According to an article from, “When Chris and Annette Cook started thinking about how they might fund their retirement, they had a couple of options. They could put every spare dollar into savings, or they could find an income source that could carry them from the adolescents-at-home years through the golden years.”
The article said that Annette had formerly made chocolate pizzas as gifts. “I went in the kitchen and started playing,” she said in the report.
Among the four types Amore Chocolate Pizzas, they are also whipping out chocolate-dipped pretzels and spoons, according to the report. But it’s still only part-time
“What appealed to us was that we could go in and work for an intense, short period,” Chris Cook said in the article. He also explained that without the expense of employees and a storefront, profit is very reachable.
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