There are finally enough apples and apple cider around to bake the Apple Harvest bread we were baking last fall. I had planned to use local apples in it this year, but there was a miscommunication and I ended up at the coop buying their dried organic apples. The cider we used, however, is local and was pressed yesterday. The bread is sure to be delicious. And its beautiful too — triangular shaped with thin slices of apple as a garnish baked on top of the crust.
The weather forecasts are predicting rain for Saturday so we baked a less than usual. Hopefully we’ll have the right amount for the market, but if the rain holds off we’ll probably be sold out early.
This week there is no Semolina and the Walnut raisin returns to replace the Hazelnut Raisin we’ve had the last couple weeks. The Apple Harvest bread replaces the Tomato Basil. Other than that, your usual favorites will be at the market. The coop with have Baguette, Seed, Poilane and Walnut Raisin as well as a constant supply of the cookies. If they are out on the shelf, ask someone to check in back. There are usually some there.
Hope to see you at the market!