COLORADO SPRINGS — On this week’s Restaurant Report Card, juggling at-home studying and full-time jobs is one thing many households are navigating proper now.
However for Hannelore Zellmer and her husband Mark, it may imply placing a pause on their bread-baking desires, simply because the dough is beginning to rise.
“Being a trainer, and a mother, and having a full-time job, it’s simply close to unimaginable,” stated Zellmer.
The Zellmers began a fresh-baked bread supply service out of their residence final fall, often called Two Of us Bread in Colorado Springs.
“He taught me how to do that and hit was not straightforward to be taught,” stated Zellmer.
Proper now, she does all of the baking, whereas Mark works a plumbing job.
Zellmer stated, “We do Tuesday and Thursday deliveries between 2:00 and 5:00 p.m., and mainly, our weekly particular will change every week.”
As soon as the pandemic began, Zellmer determined to residence faculty her kids, so Two Of us Bread was placed on the again burner.
“I pulled them out of on-line faculty as a result of I simply don’t actually need them sitting in entrance of a display for 4 hours a day,” stated Zellmer.
This summer season, she fired the oven again up and is baking about 20 loaves per week for patrons throughout town.
Zellmer stated, “Once I picked again up this summer season, I really feel like I’m going full power into it.”
However now that faculty is beginning up once more, she’s looking for a steadiness.
“I’m determining the best way to juggle 4 hours of residence faculty, plus my bread, which is just about full time with deliveries and every part,” stated Zellmer.
Like her kids’s schooling, Zellmer is hoping that when it’s home-made, it could actually nonetheless rise like an ideal loaf of bread.
Zellmer stated, “When it comes all the way down to it, it’s your youngsters first, and usually in the event that they had been in class, I’d have the ability to maintain going.”
Every Two Of us Bread loaf is $eight a chunk, and so they supply drop bins in your doorstep, the place they place your bread till you get residence.