Cottage law allows cooks to bypass certified kitchen requirement for some foods

By Kameel Stanley, Times Staff Writer Saturday, September 10, 2011 Stephanie Parker was in a fix on her wedding day. The cake she ordered was a sad mess: It leaned, and its fondant, which should have been smooth, was rippled. Just hours before the ceremony, Parker dashed to Publix to get a replacement. The experience made Parker, a stay-at-home… By Kameel Stanley, Times Staff Writer Saturday, September 10, 2011 Stephanie Parker was in a fix on her wedding day. The cake she ordered was a sad mess: It leaned, and its fondant, which should have been smooth, was rippled. Just hours before the ceremony, Parker dashed to Publix to get a replacement. The experience made Parker, a stay-at-home mom from Riverview, wonder if she could do better …

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