Sweeter Offerings

Sweeter Offerings


Apple Strudel — The finest hand-pulled apple strudel in the High Country. Tart Granny Smith apples, lemon juice and zest, brown sugar and cinnamon, toasted almonds or pine nuts, melted butter and sourdough bread crumbs. Priced by the serving. Contact me for details.

 

 

Chocolate Babka —A traditional Jewish sweet bread. Think butter, eggs and sugar held together by a small amount of flour, then filled with Ghirardelli dark chocolate. Slice it open and it screams for coffee. Try it as French toast for a particularly decadent treat. $8.00

Cinnamon Walnut Babka — Not a ‘lesser’ babka, this bread has an intense, warm filling made of cinnamon and toasted walnuts. $8.00

French Country Chocolate Cherry — Sourdough made richer with the addition of dark cocoa, Ghirardelli Dark Chocolate chips, and dried cherries. Decadent and rich without a sugar rush. Try this warmed or toasted with a smear of Nutella, or a generous serving of plain chevre. 1#-$6.00 2#-$10.00

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  1. Jo Sorrell
    June 27, 2011 at 8:07 am | #1

    Someone shared your chocolate babka and I would like to visit your bakery but not sure how you do business other than the farmer’s market. She mentioned that you may be connected with the food co op that meets at Bare Essentials each Tuesday in the summer. Will you let me know how I might purchase some of your products?
    Jo

    • owlcreekbreadworks
      June 27, 2011 at 9:53 am | #2

      Jo,
      I’m glad you enjoyed the babka. We don’t have a retail storefront, just a bakeshop where we do the work. Regulations won’t allow for us to have visitors in the shop. We are connected with the CSA but not on a weekly basis. Bare Essentials carries a line of our breads and we deliver there on Friday. Farmers Markets – Wednesday morning in the K-mart parking lot, Thursday afternoon in Blowing Rock, and Boone on Saturday of course. We also bake to order and deliver. If you’d like to be added to our email list I’d be glad to do that.

      Thanks,
      Bruce

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