Granny Gill Prepares For Weddings, Special Events

Thursday, January 25, 2018

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Photo by Sally Carroll Linda "Granny" Gill and her husband, Benton, have made lots of friends since she launched her baking business in mid-November. Granny is able to stay home and care for her husband while she bakes up a storm in the kitchen. She has gained a lot of customers in a short time, many of whom remember "Granny" from her restaurant days, or when she served as a nutrition educator and traveled to schools in McDonald County. Some of her customers now are former students, she said, smiling.
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Photo by Sally Carroll Linda "Granny" Gill and her husband, Benton, have made lots of friends since she launched her baking business in mid-November. Granny is able to stay home and care for her husband while she bakes up a storm in the kitchen. She has gained a lot of customers in a short time, many of whom remember "Granny" from her restaurant days, or when she served as a nutrition educator and traveled to schools in McDonald County. Some of her customers now are former students, she said, smiling.

From homemade cinnamon rolls, coconut crème pies, to snickerdoodle cookies, Granny Gill bakes up a storm.


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