How it All Started

In 2018, after 15 years of running full service kitchens, I was diagnosed with breast cancer during my second pregnancy. While going through treatment and having multiple surgeries, I took a break from restaurants.

When I returned to the kitchen I learned my new body was not able to perform all of the labor intensive work necessary for the job and decided to hang up my apron.

Fast forward to March 2020 when the whole world stood still, I began baking challah at home every week with my two children. I posted photos of our challah on social media and a friend asked if she could buy a loaf. Here we are two years later serving premium handcrafted challah to my local community and yours.