725 Stockbridge Drive, Fort Mill, SC 29708 | (803) 548-7979

Email us at: info@bakers-buzzin.coM

                                                                                                          

  

Our Parties are the best around!! Birthday Fun AND a Life Lesson...Who Knew??
Pizza Parlor! Breakfast Bonanza! Princess Tea Party! Cupcake Challenge! Minecraft Madness!
Holiday dates are booking fast!

 

Crossed Fork And Knife THIS WEEK

Spooky Treats & Eats Classes This Week!  


It's time for your kids to put their creative hats on as we make FROM SCRATCH Halloween cookies. We'll have lots of decorating ingredients out for this weeks class from icings to gels, sprinkles and candies! We're always amazed by the creativity of your children! 
Halloween Cookies

    

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Upcoming Weekly Classes

Week of:

 

October 20th

Spooky Treats & Eats!

October 27th

Halloween Extravaganza!

November 3rd

Pizza! Pizza!

November 10th

Cool Cupcakes!

November 17th

Holiday Baking!

 

Upcoming Kids Night Outs

Night of:

 

October 24th

Halloween Extravaganza!

Nov 7th & 14th

Frozen!

November 21st

Mystery Mania!

December 12th

Winter Wonderland!

  

  • Leslie Fisher, Founder and Cooking Coach 

    DSC_0321Leslie is a business professional by trade but her true passion lies in a lifelong love for baking and cooking in the kitchen. When she is not running her three children ages 12, 8 and 6 from one activity to the next, she’s spending her time with them in the kitchen. Passionate about her children’s love of cooking but discouraged by the lack of children’s cooking venues in the area, Leslie became determined to jointly open a kitchen studio with her husband, Andrew, who shares her love of cooking. She envisioned a place to teach children to bake and cook but to do it with a focus on fun. With Bakers Buzzin’s launch in 2013, Leslie is excited to coach children about the magic of the kitchen!  

     

    As far back as Leslie can remember, she spent time with her mother making memorable favorites such as peanut butter cookies and Christmas treats around the holidays. She also has fond memories of her days in home economics learning many of the basic skills she still uses today. 

     

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    Leslie patiently waiting for her cookies to finish.           Cooking with her mother at age 3

     

    After moving to Tega Cay from New Jersey in 2006, she took an interest in leading a Daisy Scout troop for her oldest daughter. From Daisy Scouts to Brownies to Girl Scouts, Leslie has been actively involved and leading Girl Scout troops and activities for the past seven years. From meeting coordination and instruction, fund raising activities, and field trips to volunteer and community service projects, Leslie found her passion in working with children. In addition to scouting, Leslie is actively involved in elementary school activities from classroom parent and activities coordinator to Junior Achievement instructor for the past 2 years. Leslie is ServSafe® certified in proper food handling as well as First Aid and CPR certified through the American Heart Association®.

     

    Along with cooking, baking and parenting her three wonderful children, Leslie enjoys reading, spending time outdoors with her family and spending time with her favorite dog “Thunder”.

     

  • Andrew Fisher, Founder, Operations Manager & Cooking Coach 

    IMG_1063For the past seventeen years,  Andrew has grown a successful career at two large banking institutions but always had the desire to move away from the 9-5 grind and make a career out of his true passions; working with children and cooking. Andrew considers himself a kid at heart, especially since he has been around children his entire life. In addition to his over twelve years as a working parent, he is also the youngest child of a family of eleven children and currently has twenty eight nieces and nephews. His entire childhood and young adulthood was spent caring for and interacting with children of all ages.

     

    1013076_10201551854902432_495570350_nBeing the youngest of eleven children was not easy. With all the hustle bustle of such a large household, Andrew had to learn to navigate his way around the kitchen on his own at an early age. When he was a teenager, he was on grill duty cooking large meals for his very large family. In college, Andrew learned to cook and eat on a limited budget and took jobs at a seafood restaurant, an asian restaurant and an italian restaurant and was exposed to a wide variety of cuisine. His love for cooking took off from there. His favorite foods to cook include Italian and Mexican dishes and he’s often chided by his wife for just “winging it” with whatever                   Andrew and his 10 siblings (1977)

    ingredients are on hand. He’s also a self proclaimed "chili head" due

    to his love of spicy food. He often leaves the baking to Leslie because

    “she’s just so good at it."                                                                                                                                 

    After moving to Tega Cay with Leslie in 2006, Andrew became actively involved in community activities. He helped found the Tega Cay Anglers Club, and shorty after, coordinated two very successful children’s fishing derbies at Windjammer Park in Tega Cay for over 40 children and their families. He is actively involved in Cub Scouts with his son, helping lead den activities and camping events, and has actively participated on his son’s baseball team for the past 3 years. Andrew also participated in the Reading First program for the past 2 years volunteering to read to kindergarten and first grade students. Andrew is ServSafe® certified in proper food handling as well as First Aid and CPR certified through the American Heart Association®.

     

    Andrew shares his wife Leslie’s frustration not only with the lack of a children’s kitchen studio in the area, but also with the “same old places” when it comes to providing interactive and educational venues for children’s birthday parties. He felt that he and Leslie could develop a business that could be engaging, fun and educational all while doing something they both have a true passion for.

     

    Andrew also has a love for the outdoors including fishing, camping, canoeing, kayaking, hiking, gardening and outdoor home improvement projects.

     

  • Bonnie Hunter, Cooking Coach 

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    Bonnie is a stay at home mom with an 18 year former career in product development and retail management.  She is a wife and mother of two.  She has been a resident of the North and South Carolina areas for 16 years, currently residing in Indian Land, SC.

     

    She volunteers with her daughter’s Girl Scout troop and at the York County Girl Scout day camp in the summer as well at her children’s elementary school, as a room parent, chaperoning on field trips, and reading to the class.

     

    Bonnie enjoys being in the kitchen preparing healthy from scratch or almost from scratch meals for her family and teaching her children how to cook and bake.  She is always looking for the next new recipe to try out on her family and friends.

     

    She enjoys spending time with her family and friends, running, reading and catching up on her favorite shows when she is not taking care of her family, volunteering, and being creative in the kitchen.

     

    Bonnie is looking forward to this new adventure with Leslie and Andrew by coaching children on the love of cooking.

     

     

  • Cathy Bolduc, Cooking Coach

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    Two things this energetic mom loves is working with kids and cooking!  Cathy's love of cooking comes from her southern heritage with her mother and grandmother instilling a love of food and family at a young age. She believes that teaching kids cooking is a valuable skill that they can use later in life as an independent adult.  Prior to becoming a stay at home mom after her first daughter was born, Cathy was a social worker for 10 years primarily focused on families and children. Cathy also  has 20 plus years in the food service industry.

     

    Cathy and her husband Mark first moved to Tega Cay in 2005. Immediately she became involved with the Tega Cay Moms club and has actively been involved with the organization in various roles. Cathy volunteers at the elementary school and is a substitute teacher at St. Johns Wee School. 

     

    Cathy B 2Besides being a wife and a mom of 3 awesome children, Cathy loves traveling, reading, the outdoors, and being  adventurous when dining out. She is excited about this new adventure and being able to spread the love of cooking to children in our community and beyond.

     

     

 

 

 

If you are interested in working for Bakers Buzzin', we will continue to accept applications.

Please feel free to fill out our employment application and email it or bring it in to us for consideration.