This weekend we are returning to where it all started for our family business, as some might say we are returning to our roots. We are excited to once again be trading at our local Farmers’ Market in the beautiful city of Ely.
Events season is here! It’s not even the end of May and we’ve already had the Ely Food Festival, Kirstie’s Handmade Fair, Pub in the Park and many more. 2018 is our biggest year yet and we’ve got 25 events in 20 weeks.
We love this time of year. Everything is waking up after a long, cold winter and there’s a definite spring in our step. When the sun shines, it’s hard not to feel inspired and excited about the summer months to come....
Here at Gourmet Brownie, we know how hard mums work. Some days it feels like the best job in the world – and sometimes it’s tough. No matter how big your children get, you never stop being a full-time mum. This Mothering Sunday, our brownie gift boxes make it easy for you to say, ‘thank you’.
What’s your favourite Valentine’s gift? Roses, champagne and chocolates? They’re all familiar favourites. But this year, it’s time to think of something new. Step forward the Gourmet Brownie.
Brownies aren’t just the ultimate comfort food, they’re the ultimate happy food. We love seeing our brownies make you smile. Spreading the joy is a big part of what we do – whether it’s packing up a gift ordered online or greeting customers at an event.
This has been a wonderful year for Gourmet Brownie. We’ve launched exciting new products, met lovely people and carried on doing what we love. We couldn’t have done it without your help and support. Thank you.
As we finish our last orders of the year we’ve got one thing on our minds – a well-earned rest. Over the last couple of months, we’ve sold thousands of brownies at fairs and events. It’s a magical time of year for us, and we’re certainly ready to put our feet up!
We’re proud to be an Ely business. Ely’s a small city with a tight-knit community. It boasts a bustling market and streets of small shops – all overlooked by the magnificent cathedral.
The Cathedral is the heart of the city. Every November it hosts its annual Food and Gift Fair – a much-loved event which has become something of a tradition for both locals and visitors. We’ve been there since the fair’s very first year and it’s the highlight of our busy festive calendar – it’s like coming home for Christmas.