When the first new york bakers opened, they had to create their own menu

In 1917, New York City had a citywide bakery shortage.And then in 1917, the Brooklyn District Court declared that no baker had to make their own bread.And in the years that followed, the number of bakeries in the boroughs increased from just one to 20, with the borough’s population doubling.┬áThe Brooklyn Bakery is one of…