|Levine (left) gives no half-baked answers to Piperato questions.|
Owner Cindy Levine was busy baking, so she sent husband Robert to testify. "My wife Cindy is the boss of My Boys Baking. I work for her," he explained. He told Supervisors that their business started in 2004, when his wife brought some biscottis to a garment trade show in California. When they returned home, they had an order for 1,500 pounds.
"Did you bring any samples with you?" asked Supervisor Steve Salvesen.
"I did, but I ate them on the way," Levine answered. He explained that his wife's biscotti is softer than the traditional version. They also bake cookies, brownies, bundt cakes and rugelach.
The company employs five people, and at Christmas time, brings in another five. It is open weekdays and Saturdays. It was located along Nazareth Pike, but outgrew it.