Michelle Branch became a well-known pop star known for her charming personality and inspiring music. Looking at what Michelle Branch has done since the 2000s, viewers are wondering what was going on with her work, as they looked like people waiting for new songs for her for years.
Just because someone is talented in one field of art doesn’t mean they can cook, of course, as actress Lucy Hale isn’t the best at baking. But Michelle Branch likes to go into the kitchen until she almost opens the bakery.
Michelle Branch’s Bakery
Michelle Branch viewers can say she loves food and seems to enjoy cooking and baking a lot. When she follows on her Instagram, she often talks about what she does, and when Michelle Branch announced her third pregnancy recently, she also talked about her longing for baked goods.
It turned out that Michelle Branch was going to open a bakery but it didn’t happen. According to The List, in 2008 Michelle said she wanted to own a Nashville bakery called The Sugar Bar.
In an interview with The Hollywood Reporter, Michelle even talked about the bakery in LA, so she probably chose between the two places: she said, “I’m opening a bakery in LA hoping that sometime between January and March next year and I’ll record the next food show as I try to open a restaurant while on a visit and become the mother of a six-year-old. It’s like a bar and a bakery – which is a cake speaker. “
There was also an article about Bantu quoting a text that Michelle wrote to her fans on her website: “Baking, like music, is an old release for me and can be very healing. Don’t say that when I’m depressed because suddenly my house is full of cookies, cakes, and pies.”
According to Michelle on her website, the bakery had a website with menu items. These include a flamingo pie, which is a key to lime cream with coconut cream, and red velvet cakes. These menu items sound absolutely delicious, but sadly and unfortunately, Michelle didn’t open the bakery.
Love Of Cooking
Michelle Branch apparently loved to cook and bake and even recorded a Bon Appetit video called “Cooking On The Road With Michelle Branch” which she recorded with her then-boyfriend, now her husband, Patrick Carney.
Michelle Branch also released a web series called Cook Taste Eat and Michelle told The Huffington Post, “We want people not to be afraid to make quality food at home.” According to Refinery 29, Michelle Branch hosted videos with Michael Mina, who came up with the idea for the program with Tanya Melillo.
When asked about the new role, Michelle was overjoyed: she said, “It’s like a dream come true! I would tell everyone in my office that I love food just as much as I love music and I want something I can eat. I have so many friends who are musicians and passionate about food. “For a while, I talked about making a travel plan for food and music. But for whatever reason, it didn’t work. Then Michael and I met at a charity event here.”
While Michelle Branch did not end up opening a bakery, fans still hope that one day she can. And until then, she’s celebrating 20 years of her debut album The Spirit Room, and recently announced on her Instagram that there will be a live broadcast event marking this season on September 10, 2021.
Time-Out On Music?
According to The List, Michelle Branch and Jessica Harp founded The Wreckers, and released an album called Stand Still, Look Pretty. They started fighting but, it seems, and Michelle said they even saw my ex who said it was wrong for them to work as a team.
Michelle also talked about recording the album alone and said it was not going anywhere. Fans know that there was definitely a gap in Michelle Branch’s music relaunch. She has done amazingly well with her first two albums, The Spirit Room 2001 and Hotel Paper 2003, and she did not release her albums alone until her 2017 album Hopeless Romantic.
It makes sense for this artist to try to figure out if he can open a bakery as per his wish and if he waits for the albums to be released or to see what happens with that, why not try something else?