Home Style & Sandwich: Identical recipes, different only in size. These basic white breads make the best Peanut Butter & Jelly sandwiches you’ll ever taste. Honest.
Italian: Authentic, hearth-baked bread with a crispy crust and the distinctive crack down the center. How about fried capicola, provolone, and an over-easy egg grilled on two slices of this fabulous creation? Or if that’s too much, butter it up and dunk it in sweetened coffee with cream.
Italian Twist: Kind of like the Italian only braided and brushed with a light egg wash before baking. This loaf makes a lovely display bread for buffets and is also just really good to eat. Really good.
French: Ooo lala! The crust of this bread is oh so delicate and easy to slice – perfect for bruschetta or petite sandwiches. It’s baked to a lovely golden brown via the egg wash and comes with or without sesame seeds. Great for garlic bread, too!
Whole Wheat: Heart-healthy is in. And this bread flies out the door, so come early. It boasts a medium to rough texture and is lightly sweetened with all-natural honey and of course, is a good source of all-natural fiber. Your doctor will be pleased.
Regular Rye: Don’t let the name fool you. This is no regular bread. Caraway seeds add true authentic flavor to this favorite. Can you say “Reuben Sandwich?” Also available without seeds!
Marble Rye: Don’t be afraid. Pumpernickel is your friend. We know it sounds a little scary if you’ve never tried it, but it’s not nearly as “dark” as it sounds or looks. And combined with our Rye, it’s an absolute work of art. We know your mouth is watering.
Bohemian Rye (Pumpernickel): Another authentic specialty bread. Use your imagination. Serve hearty soup with this bread and your guests will worship you forever. And then they’ll ask you for the recipe and you’ll have to make something up. How about using this for one of those bread-bowl appetizers? Spinach dip in the middle? Your party guests will be pleased.
German Bauern Rye Bread (6 Grain): Talk about exotic… and healthy! This bread is made from a 6-grain flour that originated in Europe. The grains include wheat, oats, rye, corn, barley and millet. Find a recipe for Guinness Beef Stew (just Google it) and you are going to be the talk of the town.
Old Country: What more can we say? This is what your grandparents baked. And ate, of course. This is the kind of bread that has cornmeal on the bottom. Remember?
English Muffin: Made with enriched wheat flour and rolled in corn meal, this bread has the same taste and texture as its namesake but is much easier to toast. Serve with honey, butter and jelly, or… how about some Eggs Benedict?
French Chateau: A very hearty creation, this unique bread is made from a distinctly different dough than regular French Bread. We use crunched oatmeal and honey in this recipe. Its hearth baked on a bed of cornmeal and brushed with a light egg wash on top.
Egg Bread: This bread is made with lots of eggs (real, of course), milk and sugar. Think of it as dessert. Have you ever made bread pudding? If you haven’t, start now and use this bread.
Raisin Bread: This offering is similar to our Egg Bread recipe but includes some special ingredients like juicy, plump raisins. Butter it and enjoy for a meal, a snack or a dessert-like treat. It’s also great toasted and buttered with a nice cup of hot tea.
Veggie Garden Bread: One of our favorites, and a new product, this bread is made with a special blend of a variety of flours and vegetables including carrots, red bell pepper, spinach, sunflower seeds, barley flakes, celery, oats, malt, mint and spices. Pardon me, but I’m going to make myself a grilled cheese sandwich. On this bread, of course! Bon appetite!