bakeries

Before we learned to cook, we baked. We’d bake for our brothers who could gobble up a pan of brownies before the pan cooled. And endless batches of chocolate chip cookies placed in alternating rows of 3s and 2s to maximize space on the baking sheet.

Then we dreamed, like so many others, about having our own bakery/coffee shop. But wise folks have reminded us over the years about the delusional allure of rising at the crack of dawn every day to make the same muffin recipe. So….we are good and loyal patrons to many bakeries. Here are a list of some of the ones we love:

Guelph – Polestar Hearth Bread and The Bakery

Worcester Birch Tree Bread, On the Rise and Crust

BostonTatte

New York City The City Bakery and Levain

CJR

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3 thoughts on “bakeries

  1. alison clarke

    HR i’m not sure i understand your love affair with Tatte. Sure everything looks spectacular, but feels like i am paying a pretty hefty premium for some artistically arranged nuts (which, in my, granted only, experience weren’t toasted or esp fresh.) Sure Beacon Hill is cool. But what about flour? Or biscuit in Somerville?

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