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shipping cookies

Share a little sugar! How to package and ship cookies.

If you’re new to this exciting shipping and sharing thing, we’re happy to help you with a few simple tips on how to ensure your Consumer gets your perfect treats, … Continue Reading →


Come and get—or sell—your YUM!

Let’s start with the hungry, the snackish, the curious, the generous. You: the YUMery consumer. Like, literally, you’re going to consume the YUMmy things you buy on YUMery.com. Or you’re … Continue Reading →


Happy New Year! Happy new YUM!

Well, we did it: We made the calendar year change. Ta da: It’s 2018! Okay, we didn’t really have much to do with the new year, but we have everything … Continue Reading →


Goodbye frustration, hello YUM!

by Bonnie Berkowitz, YUMery founder So it happened again: I was on hold with tech support for a very, very long time today. I decided the best way to ease … Continue Reading →


Dating the Makers

As we build the website and get ready to invite makers into it, I can’t shake the feeling that we’re courting, or old-fashioned dating. We’re making the site as irresistible … Continue Reading →


Logo Love

Ah, the life of an entrepreneur: make your own hours, work when you feel like it, decide your own course, total freedom…. Not! If you’re an entrepreneur/solopreneur you know all … Continue Reading →


Good old multi-tasking Mason

Is there anything quite as versatile as a Mason jar? Patented by John Landis Mason in 1858, these things are a bit like millipedes—in a good way: They haven’t changed … Continue Reading →


Blueberry Crunch is like an old family friend

Every summer my husband and his family would go out to the lake, where the tradition began to go blueberry picking on Blueberry Hill. Just how many Blueberry Hills are … Continue Reading →


Mandel bread: Team chewy, or team crispy?

When I posted a picture of Mandel bread on Facebook the other day, my Creative Director Lauren called me and said, ‘How did I get to be a fully mature … Continue Reading →


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Is there anything quite as versatile as a Mason jar? Patented by John Landis Mason in 1858, these things are a bit like millipedes—in a good way: They haven’t changed … Continue Reading →