Meet the two Brothers that run their own Bakery while taking College courses
At 12 and 13 years old, respectively, Shane and Nigel Mushambi are now the owners and CEOs of their own Texas-based bakery named Two Bros.
while attending classes and even taking college-level courses, in the kitchen. Additionally, they make it a point to support their neighborhood.
Shane and Nigel, who live in Missouri City, have always had a love for baking.
After winning three straight years in a local baking competition, they got the notion to turn their hobby into a business.
They understood they should start selling it when someone expressed interest in purchasing their winning piece.
In addition to making some money through the business, they donate part of their earnings to charity. They also use their funds to donate hundreds of meals to the homeless.
“We like giving back to the community because the community has given a lot to us,” Shane told ABC 13.
“We give to Fort Bend Cares and the JB Dondolo Foundation, which is trying to rebuild a hospital in Africa.”
Aside from baking, the brothers are also fond of studying math and science. Shane, who is in 8th grade
Is taking college-level math and engineering courses at Houston Community College. Nigel, who is a 7th-grader, is taking pre-calculus course. They try to incorporate what they learn in baking.
“I like to bake because it’s a mix of art and a mix of science,” said Shane. “You need to know how acids react to bases.”
What’s more, the unstoppable brothers also love writing and they recently published their first book, Beyond the Kitchen:
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The book How to Cook Up Success with Life’s Mistakes aims to motivate young people to pursue their aspirations. A dollar is donated to the JB Dondolo Foundation for each book sold.
Nigel explained, “It’s about our mistakes we’ve made in the kitchen and how we learned from them. Our book was just recently published last week.
It demonstrates that you don’t need to be perfect to succeed, according to Shane. Failure is acceptable as long as you learn from it,
Visit www.2brositk.com for more details about Two Bros. in the Kitchen and to place an online order, or follow them on Instagram @2BrosITK.