:25pm
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I have all the nessesary stuff but I did not know he needed to be inspected due to me(I will have to look into that). I have a building that is under construction and hope to be up and running in a few months... we are opening a specialty shop... All things party, things you cant get at party city and such... then on the other side of the building is the bakery... It has a pretty neat layout.

melissaread Posted 28 Jan 2009 , 9:32pm
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good luck mabryant0212 with your new place... that sounds really exciting. i hope to be there some day soon myself. icon_biggrin.gif

FromScratch Posted 28 Jan 2009 , 9:49pm
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ooooh.. that sounds fun! A one stop shop for everything party. Good luck with your venture.

Tita9499 Posted 28 Jan 2009 , 9:50pm
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I've never sold baked goods made in my home (illegal in this country), but I have turned someone in....




Do you mean it's illegal in some states? Because I know in others it is perfectly legal to sell baked goods out of your home- as long as you're liscensed.

Ayanami Posted 28 Jan 2009 , 9:54pm
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...I guess we all got a little carried away. I think that's why they discourage religious discussions because it's such a passionate subject for all...




Politics & religion are both a huge no-no for me personally. I absolutly REFUSE to ever discuss those 2 topics with anyone except my DH. Not even my parents or dearest friends.

That being said though, I do have a personal irk. I can'e stand it when people refer to Confusionism as a religion. As i recall, Confusious was only a mortal man who lived his life with certian standards. He was not a supreme being of any sort & people do not pray or worship him. They only choose to live their lives by his guidelines. But then again, I am not a ... Confusionist? ...

mbelgard Posted 28 Jan 2009 , 9:58pm
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I've never sold baked goods made in my home (illegal in this country), but I have turned someone in....



Do you mean it's illegal in some states? Because I know in others it is perfectly legal to sell baked goods out of your home- as long as you're liscensed.




I know chutzpah lives in another country and I believe it's somewhere in Europe so she probably means what she said.

BCo Posted 28 Jan 2009 , 10:01pm
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Duff started out of his house, which is/was in Maryland, which is/was illegal! He started out like a lot of homebakers did, for family and friends not realizing what it was about to turn into or setting out to break laws and before you know it bam...you have your own Food Network Show!! Ahhh we can all dream......... everyone has their own thoughts, morals, beliefs or whatever you want to call it. Let it go - believe what you believe and let everyone else believe what they want, it's what makes the world a more interesting place to live! Would you want to live in a world of people EXACTLY like yourself!! No thanks, I can't stand myself some days, I can't imagine a whole world of me!! icon_lol.gif
I'm just going to leave it at that, I could go on and on too but I'm having too much fun reading all the funny stuff that everyone else is writing....I love such whitty people, you all are great fun.....I keep having to go back in the posts when someone quotes someone to see what the original post said so I can get the funny parts! I'm a big fan of heated posts gone funny! icon_biggrin.gif

indydebi Posted 28 Jan 2009 , 10:07pm
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too pitiful...so no one could say that they were having a meeting 'cause no one would be in 'costume'.




Gosh, I guess this law means there can be no chapter of the Royal Order of Water Buffaloes. Poor Fred Flintstone and Barney Rubble! What will they do in their spare time NOW?

FromScratch Posted 28 Jan 2009 , 10:07pm
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Scientology is a "religion" too and it was thought up by a sci-fi writer... I'd rather call Confucianism a religion over that nonsense, but I get what you mean. It's really a philosophy.

indydebi Posted 28 Jan 2009 , 10:13pm
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Do you mean it's illegal in some states? Because I know in others it is perfectly legal to sell baked goods out of your home- as long as you're liscensed.




I would venture to say it's illegal in MOST states. In Indiana, you cannot get a license to sell cakes out of your home. First thing out of the clerk's mouth when I walk in their office to start the paperwork was "You can't sell them from your house."

Tita9499 Posted 28 Jan 2009 , 10:22pm
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I've never sold baked goods made in my home (illegal in this country), but I have turned someone in....



Do you mean it's illegal in some states? Because I know in others it is perfectly legal to sell baked goods out of your home- as long as you're liscensed.



I know chutzpah lives in another country and I believe it's somewhere in Europe so she probably means what she said.




Oh! Didn't even think about that, looked at the location, but you know...statement retracted.

Tita9499 Posted 28 Jan 2009 , 10:24pm
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Do you mean it's illegal in some states? Because I know in others it is perfectly legal to sell baked goods out of your home- as long as you're liscensed.



I would venture to say it's illegal in MOST states. In Indiana, you cannot get a license to sell cakes out of your home. First thing out of the clerk's mouth when I walk in their office to start the paperwork was "You can't sell them from your house."




Same here in Texas, gotta love it...we need to get stationed somewhere quick. I wanna be able to walk from my cake shop to my bedroom in 2.5 seconds...LOL! I'm being sarcastic people, please don't start up on how "you have to have a certain amount of feet separating blah, blah, blah..." just laugh- or don't.

Ayanami Posted 28 Jan 2009 , 10:44pm
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jkalman said :

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Scientology is a "religion" too and it was thought up by a sci-fi writer... I'd rather call Confucianism a religion over that nonsense, but I get what you mean. It's really a philosophy.




That's the word I was lookin for! Philosophy. thank you. icon_smile.gif

Santa_Kitchen Posted 28 Jan 2009 , 10:52pm
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Most of us think that is illegal here in GA, but the law in different in each County. So been "illegal" depends also in which county you live in.

toodlesjupiter Posted 28 Jan 2009 , 11:07pm
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"Maybe the Cake Central atheists can make their own Facebook group so you can go talk smack about all of us delusional people who pray to imaginary deities. Buh-bye! "

Well, Cakepro, that's just typical. I guess those of us who are atheists or agnostics or any other religion or faith that is different from yours are not welcome on Cake Central and that we just need to take our heathen ways and get out. Very nice.

You don't have to be a Christian to make moral decisions. When people constantly point out to everyone that being a Christian is why they have the ability to make moral decisions, it tacitly implies that people who aren't Christians don't have the same capacity to do so. As a non-Christian, I can tell you that message gets really old. If you don't want to make non-Christians defensive, stop suggesting that you "own" the moral high ground.




This is exactly how I feel. So they can be snarky towards all of us "non-believers", but we need to go somewhere else to do our snarky smack-talking. They are sooo much more moral than we are. ANYWAY! icon_rolleyes.gif

ntertayneme Posted 28 Jan 2009 , 11:24pm
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I'm going to lock this topic because I feel it has gotten way off the path in which it started. I feel it has also turned more negative than positive, therefore, it is now locked.

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