Despite the dozen or so media clippings and various accolades framed and displayed across the bakery’s floral wallpaper, Smalls says some press, mostly from 2001, when he opened Lee Lee's Baked Goods hasn’t given him a “big head.” For Mr. Lee Lee, it’s just about the baking.
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