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About Our Blog

Out Of The Oven, the official blog of Rhodes Bake-N-Serv™, was started as a way to share recipe ideas and baking tips with our consumers. From Appetizers to Entrees and fun, specialty snacks inbetween our bloggers come up with “Out of the Oven” ideas that are sure to please all.

About Rhodes Bake-N-Serv ™

For both the delicious aroma and taste of home, nothing comes close to that of fresh-baked breads and rolls, and none are better than those from Rhodes Bake-N-Serv™.

Rhodes manufactures and sells frozen bread, roll and cinnamon roll dough products, as well as producing partially-baked rolls, enabling today’s busy families to enjoy them at any time. Rhodes prides themselves in producing high quality products using the best ingredients and time-honored techniques. Rhodes frozen bread and rolls are readily available in the freezer section of retail grocery stores throughout the United States.

Founded in 1958 by Herbert Cecil Rhodes, an inventor and designer of bakery equipment, the company started in Portland, Oregon. Through the years Rhodes has grown, operating today with over 200 employees. Rhodes is a family owned company with its headquarters in Utah, since 1990, and a manufacturing facility in Wisconsin.

About Our Bloggers

Meet Jasey

from http://jaseyscrazydaisy.com/

I dabble in a little bit of everything, baking, cooking, sewing, quilting, crafting, and other DIY home projects. Letting others know they are appreciated is important to me and I love thinking of fun ways to let them know how special they are. I’ve always wanted to write a book that actually gets published. I believe in miracles and have three of my own. I work hard to find a balance between time spent with my family, blogging, and maintaining our crazy activity schedule and our home (dishes, laundry, floors, you know how that goes). My family is at the top of my priorities and will always win this battle, so when I’m gone from the blogosphere, you know where I am, although I shouldn’t be gone for too long.