Thursday, April 12, 2018

Potter's House Bakery And Cafe Opening Soon In Rochester

This is a feel-good story about a new bakery and cafe, Potter's House, in Rochester.  Here, you will find much more than just a place to dine. 

Owners Tim and Sue Willson had a bigger goal when they put together the plan for a cafe. Their mission was to provide the opportunity for young adults with Autism to receive on the job training by assisting in making the food at Potter's House with the objective of ultimately securing employment. Through a partnership with Camp Card NE (Center For Autism and Related Disabilities New England), they provide support and assistance to families and their community to optimize the potential of people with autism and related social disorders.

The first step was to create an environment and business to support their thinking. With that in mind, all the baked goods will be made from scratch to offer as many jobs as possible. This made the most sense for them instead of purchasing pre-made stuff from a grocery store or franchise operation that have everything mass produced.

The cafe needs customers and nothing brings patrons in more than freshly baked goods - quality items made every day to ensure freshness. You can expect to find a smorgasbord of options including danish, cinnamon rolls, pecan rolls, muffins, scones, turnovers, cookies, coconut macaroons, whoopie pies, brownies, eclairs and dessert cakes.

Coffee is also on the menu which will be made in small batches on site and served within 24 hours of roasting. Additionally, MLC Catering was selected to provide homemade soups, salads, and sandwiches prepared in their kitchen and delivered daily.

Potter's House Bakery and Cafe is a business that we should all get behind and support. They hope to open by early May and NH Reviews looks forward to hearing of their success. After all, Tim and Sue Willson are trying to do something very special for the local community.

10 Chestnut Hill Road
Rochester, NH. 03867

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