More Than Meats the Pie! Sampling a Few Mouthfuls of Some Different Kinds of Pies Including an Aussie Staple, The Meat Pie
While any day is good when pies are involved on National Pie Day you have an excuse to eat all the pies and the Houston Life team did just that! From pecan to pizza to an Aussie Staple, the meat pie, Melanie Camp arranged a few samples for Lauren Kelly and Derrick Shore to dig into.
Life is always a bit sweeter with a slice of pie; Three Brothers Bakery celebrating National Pecan Pie Day
Today, July 12th, is National Pecan Pie Day. Three Brothers Bakery is proud of their pecan pie, as it has won many accolades, including being named the Best Mail Order Pecan Pie America Has to Offer by Country Living Magazine.
2,000 Greater Houston Restaurants Closed In 2020. Innovation Is A Priority For Those That Remain – Houston Public Media
But despite a predictable loss of income early on, Three Brothers Bakery never had to cut staff, which is a necessary part of Jucker's formula for recovery. Three Brothers has managed to stay open, but the same can't be said for roughly 2,000 kitchens in Greater Houston. The Greater Houston Restaurant Association, which has served as a connector between area restaurants and government assistance, said 14-16% of restaurants in the region have closed their doors for good. Unlike Three Brothers Bakery, The Breakfast Klub, a downtown soul food favorite, did have to cut staff. Yet they've fought through, amping up delivery food services, like every Houston restaurant has had to do this year.houstonpublicmedia.org
31 Houston-area eateries that have stood the test of time
In Houston’s restaurant scene, high value is often placed on innovation, novelty and newness -on the trendiest restaurant, the most unique dining experience or the latest foodie fad. His children own and operate the only Christie’s restaurant location still operating. Texas barbecue legend John Davis and his wife Leila opened the historic Houston restaurant in 1935 as Shepherd Drive Bar-B-Q. The eatery still operated out of its original location, situated at 7006 I-45 South at Woodridge. Following the success of its original location, several additional locations followed and a local fried chicken empire was born.
Three Brothers Bakery co-founder Sigmund Jucker dead at 98
Sigmund Jucker, one of the original founders of Three Brothers Bakery, died Friday. Located on Holman Street across from Temple Beth Israel, the siblings renamed it Three Brothers Bakery, according to Jucker’s obituary. Around the year 2000, Jucker passed the business on to his eldest son, Robert Jucker, according to the bakery’s website. Sigmund was preceded in death by his parents, Morris Jucker and Bertha Siegel Jucker; his sister, Janie Rudy and his brothers, Solomon and Max Jucker. He is survived by ex-wife Edith Jucker, his sister-in-law Estelle Jucker, children Robert Jucker, Susan Goldberg and Michelle Jucker, five grandchildren and numerous nieces and nephews.
Polls are open! Three Brothers Bakery’s presidential cookie poll is back for the 2020 election
HOUSTON – Three Brothers Bakery 2020 presidential cookie poll is now open. “We are having fun with the Presidential Cookie Poll for the third time, and it has always had great voter turnout,” baker Bobby Jucker said. Three Brothers Bakery will keep track of the race on its Facebook page. Our election cookies are once again in-stock as Election Day is fast approaching. Three Brothers Bakery has three stores in Houston located at 4036 S Braeswood Blvd., 12393 Kingsride Lane and 4606 Washington Ave.
Upcoming Houston Food Events: Taste An Epic BBQ Collaboration
But that doesn't mean all hope is lost, as Houston's food community has proven to be a strong one. In honor of National Barbecue Month, EggHaus Gourmet, 2042 East T C Jester, will be featuring three new menu items in collaboration with Blood Bros. BBQ, available throughout the entire month of May at EggHaus. Get the Pulled Pork Grilled Cheese ($9), with Blood Bros. pulled pork, melted gouda, Havarti and cheddar, and pickles on sourdough; the Pulled Pork Kolache ($3.75) featuring Blood Bros. pulled pork, pickles and bbq sauce; and the Brisket Biscuit ($9.50) with Blood Bros. brisket and coleslaw in a cheddar chive biscuit with a baby dill pickle on top. The Mitzah funds support the Emergency Aid Coalition, Feed the Frontline HTX, Homeless & Hungry, Jewish Family Services, and Second Servings. As Goodnight Hospitalitys much-anticipated fine dining concept MARCH isnt open just yet, but its wine team is already at work.houstonpress.com