Windsor

Nana's Bakery producing 2,400 trillium cookies for Open Streets

Nana's Bakery was closed Friday, but behind the locked doors staff were buzzing. With just a day to go, they're attempting to produce 200 dozen cookies for Windsor Open Streets.

'It’s going to take me approximately 20-24 hours of baking, never mind the icing'

Nana's Bakery is producing 2,400 cookies for Windsor's Open Streets. (Meg Roberts/CBC)

Nana's Bakery was closed Friday, but behind the locked doors staff were buzzing. With just a day to go, they're attempting to produce 200 dozen cookies for Windsor Open Streets.

"It's going to take me approximately 20-24 hours of baking, never mind the icing," explained owner Doug Romanek, who was busy rolling dough and using a 3D printed trillium-shaped cutter to make the treats unique.

Baker Doug Romanek said the task will take 20-24 hours of baking. (Meg Roberts)

The baker is taking on the delicious task with the help of his wife, son and a staff member. Together they're hoping to have the biscuits ready for consumption by 4 p.m. Saturday.

It may be a tall order, but Romanek said he's confident they can make it happen.

"We may be really tired by the time Open Streets rolls around, but we definitely will have the cookies ready to go."

Staff are using a 3D printed trillium-shaped cutter to make the special cookies. (Meg Roberst/Twitter)

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