Helping the Corona Norco Rescue Mission...

Three years ago, we partnered with Restoration Roasters on the Crossroads Church Campus off of Kellogg/Ontario in Corona.  We have a special connection to the Rescue Mission and wanted to be a part of what they do.  We started wholesaling some of our most popular cookies, seasonal breads, scones and cinnamon coffee cake delivered 4 times a week.  It is so fun when someone comes into our store and says they found us through Restoration Roasters.   All the net proceeds at Restoration Roasters goes back to our community through the Rescue Mission.  Some of the employees are volunteers as well as students from the mission.  It is a wonderful atmosphere, a friendly and hlepful staff serving up delicious coffee drinks.  We also brew their specialty Hand Up coffeeright in our store if you want to give it a try.

Say hi to Kristen next time you are at Restoration Roasters!

Say hi to Kristen next time you are at Restoration Roasters!

Your Vacation Checklist

If you have ever brought something special to eat with you on your vacation, you'll really want to try Crumbles Cookies!  

They keep well in ZipLocs and store for a good 5, or more, days.  Below, is a trip we took to Graeagle, CA.  We brought at least 2-dozen up to our family. Of course, they were certainly expecting them. ;)

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Consider this for YOUR vacation, even if you live in another state, we can even ship you a box or 2  to arrive at your vacation destination!

http://www.crumblesonlinestore.com

 

 

 

Fresh baked, a state of mind ...and being.

I was just a 5th grade scrubby kid, back in 1976, when my mom encouraged me to enter a cake baking contest at my elementary School, in Ontario CA.  If we were to bake, I knew I would get a chance to sample some of the goodness we would make, I agreed.  The colors were red, white and blue, for our country's bicentennial year, and we were going to bake a 1/4-sheet cake with two cup cakes on pedestals.  A number of other students entered their cakes as well, but two other kids and myself won prizes based on decoration and uniqueness, I got first for my cake.  They put our pictures in the local newspaper.  I was beside my self, but knew that the help I received from my mom was vital.  She (Ferne Yoder) was the source of my strength, as a kid, she grew up in a farming community in Kitchener, Ontario, Canada.  She and her sisters cooked/baked for their hired help on their farm, so she had all the credentials for being a great chef.  Maybe this has something to do with why I have that creativity to bake great things.

Del Norte Elementary School, Ontario, CA.    (Greg on the right with the double deck cake w/flags)

Del Norte Elementary School, Ontario, CA.    (Greg on the right with the double deck cake w/flags)