Fam­ily busi­ness still run­ning hot

Southern Riverina news - - News -

FIN­LEY Hot Bread is a fam­ily-run busi­ness, that warms your heart and waters your mouth.

It’s been ten years since Colin and Karen Mac­der­mid took over the busi­ness from Colin’s brother Allen.

Allen pur­chased the busi­ness from John Groe­newe­gen in the early 1980s, and dur­ing his time moved the store from next to the Fin­ley Fish Shop to its present lo­ca­tion in Mur­ray St.

Colin and Karen took over the busi­ness on July 2, 2001.

Since that day the cou­ple’s three chil­dren have been in­volved, with Leisa (De­sailly) and Kristy (Ashcroft) serv­ing out the front and Mark cook­ing in the back.

To­gether with pas­try chef Damien Gow, oven man Graeme Lewis and staff Pauline Bold­is­ton, Su­san Simp­son, Vicki Haynes, Lisa Har­ri­son, Fran Bur­dack, Jac­qui Jack­son and Renee Pether, the Fin­ley Hot Bread team cooks up many tempt­ing treats.

Their range in­cludes award-win­ning pies, fresh bread, cakes and cook­ies, and an ex­ten­sive salad bar.

In win­ter time their hot dogs, meat and gravy rolls and baked pota­toes can warm the cold­est days.

And a spe­cial tip - Karen’s favourite meal is the tur­key foc­ca­cia, while the steak, cheese, onion and ba­con pie is her pick of the pas­try.

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