This Week’s Bakery Bulletin

Thursday, December 06, 2012

Issue #70


You can order NOW for the December 12 pickup.

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We’re baking twice in December, so if you need to buy bread for holiday gifts, you have two opportunities: December 12 and December 19. After that, we’ll just be baking once a month through the winter and spring, so stock up and pop some bread in the freezer if you’d like. The bread really does freeze and thaw well, because of its three-day fermentation.

PLEASE NOTE: Our Southside delivery location will now be SWEET ADELINE’S TOY SHOP instead of Summit Spice and Tea, since they have moved to Midtown. Sweet Adeline’s is just two doors down from Summit’s former location in the mall at 1120 Huffman Road.

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.

For pickup on Wednesday, December 12 (please order by Sunday, December 9):

We’re baking the ever-popular 100% whole grain SPENT GRAIN sourdough pan loaves, packed with barley groats from Midnight Sun Brewing Company’s beer-making process that make the bread healthy, moist, and flavorful. And we’re also lined up to bake our signature LEVAIN pan loaves, the 100% whole wheat sourdough bread with only four ingredients (organic whole wheat flour, water, sea salt, and sourdough). The three-day fermentation gives all our breads their flavor and keeping quality.

Also for December 12 we’re baking the KALAMATA OLIVE sourdough.  This bread makes great dinner bread, and it’s also great for sandwiches. If you’re using it for a dinner bread, just heat the unwrapped loaf in a 350 degree oven for 15 minutes to get a beautiful crisp crust on it before you sit down to eat, or just toast a couple of slices and dip them in olive oil to go with soups or salads.  YUM! 

And since it’s the holidays, and so many people love these breads for gifts and to bring to parties for healthy but delicious treats, we’ll be baking both of our most popular sweet loves. The FRUITED ALMOND sourdough loaves are loaded with dried apricots, cranberries, golden raisins, and toasted almonds. It’s wonderful toasted for breakfast or for a snack with tea or coffee in the afternoon. And slices of the DARK CHOCOLATE & CHERRY sourdough loaf are wonderful as a snack, or a relatively healthy dessert with coffee or tea… or red wine! There are no eggs or butter in any of our loaves—you can give these loaves safely to someone with dairy or egg allergies.

Click on our long term baking schedule to see what we’ll be baking later this winter!

the bread ordering deadline

You’ll need to order your bread by MIDNIGHT on Sunday (starting on October 20), so we have time to plan our bake, feed our sourdough, and pre-ferment the dough!  You will pay for the bread when you come to pick it up—either by cash or check. Please note: We are no longer using PayPal as a payment option on our website, because we were having so many troubles with keeping it functional.

bread pickup locations

Pick-up locations for Wednesdays:
1.  Side Street Espresso, 412 G Street, downtown: 8-10am
2.  Sweet Adeline’s, at 1120 Huffman Rd, Suite 4 (in the mall at Huffman and Old Seward): 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.

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