BY JEAN & RACHEL
Food Network Canada's The Baker Sisters
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Jean & Rachel
Jean & Rachel
Jean and Rachel started from humble beginnings; their single mother baked butter tarts out of their mobile home in Bayside as a way to earn money for the family.
It wasn’t till Jean and Rachel became mothers themselves, the pair cofounded Maple Key Tart Co., a boutique butter tart company operating in Toronto and Prince Edward County. They began with their mom’s recipe and infused it with their own flavour and style to come up with Maple Key Tart Co.’s award wining signature butter tart. When not baking butter tarts, you can catch this sister duo as the hosts of Food Network Canada’s The Baker Sisters, now airing on Global TV. This delectable travel series follows Jean and Rachel as they visit bakeries across North America and discover how their delicious desserts are made. The pair have appeared on the Marilyn Denis Show, ET Canada and are launching their own YouTube channel in
the new year. They are seasoned judges at the Midland Butter Tart Festival as well as other sweet show-downs across the province. Through the Lettuce Bake Series, these self-taught bakers and sisters continue to share their appreciation of baking and live by their motto “baking is love”.
The Baker Sisters
On Food Network Canada
This deliciously decadent series celebrates the most scrumptious baked treats North America has to offer. Hosted by bakers and real-life sisters, Rachel Smith and Jean Parker, The Baker Sisters takes viewers on a guilt-free road trip to see how sensational ooey gooey sweets are made.
In every episode, The Baker Sisters visit three locations to sample the treats the bakery, restaurant or deli is famous for. Then, they head to the kitchen with the expert baker to see exactly how they make their tempting confections. From finger-licking sticky buns to mouth-watering mile-high sponge cakes, these sisters are on an exciting baking adventure to discover where, who and how North America’s most blissful goodies are made.