Three Brothers Bakery is pleased to join forces with the Woodworkers of Texas and Woodcraft of Houston for the first-ever... Continue reading →
This August, we are so excited to announce we are launching a new line of emoji cookies. Our new line... Continue reading →
We’ve gotten a few awards over the years. Well, maybe more than a few. But each one is special to... Continue reading →
It’s not just king cakes at here Three Brothers this Mardi Gras season. This holiday has so much history and... Continue reading →
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
As a breast cancer survivor I wanted to explain why I continue to support Susan G. Komen for the Cure. ... Continue reading →
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.