Why We Remained Open During Passover 2019

May 14, 2019

We, Bobby and Janice Jucker, co-owners of Three Brothers Bakery, have fought back after every disaster to befall our family owned bakery. We come from a history of survivorship – beginning with the founders’ liberation during the Holocaust.  As many know, Hurricane Harvey brought four days of rain and over fifty inches of rainfall.  It was a life changing storm.  Harvey was our 4th flood, plus we survived and rebuilt […]

Three Brothers Bakery Remembers Hurricane Katrina

August 31, 2015

As a business that has survived Tropical Storm Allison, the devastation of Hurricane Ike and the recent May floods, giving back to others is at the core of our business. In fact, being able to survive these disasters has enabled us to thrive and grow, right alongside our community. So it is only natural that at this 10 year anniversary of Katrina, we think about our “sister city, ” New […]

It’s that time of the year again… National Dog Day!

August 26, 2015

As most of you know, we love our pups here at Three Brothers Bakery. Janice and Bobby’s furry family members, Bentley, Bella and Bobka, are, of course, tail-wagging hosts at our Washington Avenue location’s dog friendly patio. Bobka came to be a part of the Jucker family with the help of PetFinders, where Bobka’s rescuer combed through hundreds of emails from interested adopters before deciding on Janice and Bobby, who then […]

Building with Three Brothers Bakery and the Woodworkers of Texas

August 19, 2015

Three Brothers Bakery is pleased to join forces with the Woodworkers of Texas and Woodcraft of Houston for the first-ever Christmas Ornament Contest. You may know the Woodworkers of Texas from our ongoing partnership with them, as they create our fantastic wooden pie boxes, which many of you order throughout the year. Starting today, you can drop off a handmade ornament at any Woodcraft of Houston location or the Woodworkers […]

Back to School Ready with Three Brothers Bakery

August 14, 2015

It seems like just yesterday we were talking about the beginning of summer and all the fun times we would have, but now the first day of school is just around the corner. We spent the summer at the Houston Museum of Natural Science (and eating butterfly cookies), but we would love to hear how you and your family spent the hot summer months. Now that it’s time to start […]

Three Brothers Bakery wants to see your best face!

August 6, 2015

This August, we are so excited to announce we are launching a new line of emoji cookies. Our new line of emoji cookies will feature your favorite faces and characters, like the classic smiley and “cool” sunglasses face. These brand new sweet treats deserve a warm welcome to the Three Brothers Bakery family, and we know just the way to do it… by giving some away, of course!   We […]

You’re engaged! Now what?

January 22, 2013

There are so many things that go in to preparing for the big day. You have to make decisions about colors, flowers, guest lists, not to mention the even bigger things like a venue, dress and of course, your wedding cake!  With all of these details running through your head, it is important to stay organized. Finding the perfect cake does not have to be a stressful experience. Here are […]

The Juckers are Thankful for…

November 20, 2012

Family, friends and YOU! It’s been a blessed year and the Jucker family is thankful to have the opportunity to serve you, do what we love and consider ourselves very lucky each day for the blessings in our lives. Daily people tell us about their sweet memories of family/holidays and something from the Bakery.  So lastly we are thankful for being a part of your special memories.  To show a […]

The Renaissance of the Groom’s Cake

April 30, 2012

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

Hamantaschen Baked in Texas Are Not Just for Purim Anymore

March 7, 2012

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.