How it Started

In 2018, I was diagnosed with breast cancer during my second pregnancy. After 15 years of running full-service kitchens. I decided to take a break from the restaurant industry while undergoing treatment and multiple surgeries. When I returned, I found that my new body was unable to handle the physical demands of the job and made the difficult decision to leave the kitchen behind.

Fast forward to March 2020, when the world was hit with the pandemic and everything came to a halt. I found solace in baking challah every week with my two children. After posting pictures of our challah on social media, a friend reached out asking if she could buy a loaf. And thus, our journey began. We are now proud to serve premium handcrafted challah to not only our local community, but to yours as well.