In 2020, Be A Good Citizen

July 6, 2020

As we approach the intense election season, one thing you hopefully will hear many speaking about on the news or online is on how to be a good citizen. Citizenship is the duties and rights given to each citizen to participate in their society. One thing Janice has always stressed is the importance of voting, as well as communicating often with local, state, and federal lawmakers. We’ve just finished celebrating […]

Sweet Freedoms For the 4th of July

June 29, 2020

This year, our 4th of July might feel a little different, following the months we’ve spent being extra cautious over COVID-19, but this is a great time to reflect on the freedoms we enjoy. Sigmund, Sol, and Max – the original three brothers – know how sweet freedom can be. Following their liberation from the concentration camp, Sigmund fell to the ground and kissed it – a newly freed man. […]

Celebrate with Pride

June 22, 2020

Pride month is here in Houston. Though events might be postponed, cancelled, or a little different this year, we’re still celebrating the summer of love with our Rainbow Cake. This color pop cake is seven layers of goodness, iced in white buttercream, and decorated with fun primary sprinkles. Let your Pride month be a sweet one, no matter what. We also have a Pride shirt available for purchase in our […]

Father’s Day Memories

June 15, 2020

It is the age-old question, isn’t it – what does Dad really want on Father’s Day? Does he want his kids to mow the yard? A chance to grill out on the patio? Or perhaps a fishing trip or handmade card? A poll done in 2019 reveals that most dads just want a phone call! We asked Bobby’s sons and daughter-in-law some of their favorite memories spent with him: Josh […]

National Hamburger Day – May 28th

May 25, 2020

National Hamburger Day is every year on May 28th! There’s nothing quite like summer. . . The grass is green, the weather is (hopefully) nice, and the smell of the grill is wafting through the air. This year, why not celebrate National Hamburger Day with some delicious challah buns? Instead of store-bought buns that are easily smushed and fall apart, try our scratch-made ones that will make your burgers taste […]

Remember Memorial Day

May 18, 2020

Memorial Day is May 25th, and what better way to celebrate than with a slice of pie or a cookout on the grill? Our pies are award winning plus delicious, and we make plenty of breads that will go great with your summertime holiday meal. As we remember those who have served our country, take a moment to express your gratitude, whether to a loved one or those you spot […]

Make Mother’s Day Sweet

May 6, 2020

The sweetest way to celebrate Mom is to treat her to something delicious! Our Mother’s Day cookies and cakes are bright, colorful, and will leave Mom feeling loved. Pink Roses Chandelier Cake Does Mom have an undeniable sweet tooth? After Sunday lunch, why not unbox a beautifully decorated cake to share with Mom for dessert? Want to show Mom how special she is? Our Cookies and Petit Fours come with […]

National Picnic Day (4/23)

April 20, 2020

National Picnic Day is April 23rd, and we’re happy to help you celebrate this fun day that promotes getting outside and enjoying time with, this year, whomever you might be staying home with or a virtual picnic with family and friends. Normally, you probably wouldn’t even stop to recognize National Picnic Day, but this year it would be great to have a Picnic Day experience with the kiddos while we’re […]

“Get them while they’re hot, and eat them by the ton”

April 9, 2020

It’s Easter season which means we get to bring back some favorites that we only make once a year! One example: delicious, hot and fresh Hot Cross Buns. But do you know why we specifically make and eat Hot Cross Buns for Easter? It is believed that the Hot Cross Bun signifies the end of the Lenten season for Christianity, and you will see them in stores the closer the […]

Janice’s Passover Recipe for 2020

April 6, 2020

Passover Seder is probably going to be much smaller than previous years, but that doesn’t mean we’re not expected to have it or make our own yummy specialties! Below is Janice’s favorite matzo kugel recipe.  She recommends doubling it because you need one to eat before the Seder vs serving a half-eaten one!  You make the kugel and we’ll make the desserts. Check them out here. From CookKosher.com (but their […]