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Another Lawyer Turned Baker: Rebecca Ditsch

By now, everyone knows the story of Warren Brown - government lawyer turned baker. Seems Brown has inspired a trend. The latest lawyer turned baker is Rebecca Ditsch who left law to launch The Farmer's Daughter - a Brooklyn bakery that produces made-to-order layer cakes and cupcakes. Her stuff looks delicious.

According to this post on jaunted, the name of the business refers to Ditsch's mother, who learned to do amazing things in a kitchen of a working dairy farm in the hinterlands of Minnesota and eventually passed on her baking knowledge to her daughter.

Anyway, seems like Ditsch finds baking much more fun than writing memoranda (PDF) at Fried Frank on the tax consequences of golden parachutes (see authors at the bottom of the memo - same Rebecca Ditsch?? - would seem so).


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