One couple’s from-scratch foray into baking and creating a business using treasured family recipes
The Brown family in front of the bakeshop they opened on Reynolds Avenue in January.
Shoe Time: “Nike Air Max 270s! Not only are they comfortable but pretty stylish, too. But comfort comes first as I’m on my feet all day!”—Chasity
Mom Care: “My rosewater hydrating body spray from Motherland Essentials. It smells great, and I love supporting another local business.” —Chasity
Beach Days: “Relaxing, usually on Folly Beach. We don’t get to go as much as we’d like, but it’s always enjoyable and peaceful.”—Nate
Book On It: “The 50th Law by 50 Cent and Robert Greene; as a young black man and a fan of hip-hop, I admire how 50 Cent defeated the odds to become the great entrepreneur that he is today.”—Nate
Top Dessert: “Sweet potato pie served warm with ice cream on top. Oh, yeah! We started making them during holidays, but people always ask for it, so we make them year-round.” —Nate
The couple behind Daddy’s Girls Bakery weighs in on running a family business, opening a brick-and-mortar bakeshop, and their craveworthy Charleston chewies