I don't feel there is any possible way that all, or even some, of the desserts we saw at Amy's were made by her. Think about it for a minute, she does all the cooking in the kitchen (which involves a lot more time than just cooking items when the customers are there) and somehow has time to make these very intricate, layered, labor-intensive cakes and desserts. When I first saw the selection in the dessert case, my thought was, "those are exactly like the desserts we have here," meaning those sold in upscale bakeries or restaurants here in Los Angeles. It's not unusual for restaurants, and even bakeries, to buy products made elsewhere. It's cost effective and a time saver. Here in L.A., most of the bagels sold in neighborhood bakeries come from one large company near downtown. Baklava is another item usually purchased elsewhere. There isn't anything wrong with that, but credit should not be taken for making these items. In this case, however, we're dealing with two delusional and narcissitic angry people whose words means nothing.