Home-based bread business brings in dough during pandemic

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CLEVELAND — One northeast Ohio woman with a newfound knack for baking bread is turning her talents into some dough.


What You Need To Know

  • Meghann Hennen started her own business, Challah @ Meg, during the pandemic
  • She sends her hand-made bread to customers across the country, baking about 25 loaves a week in her Shaker Heights home
  • She called the process a type of therapy
  • Every night you can find her there making dough for challah or baking it

 

Meghann Hennen spends a lot of time in the kitchen. So much so, that she’s even named her mixers. Her white KitchenAid is “Betty White.”

“I was not the person in the kitchen before the pandemic, my husband was,” Hennen said. “So, I started this basically when the pandemic started.”

Now, every night you can find her there making dough for challah or baking it. 

“The bread is something that we eat to break bread together,” she said. “So, like, I make it and you can tear it…

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