By Janessa Broadbent
Scents of daily fresh bread fill Natalia Riboldi’s memories of childhood — and now those scents waft through adulthood as she bakes and creates alongside her mother.
“One thing I really love about my mom is that she’s OK with us making messes,” Natalia says. “She has always been super supportive of us trying things.”
Provo’s Sherilyn Riboldi allowed her children to experiment, even when she knew it wouldn’t work out.
Experimentation continues as this mother-daughter duo craft delicious food. Whether it’s bread for a neighbor, a corporate luncheon, a wedding dessert, or their hungry family, the women take pride in both the taste and the beauty of the food. They continue to refine their recipes based on feedback and their own creativity.
The Riboldis love building their small delicious business Natalia Crafted because the two “work really well together,” Sherilyn says. “We have fun doing it, get to use our talents and do something we love with people we love.”
Their tasty and artistic treats can be found at nataliacrafted.squarespace.com.