Category Archives: Stories from the “Hearth” (Family Stories)

Three Brothers Bakery comes to Washington Avenue!

By now you’ve heard the sweet news about our Washington Ave. location! We’re open and excited to be back in that part of Houston. We had a wonderful time with some great people at our Grand Opening party. Check out … Continue reading

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Family Wedding Cakes

We’re so excited for Valentine’s Day tomorrow! Last week we shared Bobby and Janice’s love story but this time we just wanted to share some more photos of some of our sweetest days. We love sharing our memories with you … Continue reading

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Sweet Love Stories

With Valentine’s Day right around the corner, we thought we’d share a couple of our love stories. If you’ve heard them before bear with us, but really they’re so sweet you can read to them again! Bobby and Janice have … Continue reading

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Three Brothers Bakery introduces Wooden Pie Boxes for a Cause

While we’ve been mailing our award-winning pies around the country for some time now, we are thrilled to announce that we will be offering traditional wooden pie boxes, each of which will be individually handcrafted through its partnership with the … Continue reading

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Susan G. Komen – A Memory From The Early Years

In the early 1990s I was working at a telecommunications company in Dallas. Someone in our company met Nancy Brinker who had just created a charity called Susan G. Komen, in memory of her sister and with the purpose to … Continue reading

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Made in America? Ralph Lauren Where in America?

Ralph Lauren’s Olympic uniforms were made in China with a promise next time they will be made in America.  My question is where in America?  We pushed this industry away from our skilled hands into the hands of those living … Continue reading

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The Renaissance of the Groom’s Cake

Wedding season is upon us and many, especially in the northern, Midwest and eastern U.S. ask what is a Groom’s cake? Just ask a Southerner from the United States to hear about the “must have” of the Southern wedding. “After a century of transformation, the Groom’s cake of today expresses the personality of the Groom,” explained Bobby Continue reading

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Plain and Simple: Why I Am Continuing Support for Susan G. Komen for the Cure

As  a breast cancer survivor I wanted to explain why I continue to support Susan G. Komen for the Cure.  Please also note:  I am writing this blog post on my own and from my heart. I have no affiliation … Continue reading

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Hamantaschen Baked in Texas Are Not Just for Purim Anymore

Could Hamantaschen be going mainstream? According to Bobby Jucker, 5th generation baker and co-owner of Three Brothers Bakery, “Based on our daily sales, I believe the Hamantaschen will take on a life similar to the bagel or ruggelach. In 2011 we sold approximately 35,000.” Hamantaschen, a triangle shaped cookie filled with usually poppy, prune or apricot, and sold in most places only during the Jewish holiday of Purim are found daily at Three Brothers Bakery in none other than Houston, Texas. Continue reading

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Celebrate Life with Celebration Company!

Today, we want to salute the amazing people behind these gorgeous items- our very good friends (and really, extended members of the Three Brothers Bakery family) at Celebration Company. Celebration Company is a unique employment program that provides Jewish adults … Continue reading

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