Yippee! Our CookieCon live chat series continues in September, even after CookieCon is over (!!), with CookieCon presenter and repeat Sugar Show winner, @Jodi Till of Kids to College Cookie Creations.
(1) Please feel free to enter advance questions now by following the instructions at the top of this chat page. (As always, it's super helpful for questions to be logged early, so our guests are able to prepare answers beforehand and to field more questions during live chat time.) To help inform your questions, please review Jodi’s bio (below) and explore her Facebook page.
(2) Please note that any advance questions will reveal one at a time, in the order received, only after the chat goes live. Do not expect questions or answers to appear immediately.
(3) Last but not least, as with all of these chats, you have a special opportunity to see inside the minds of some extremely talented decorators, so I encourage you to do your homework before jumping on the chat. Again, please review Jodi's bio below.
I look forward to "seeing" you at the chat!
Jodi Till grew up baking cookies with her grandma, aunt, and mom, which truly ended up being her most cherished childhood memory. In 2014, her sister encouraged her to make a cookie Facebook page so friends could order. Being a fresh empty nester that year, and seeing how expensive it was to keep two kids in college, Jodi accepted the proposal and posted the page “Kids to College Cookie Creations”. Her whim soon ended up turning into a full-fledged business, and now she concentrates on teaching others how to pass on the cherished memories of baking and decorating cookies together. Jodi has been a first-place winner in the Sugar Show at CookieCon for the last two consecutive seasons. She loves to teach cookie classes several times a week, bake mini pies, and also develop new cookie cutter designs for the cookie world. When Jodi isn’t cookie-ing, she can be spotted in the corner of a courtroom sitting in the court reporter’s chair or up on a mountain hiking with her husband.
Photo and cookie credits: Jodi Till