August Specials

Bread of the Month

Jewish Rye

Saveur magazine called it “America’s best rye.” Our Bread of the Month is also one of the building blocks of a famous Zingerman’s Delicatessen Reuben. Traditional Jewish rye bread is an endangered species these days. Our rye bread is made with plenty of rye flour, a natural sour starter, and lots of time for the flavors to develop in the dough. Believe it or not, most "rye bread" sold in America has hardly any rye flour in it. This month Jewish rye loaves are a special price. Was $7.29, Now $4.95.
Cake of the Month

Boston Cream Pie

In spite of its name, Boston Cream Pie is in fact a cake and happens to be the official dessert of Massachusetts. It was created in the 1800's at the Parker House hotel in Boston, also famous for their Parker House rolls. Our Boston Cream Pie is two layers of moist vanilla chiffon cake, filled with fresh vanilla bean pastry cream, covered in a thin layer of vanilla buttercream and rich dark chocolate ganache. Take one bite and you'll know why it has a whole state so devoted to it. Please store this cake in the refrigerator; enjoy chilled or at room temperature. This month all Boston Cream Pies are 20% off.
Summer Lovin'
Orange & Date Scone

The combination of freshly milled, whole grain, hard red spring and soft white wheat flour gives this special scone beautiful color, a slightly nutty and earthy flavor with a hint of sweetness. The orange zest adds a bright and fruity contrast to the earthiness of the grain. The date pieces add rich, unctuous treats to the experience.

Country Peach Pie

There’s a lot of love that goes into making this pie. We start with an all-butter crust made with high extraction flour from Janie’s Mill, then fill it to the brim with fresh, juicy peaches, a little sugar, and a touch of vanilla bean. All this goodness is crowned with another layer of flaky all-butter crust. Simple and delicious. 

True North bread now available daily

This mildly sour, naturally leavened bread is packed with organic high extraction wheat flour and has become a favorite of Bakehouse staff and customers alike.

August Cupcakes

-Blueberries & Cream Stuffed Cupcakes
-Chocolate Cupcakes with Vanilla Swiss Buttercream
-Buttermilk Cupcakes with Passionfruit Lemon Swiss Buttercream
-OMG Stuffed Cupcakes
-Strawberry Lemonade Cupcakes

August Pies

-Perky Pecan
-Cheery Cherry Pie
-Go Blue! Berry Pie
-Key Lime Pie
-Country Peach

One more month for these summer favorites!

-Sweet Cream Biscuits
-Jake’s Cake Angel Food
-Blueberry Buckle

Special Bakes

chernushka rye bread 8/19 & 8/20
Chewy traditional Jewish rye with chernushka seeds, also known as black caraway or nigella seeds. They give the loaf, and your sandwich, a nice peppery like flavor. This one definitely has a following.

small summer fling coffee cake 8/26
Load up on this warm-weather favorite. A flirty version of one of our favorite forms of pastry—the coffee cake—that’s chock-full of coconut and lip-lickin' lime. It has a moist fragrant inside and a toasty coconut crust outside. Doubles as breakfast or dessert.

new yorker onion roll 9/2 & 9/3
Fire up the grill and make that burger truly epic. We mix sweet caramelized onion and poppy seed throughout the dough, then fill the center with even more delicious onion & poppy mixture. A treasure in each roll! Get a bag or two. Load your freezer up and be ready for grilling season!

bialys 9/6
This is our version of the traditional bialy that hails from Bialystok, Poland. They're crispy and chewy rolls with a center of slow-roasted onions and poppy seeds. They look a little like bagels, but they're different. Bagels are boiled before baking and of course, have a hole through the middle. Bialys are not boiled but still hand-shaped and stone hearth-baked and have a delicious impression to hold that savory center. You can certainly eat them the same way you would a bagel though. Enjoy!

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