Meet the woman bringing Peruvian sweets to Greater Sudbury

Liss-Lindsay Mendoza is a pastry chef from Peru whose business, Sweet Lind, specializes in custom dessert orders — and Peruvian sweets. 

I first noticed her sweets when I was dining at The Kouzzina in Sudbury and they were selling her alfajores, a sandwich cookie filled with dulce de leche.

To learn more about the business and how she ended up in Greater Sudbury, I spoke with Liss-Lindsay for this week’s edition of Northern Nosh.

She’s working on her spoken English, so her husband, Alvaro Otero, joined us for the conversation to help.

Up North4:15Northern Nosh: Sweet Lind

This week, Northern Nosh is in Sudbury to learn about a business called Sweet Lind. It’s the brainchild of Liss-Lindsay Mendoza, a pastry chef from Peru who specializes in custom dessert orders and Peruvian sweets.

For more information about Sweet Lind, visit their Instagram or Facebook pages.

“Northern Nosh” is a weekly feature on Up North, CBC Radio One’s regional afternoon show for northern Ontario. If you know of a restaurant, bakery or farm you think would make a great story, get in touch! 

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