Noe Valley, California’s bakery Noe has been around since the 1970s.
It’s now one of the largest and most diverse bakeries in the country, with more than 1,200 employees, many of them young women.
Its latest incarnation, The Noe Baking Company, is located in the tiny town of Sunmerry, about 20 miles south of Sacramento.
The owner of The Noxie Baking Co., Emily Farrar, is in her early 40s.
She is a self-taught baker who had to work with her parents, and her mom had to take on the job of making cookies for the business.
She says it’s all about giving back to the community.
“I just feel like I’m giving something back,” she says.
“And I love what I do.”
Farral started working at Nox in 2013.
Today, she runs the bakery in her spare time.
She’s passionate about helping women achieve their dreams, and she says it all started with a small cookie jar.
“My mom had a cookie jar that had just a couple cookies inside and one inside the lid.
So I went to work and I made cookies out of those,” she explains.
“Then I would make a little little jar with a lid, and when I’d take it out of the jar, I’d get all these little little little pieces of sugar in the jar.”
The recipe for her cookie dough, she says, is simple.
“So I took a cookie from the jar and I put a little bit of vanilla, a little touch of salt, and a little pinch of cinnamon and a pinch of nutmeg,” she recalls.
Farrs cookie dough is all about the spices, and the ingredients in the cookie dough are also very unique.
“We are not baking a cookie that has flour in it, we’re not baking flour.
We are baking flour with a touch of sugar and with a pinch or a pinch, and then we have a touch or a little bite of cinnamon or nutmeg or a bit of salt,” she tells ABC News.
“These little little spices, these little bits of salt and cinnamon, these are all baked into the dough.
They’re not a cookie, they’re a little piece of sugar.”
Fairs cookies are also made with the same recipe as the original.
“The recipe for Nox is the same as it is for The Nne Valley,” Farrars says.
The difference, however, is that they are baked in an oven.
“There’s no oven at the Nne valley bakery,” she laughs.
Fairs are the first to say they’ve been excited to try out the new recipe.
“When we went in there for the first time we were just blown away,” says Farras daughter, Leah.
It takes longer to make a loaf, but it’s a lot less time and a lot more effort,” Fairs adds. “
But it’s also a bit more labor intensive than other bakeries.
It takes longer to make a loaf, but it’s a lot less time and a lot more effort,” Fairs adds.
And the cookies are not just delicious, but they are also affordable.
The bakery sells for $5.99 for a 30-inch loaf.
“For us, it’s really important to make sure that we’re doing things right for the community and to make the community feel good about the work that we do,” Fears says.
In addition to making a few cookies, Fairs also does baking for weddings and corporate events.
She has been working at The Nie Valley bakery since 2012.
“Our business has really grown,” Fares says.
She describes Nox as a place where “everyone has something to contribute, and we’re here to help each other and to give back.”
The bakery, which opened in 2015, serves a range of specialty baked goods, including ice cream, cupcakes, pies, cookies and more.
Noe is also a community bakery that also offers classes on baking and pastry.
“Nox is one of those places that makes you feel good to do something, and that’s really what we are here for,” Furs says.
For Fears, this experience at Noe, which she says is a big part of her job, is all worth it.
“As a woman, I always think, ‘Oh, this is why I love baking,'” she says with a smile.
“This is my way of saying thank you.
It feels really good, you know, to do what you love.”
Fears adds that Nox will continue to help women succeed in the baking world.
“Every year we are making the National Day of Giving to Make A Difference in a variety of ways,” she adds.
“That’s a huge one, because it’s just about giving, and this is just about the food. And that’s