140 years later, Otterbein’s ovens are still cooking – Maryland Daily Record
In 1881, Adam Otterbein, a German immigrant, opened a bakery on the corner of Fort Avenue and Jackson Street in Baltimore. The basement was for baking, the first floor was used as a retail store, and the upper floor was his home. This month, Otterbein’s Cookies, a family business based outside of Baltimore, celebrates its 140th …
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