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Thanksgiving with Three Brothers Bakery!

November 8, 2017

We’re just a week away from Thanksgiving at Three Brothers Bakery, and we’re working hard in our kitchen so you don’t have to do the same in yours. It’s a very busy time here at the bakery thanks to those of you who would rather outsource the baking.  Bobby and I spend the holiday working, though we do receive many gracious invitations to join friends of ours – we try […]

Halloween at Three Brothers Bakery!

October 25, 2017

Trick or treat, trick or treat, Three Brothers Bakery will sell you something good to eat! Happy Halloween, friends. Some people can’t stop thinking about what costume they’re going to wear, but all I can think about is sweet stuff. My fondest memories of Halloween all involve getting lots of candy – and unfortunately, my worst Halloween memory also involves candy. Even before it was common practice, my mom inspected […]

Dog Days of Summer

August 2, 2017

The heat in August can be “ruff” – that’s why they’re called the Dog Days of Summer, after all! While you might be tempted to stuff your own face with delicious food, don’t forget about your canine companions. They deserve some sweet relief, too. Lucky for them, Three Brothers Bakery offers both large bone cakes and small bone biscuits for dogs. What makes these doggy delights fit for canine consumption? […]

Beat the Heat with Summer Coffee!

July 18, 2017

It’s summer time in Houston, which means we are all looking for some way to cool off. Some of us go for a dip in the pool, but we’re sipping on some iced coffee at Three Brothers Bakery! We’re excited to have a selection of frappes to help protect Houstonians against the blazing summer. These blended beverages are just the latest evolution of the bakery’s coffee program, an initiative we […]

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National Pecan Pie Day

July 11, 2017

Looking for something to celebrate this week? Well, look no further than National Pecan Pie Day on Wednesday, July 12! We’re celebrating this day with a special promotion – any visitors who buy our new drink The Memory Maker (a pecan pie latte) will also receive 10% off the purchase of a Pecan Pie. We’ve focused a lot on this sweet treat for the past few years at Three Brothers […]

It’s (Almost) Summer!

May 15, 2017

Summer is almost here! We hope everyone is finishing up the school year strong and getting ready for another few months of heat. Or maybe you’re escaping Houston to go on vacation, and we can understand that (and may be a bit jealous, too!). Bobby spent most of his summers in Houston since Sigmund had to work at the bakery. But during Passover, when the bakery was closed, his parents […]

Three Weeks of Appreciation

May 1, 2017

It is important to be thankful each day, but this May, Three Brothers Bakery is taking ‘thanks’ to the next level with Three Weeks of Appreciation. The first week of May, we will be celebrating teachers in honor of Teacher Appreciation Week from Monday, May 1 through Friday, May 5. (If you want extra brownie points, Teacher Appreciation Day is Tuesday, May 2.) A teacher who meant a lot to […]

Yom Ha’Shoah

April 19, 2017

This week, we commemorate Yom Ha’Shoah, Holocaust Remembrance Day. As many of you know, the centuries-old history of Three Brothers Bakery runs through the Holocaust, where Sigmund, Max and Sol – along with their sister Janie – were among the lucky ones to escape the atrocities of the concentration camps. We’ve told their history several times on the blog, and you can read them by following the links below. Though […]

April Showers!

April 5, 2017

As the saying goes, April showers bring May flowers. But I also hope they bring Three Brothers Bakery’s favorite kind of showers: wedding, baby, bridal and more! I’ve been to plenty of showers myself. I was lucky enough to receive an entertainment shower before my wedding, where I received plentiful amounts of gifts for all number of occasions from kitchen equipment to honeymoon attire. I have also gone to a […]

Purim 2017

March 6, 2017

Happy Purim! On the evening of Purim, Jews go to the synagogue, where the rabbi shares the story of Esther, who stood up to Haman and helped the Jewish people escape his tyranny. This commemoration leads into the Purim schpeil, a community play acting out the Megillah (story of Esther). Some of my favorite Purim memories include Harvey Gibb dressing up as Queen Esther – and, of course, the infamous […]