Simply Baked Catering trio open for business today

One of the delectable cakes in the window at Simply Baked Catering, during the shop's precursor weekend during the Winchester Parade of Lights. The new business has since been closed for renovations, finally re-opening to the public today. Zandbergen photo, Nation Valley News

WINCHESTER — Simply Baked Catering in Winchester had a precursory opening during the Parade of Lights weekend last month.

But the three partners in the operation, Claire Faguy, Anne Carriere and Cheryl Beasley (whose images appear in that order, left to right, in the video clip below) will be officially open for business as of this morning, Wednesday, Jan. 24 (10 a.m. to 7 p.m.). The milestone follows weeks of renovations at 493 Main Street.

A grand opening is set for Jan. 30 as well.

Faguy (shown in the video selling customers some tasty treats during Parade of Lights night) is a credentialed pastry chef handling the sweet side of the operation; Carriere is a cook extraordinaire offering food and soups on the premises; and Beasley produces a line of popular breads. The trio have also combined their talents to offer a catered service.



Above, they cut the official ribbon on Simply Baked Catering. in Winchester on the verge of lunch hour, Jan. 30. From left in the thumbnail pose are North Dundas Mayor Eric Duncan, Deputy Mayor Gerry Boyce, MP Guy Lauzon, and the principals in the new venture, Anne CarriereClaire Faguy and Cheryl Beasley.

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