A kitchen and pick-up counter for Humble Crumb | Rock Candy

Thursday, July 30, 2015

A kitchen and pick-up counter for Humble Crumb

Posted By on Thu, Jul 30, 2015 at 4:00 PM

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Cinnamon roll lovers who buy from The Humble Crumb bakery on Saturdays at the Little Rock Farmer’s Market will be able sometime this fall to get their pastries weekdays in Sherwood.

Humble Crumb owners Tori Halverson, Betsy Peters and Ruth Peters are converting a garage in Sherwood to a kitchen and sales counter, where folks will be able to pick up orders of cinnamon rolls, cakes, pies, muffins, scones, bread and other bakery items. They've also invested in a Scotty camper (which they found on craigslist) they’ll use as a mobile bakery fitted with a drive-up window.

The kitchen and counter will be at 2902 Kellogg Acres Road in Sherwood, and the owners hope to have it cooking by fall. The camper bakery will come later, possibly by October; no site has been settled on yet.

The Humble Crumb will take orders at 766-5584 or through its Facebook page, facebook.com/TheHumbleCrumb. The Facebook page will keep folks up to date on progress on the business.

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