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Jessica Cook moved to Woodstock for its family-friendly atmosphere. The initials in her J&G Pastries stand for Jessica and her 8-year-old son, Grayson. Here, Cook stands with some of her baked creations for parties, holidays, and events. ”The community has been really supportive,” she said. (Independent photo by Ken Farver)
When Jessica Cook was enrolled in a home economics class at Hoffman Estates High School, the students each made a mini cheesecake. “I loved the response when I gave it […]
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