Earlene and Helen were tough Southern mamas who taught their daughters the value of hard work, a dollar earned, homemade goodness, a quality pie tin and a flour-covered apron.
On different career and life paths until 2010, a chance introduction brought Executive Ginger Graham and Chef Deb Traylor together. They discovered an instant connection around food and the kitchens of their past where family, friendship, loving, giving and sharing were everything.
Together, they dreamed of opening a little pie shop, and as good dreams sometimes do, theirs grew to be so much more. Welcome to Ginger and Baker!
For more than 100 years, this old mill was the place where farmers and ranchers brought and bought grain, drank coffee and talked about crops and the weather. Townspeople stopped by to visit and buy a bag of dog food or maybe a few baby chicks for backyard coops.
Now on the National Register of Historic Places and the State Register of Historic Properties, we’ve carefully restored and preserved its historic architectural details, as well as the character and charm that made it a symbol of community and honest, locally produced food.
Learn more about the building’s history and renovation here.