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Renee stands next to her first customer, Jane Arbuckle with server Jessice Malenfant behind the counter
REPORTING · 5th May 2010
Merv Ritchie
Terrace's newest Bakery and Eatery has opened its doors to customers. Renee Berschaminski and Danielle Morris have been working steady for two months to bring their dream to this reality. Today at 7:00 am they opened the doors to the Terrace public.

Their first customer, at just after 7 am was the Vice Principal of Thornhill Junior Secondary, Jane Arbuckle. She was picking up freshly baked goods to share with the staff.

The list of treasures she took to school included;
Lemon Blueberry Scone,
Apple Cinnamon Raisin Muffin,
Raspberry Turnover,
Cheese Croissant,
Chocolate Chip Walnut Cookie
and an Oatmeal Raisin Pecan Cookie.

The location of the Bakery is in the former Hothouse building across from the new Millennium Trail. It may just be the closest stop for those walking the trail to a caffe' latte or a quiet breakfast. Kitchies will be serving full meals through to Lunch and Dinner along with their fresh baked goods.
Best Cake Ever
Comment by Cindy Stark on 11th May 2010
On April 3 Danielle made a cake for my dad's 65th. I wanted a replica of his lunch box. Did I get one? You bet I did. It was perfect and tasted even better. Danielle jumped through hoops to make it for me even though the eatery was not ready. This is the kind of service Terrace needs. I am looking forward to visiting Kitchies as often as i can.
congratulations!
Comment by tes baker on 10th May 2010
its grand to see one of our 'own neighbourhood' kids doing so well! good luck to you in your venture danielle! i'm sure you will do very well!
Congrats!!!
Comment by Denis Gagne on 5th May 2010
Yahoo, freshly baked bread!!!
ANOTHER POSITIVE FOR TERRACE
Comment by Moe Naguib on 5th May 2010
Its a good day for the community when you see another positive development take a step forward like this. All the best to Renee Berschaminski and Danielle Morris for taking the time and effort to move forward with this project in our midst.