Here's Sarah's scones, using part of the 1/2 flat of strawberries from the farmer's market the week before. We looked into selling prepared food at the farmer's market. There's a bit to it, beyond just showing up with your wares. You have to get a license from the county. You have to prepare your food in a certified kitchen. And then, you need to get a permit to get a spot at the farmer's market. All said, it could easily be a couple thousand even before you start talking about ingredients let alone equipment. A few shortcuts came to mind, like using the kitchen of a certified restaurant, which all of them are. And selling in a booth with someone else. Still, there are a few hurdles, even if you are just experimenting.
Jib Jab with Tim
Thanks for the encouragement to get back into the writing. I really enjoy it, especially when I hear from you. I've been working on family stuff which has taken all my energy lately, and it's been hard to think about anything but. So, anyway, I'm trying to get back in the saddle. Thanks for your patience and prodding!