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Twin sisters open a new bakery in Rhinelander
RHINELANDER - Butterfinger, Black Forest, and Snickerdoodle flavors fill the cases at the newest bakery in Rhinelander.

Twin sisters Brooke Strong and Carmen Stamper own BC Cakes & More.

They just opened a second location on Brown Street a couple of weeks ago, but the ladies began re-inventing

flavors a few years ago at their Crandon location.

"Being able to try new things all the time with the flavors and getting suggestions from people," says Carmen Stamper.

The sisters say they've learned to be flexible when it comes to making a customer's cake idea into a reality.
That flexibility goes for working with each other, too.

"We work through it. Everything turns out good. We have different opinions, so we balance each other out a lot," says Brooke Strong.

The bakery is open Tuesday through Saturday from 7:00 a.m. to 4: 00 p.m.

Story By: Natalie Cardona


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