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Whole Wheat, Pagnotta, Baguettes, scones and granola of course.
Now that it’s market season again, we’ll be baking every day but Monday. I’ll be delivering Pagnotta, Whole Wheat, Baguettes, 3 Berry scones, and Raspberry White Chocolate scones today.
Our first market of the season is the Bowen Road Farmer’s Market, this Wednesday, May 15th, at Beban Park. We’ll be there from 4pm-6:30pm, with our usual assortment of bread, scones, and granola. And of course we’ll be at the … Continue reading
Due to an incident on the Gabriola ferry early this morning, the ferry has been out of service all day. Our usual Wednesday deliveries of bread, scones, and granola to our various outlets in Nanaimo will have to wait until … Continue reading
For your enjoyment on Saturday, we’ll deliver a grand assortment of fresh bread and scones to Village Food Market. You can look forward to Baguettes, Pagnotta, Honey Sunflower, Rye, Olive & Rosemary, Apricot Ginger, 100% Spelt Pecan Plum, Granola, 3 … Continue reading
Fresh bread, scones, and granola being delivered to Village Food Market, Old City Organics, and Island Natural today. You could also sample our bread with a fantastic meal at Hilltop Bistro! Have a great Wednesday!
Village Food Market, Old City Organics, Island Natural, Hilltop Bistro, and The Old Crow Cafe. What are we delivering? Baguettes, Pagnotta, Honey Sunflower, Rye, 100% Spelled Pecan Plum, Olive Rosemary, Granola, 3 Berry scones, Raspberry Dark Chocolate scones, and Pumpkin … Continue reading
Fresh out of the oven: Pagnotta, Baguettes, 60% Whole Wheat, and scones! On their way to Village Food Market.
Delivering Christmas Stollen to Village Foods this morning. Even larger than last year! People in Nanaimo can swing by the Green Thumb Garden Centre tomorrow and pick some up.
Be sure to make time on Saturday, December 8th for the Christmas Farmer’s Market at the Green Thumb Garden Centre in Nanaimo (6261 Hammond Bay Road). We will be there with Christmas Stollen, Garibaldi cookies, Granola, scones, and bread. The … Continue reading