Grogrande Bakery was a small American business which made the best baked goods in town. It was owned and operated by Jules and Leontine Grogrande.


The bakery was a small storefront shop, with a large bake-room in back, the bake-room being three times as large as the shop. Madame Tina ran the store, while Monsieur Jules was always occupied in the bake-room.

The window was decorated with two signs which read "Home-made bread by the best modern machinery" and "Fresh Gingerbread Every Day".

The front door, when opened, rang a brass bell to signal the arrival of customers. The shop was filled with the fragrance of freshly baked bread, cakes, pies, doughnuts, and gingerbread.

The bake room was a long, low room filled with ovens, tables covered with pots and pans and bowls, and shelves filled with sugars and spices and sweet-smelling extracts. (John Dough and the Cherub)

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