This Week’s Bakery Bulletin

Thursday, October 28, 2010

Issue #45

Hello!!

Welcome to our website! We’re back to our wintertime routine, where you can order your loaves and have them waiting for you on alternate Wednesdays! Our next bread delivery will be November 10th, and you need to order by midnight on Sunday, November 7th, to have your bread waiting for you on Wednesday.

PLEASE NOTE: Our schedule will be a bit different from last winter—we’ll be baking every other week, always skipping the first Wednesday of the month. However, we’ll do an extra bake in December to accommodate the holidays.  Keep an eye on our long term baking schedule to see exactly when we’ll be baking, and what flavors.

Please sign up for our email newsletters (see the sidebar on the left)! The newsletters will remind you when to order, and let you know what flavors of bread we’ll be baking for you!

Our next bake will be November 10th, and you can order your bread now. For pan loaves we’ll be baking our ALASKA POTATO sourdough loaves, which is just like our signature levain, but with the addition of Alaskan spuds to add moistness to the bread. We’re also baking the SPENT GRAIN sourdough bread, packed with the barley groats used by Midnight Sun Brewing Company to brew their beer. The barley gives the bread a nice chewy texture and a moist crumb.

We’ll also be baking the small RAISIN & TOASTED PECAN sourdough pan loaves—perfect for breakfast slices of toast, or snacks any time of the day. These loaves are 100% whole wheat, which makes them hearty and awfully healthy, too.

Our hearth loaves will be the 100% whole wheat TOASTED WALNUT sourdough loaves, hearty and delicious with cheese (a classic French combination) or with butter and honey for breakfast. Or yummy as toast with soups and salads—the walnut bread makes it a meal! And for those of you who have been waiting patiently for the PARMESAN CHEESE & ROASTED GARLIC sourdough loaves, it’s time! Try slices of this fun loaf in the toaster for a toasted-cheese garlic bread extravaganza!

After you order the bread, you can pick up your loaves on Wednesday mornings (8-10am) downtown at Side Street Espresso (412 G Street), or on Wednesday evenings (4-6pm) at Over the Rainbow Toys on Huffman (next to the Huffman Post Office).

If you’ve never ordered bread through the website, you’ll click on the “register now” link, pick a username and password, and enter your information (name, email, and phone numbers). Then you can place your order! In case you can’t make the website work, you can always email me at: .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address), or call me at 677-3712.

If you’ve ordered bread before, but you are having trouble remembering your login name or password, you can email me .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address), or call me at 677-3712. I’m happy to help you!

the bread ordering deadline

You’ll need to order your bread by MIDNIGHT on Sunday, November 7, so we have time to plan our bake, feed our sourdough, and pre-ferment the dough!  When you order the bread, you can choose to “pay when you pick up your bread,” or you can pay via PayPal. By all means, use PayPal if you prefer—but I’m even happier to get your checks or cash when you come pick up your bread.

bread pickup locations

Pick-up locations for Wednesdays:
1.  Side Street Espresso, 412 G Street, downtown: 8-10am
2. Over the Rainbow Toys, 12201 Industry Way, D5, next to the Huffman Post Office: 4-6pm

If you need to call me during a pick-up time, you can reach me on my cell phone at 748-3712. At other times,  please call me at home/the bakery: 677-3712.

Would you like to see a video of us baking your bread? Our bakery is a small commercial kitchen attached to our house on the lower Anchorage Hillside.

Alison’s blog

If you’d like to check out lots of savory and healthful recipes, you can find lots more of them on my blog about cooking and eating local food: Alison’s Lunch. You can even sign up for my blog posts (about local food, cooking, and recipes) to be delivered to your email! .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address) if you have trouble signing up, and I can help you.

featured bread this week

recipe of the week

I’ve put lots of recipes on my blog, Alison’s Lunch..  check out the recipes, stories, and photos there!!  You can also find lots of my recipes on our Glacier Valley Farm CSA (Community-Supported Agriculture) website.  And lots more of my recipes and photos on the South Anchorage Farmers Market website!

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