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Podcast: The Speakeasy Baking Co Heads to Food Network

by CC News
The Speakeasy Baking Co

On this episode, I speak with BrieAnna of The Speakeasy Baking Co about her experience on the Food Networks Christmas Cookie Challenge – “A Very Country Christmas”.

Although she cannot reveal much on the episode until it airs on December 14, we talk about how she was selected, the process it took and what it was like while she was there. We talk about how she got into baking, why cookies cost so much and plenty more. Also, for those wanting to try the cookies, they offer weekly cookie drops at The Playroom in Brentwood or you can attend a pop-up event.

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Christmas Cookie Challenge – Thursday, December 14th at 9pm ET/PT on Food Network

“A Very Country Christmas”

As hosts Ree Drummond and Eddie Jackson know, Christmas in the country is just different than anywhere else, so they task four countrified cookie makers with creating two different cowboy Christmas designs.

After they’re done, one cookie maker will have to leave the ranch while the cookie maker who “cowboys up” the best batch will gain an advantage for the next round.

Then, the three remaining bakers create cookie versions of ceramic farmhouse cookie jars that must be fully functional while their displays incorporate country desserts like sweet potato pie, peach cobbler, pecan pie or pineapple upside down cake.

One cowpoke cookie maker will ride off into the sunset with $10,000 and the Golden Ornament.

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Street Sweeper December 5, 2023 - 6:03 am

Congrats to her, I hope it helps build her business. Who doesn’t like a fresh baked cookie?

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