Northshore Magazine

July 2012

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ne Careers the whoopie makers my office chris and mary bandereck, owners, topsfield bakeshop and the whoo(pie) wagon Why whoopies: "We have been in business for years, specializing in cakes...and other baked goods," says Mary. "When one of our wholesale customers asked if we could make whoopie pies for a local store, we came up with...chocolate and pumpkin whoopies. That fall, we tried them out at the Topsfield Fair. We have been a favorite stop at the fair for thousands of people over the past five years." Family affair: Mary and Chris met at Johnson & Wales 30 years ago. All three of their sons work many fairs and events with the couple, and "Our youngest will be attending J&W in the fall of 2012," says Mary. Where to find The Whoo(pie) Wagon: "Currently, we are doing private functions, fairs, and festivals. We are a fixture at the Topsfield Fair each year and hope to always call Topsfield our home." Next appear- ances: Bridgewater State University, where, Mary says, "we'll be serving up goodies with crazy color fillings for the Dr. Seuss Spring event." thewhoopie —L.L. 24 July 2012 photograph by bob o'connor

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