Doughnut time — Combs Bakery to re-open Friday


Starting Friday, Feb. 12, Lance Combs and his staff of five will return to making dough at Combs Bakery in Wilmington. The bakery business was closed several weeks to add space and remodel the West Locust Street establishment. There now is more elbow room for customers and workers alike. More work space — kitchen staffers each have their own work station now — translates into greater productivity, said Combs. The bakery crew freshly makes about 20 varieties of doughnuts, as well as cookies, muffins, cupcakes and carrot cake. Open every day from 5 a.m. to 1 p.m., the business will mark its sixth anniversary in March. In the photo, Combs stands in the expanded kitchen.


Starting Friday, Feb. 12, Lance Combs and his staff of five will return to making dough at Combs Bakery in Wilmington. The bakery business was closed several weeks to add space and remodel the West Locust Street establishment. There now is more elbow room for customers and workers alike. More work space — kitchen staffers each have their own work station now — translates into greater productivity, said Combs. The bakery crew freshly makes about 20 varieties of doughnuts, as well as cookies, muffins, cupcakes and carrot cake. Open every day from 5 a.m. to 1 p.m., the business will mark its sixth anniversary in March. In the photo, Combs stands in the expanded kitchen.

Starting Friday, Feb. 12, Lance Combs and his staff of five will return to making dough at Combs Bakery in Wilmington. The bakery business was closed several weeks to add space and remodel the West Locust Street establishment. There now is more elbow room for customers and workers alike. More work space — kitchen staffers each have their own work station now — translates into greater productivity, said Combs. The bakery crew freshly makes about 20 varieties of doughnuts, as well as cookies, muffins, cupcakes and carrot cake. Open every day from 5 a.m. to 1 p.m., the business will mark its sixth anniversary in March. In the photo, Combs stands in the expanded kitchen.
http://wnewsj.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/02/web1_combs_f.jpgStarting Friday, Feb. 12, Lance Combs and his staff of five will return to making dough at Combs Bakery in Wilmington. The bakery business was closed several weeks to add space and remodel the West Locust Street establishment. There now is more elbow room for customers and workers alike. More work space — kitchen staffers each have their own work station now — translates into greater productivity, said Combs. The bakery crew freshly makes about 20 varieties of doughnuts, as well as cookies, muffins, cupcakes and carrot cake. Open every day from 5 a.m. to 1 p.m., the business will mark its sixth anniversary in March. In the photo, Combs stands in the expanded kitchen.
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