For our bakery, there are really two seasons. “Farmers market season” just ended with our last appearance at the Marquette Farmers market October 30th. Now we are beginning “Holiday Season”. The first holiday of of the season isn’t nationally recognized, but around here, it’s more important than many that are nationally recognized. November 15th is the opening day of Michigan’s firearm deer season. We aren’t doing anything in particular to celebrate it, but we are expecting a lot a lot of people to stock up on bread, cinnamon rolls and other goodies to take to deer camp. We are baking extra, but if you want to be sure to get your supplies, please call ahead and we’ll set your order aside for you.
From there to Thanksgiving is a little over a week. It’s time to start getting in your orders for dinner rolls. We’ll be open on thanksgiving day only from 9am until noon, and we’ll only filling orders that are placed in advance. Along with the French Rolls we bake everyday, we will also have Cracked Wheat Rolls and Dark Rye Rolls. It also doesn’t need to be limited to rolls. Epi Baguettes and Sun Breads are also wonderful for shared meal. Let us know what you are looking for and we’ll do our best to make it happen.