National Sandwich Month

August 11, 2016

Did you know August is National Sandwich Month? It makes a little bit of sense when you consider this is the month when most students return to school, which means many parents will start making sandwiches for their lunchboxes again. Peanut butter and jelly is nice, but sometimes, you need to take your sandwiches to the next level of sophistication. We have two tasty suggestions for you to do just […]

Welcome to the Three Brother’s Bakery blog!

June 3, 2015

Let me introduce myself. My name’s Elaine, and I have been working as part of the Three Brothers family for almost 4 years. I work at the Braeswood store, and I am majoring in Sales and Marketing. During the Christmas season I was folding pie boxes with Janice and talking with her about my future. When she learned what my major was she said, “Great! You can learn to do […]

Bobby’s Bread Tips

June 18, 2014

The Jucker family loves bread, which is not all that surprising when you remember that we’ve been making challah and rye bread for the past 200 years. All the bread at Three Brothers Bakery is made fresh daily and while it’s delicious on it’s own, sometimes you just want something a little different. So here are a few tips from Bobby about what you can make with our breads! CHALLAH (EGG BREAD) […]

Bakery Memories from Maria Todd

May 21, 2014

You may know Maria Todd from News92, but did you know she is a big Three Brothers Bakery fan? She loves all of our sweet treats and we got a chance to chat with her about her favorite memories from the bakery. From Maria: My favorite memory is walking into the Braeswood store for the first time. The sweet smell reminded me of going to church with my dear late grandmother. […]

The Tradition of Three Brothers Bakery Corn Rye at Christmas

December 16, 2010

I think every year at Christmas I will post this touching story from last year… I met a very nice lady at the bakery on Christmas Eve who had come for a corn rye for Christmas. When we told her we did not have one, she became very upset. She proclaimed she HAD to have one, for her brother had come in from another state, and they HAD to share […]