About Nana Kay
My grandmother, Nana Kay, was a wonderful baker. As a child I spent hours at her side as she explained the importance of measuring and using only the best ingredients. Of course, in childlike fashion, all I was interested in was sneaking a taste of whatever yummy batter was in the bowl...for which I was promptly reprimanded.
But as the years passed I found that I had actually gotten something out of the time spent with
Nana Kay (other than about an extra twenty extra pounds). I had developed a love of baking!
So after many years in a completely different
profession, that of a Fashion Art Director in New York City, I decided to open "Nana Kay's Bakery", which has become very popular in a short period of time. As a provider of a variety of baked goods and pastries, I take pride in using only the freshest ingredients in the creation of the best Vermont homemade products around.
I am dedicated to serving the needs of our customers each and every day.
"Let them eat cake" - Marie Antoinette
Nana Kay 1927
Nana Kay's Cookbook compiled by her son
Robert H. Elwell
Kelli aka Nana Kay,
shown here at Equinox Valley Nursery Event for benefit of
The Manchester Food Cupboard.