ANN ARBOR, Mich. — Zingerman's Bake House has filled up a roster of classes that show people how to bake holiday treats. That's happening even as plenty of busy consumers look to their supermarket's in-store bakery to do the work for them. “There are people who still bake or want to bake,” said Amy Emberling, Bake House business partner. Baking “old school pie” is the subject of a series of classes the week before Thanksgiving, and a class, Making Fancy Schmancy Cookies, was so popular ...

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