Artisan Bread

You Probably Could Live on Our Bread Alone!

Do you remember the last time you ate artisan bread? Did you eat it all on its own or with a little bit of butter? Or did you use it to make a gourmet sandwich? Whichever way you enjoyed it one thing is for certain, artisan bread is in a class all its own and completes our meals with soul-soothing experiences unlike any other.

Our artisan breads offer robust tastes with crispy crusts that complement any dinner. You can quickly identify our artisan bread by looking for the paper wrapper. Varieties include French, Demi French, Potato Scallion, Country White, Garlic Asiago, Ciabatta, Sourdough, Farm and Italian.

Caring for Your Bread

Keep artisan bread in a paper bag to retain the bread’s crispy texture. Do not refrigerate as this will draw out the moisture, causing it to go stale sooner. If you don’t plan on eating your artisan bread right away, remove it from the paper bag. Double bag the loaf in plastic and freeze it. Extra plastic bags are available in the bakery.

To defrost your bread, pre-heat your oven to 350 degrees F and remove bread from plastic bags. Bake for 5 minutes then remove from the oven and let it rest for a few minutes (it’s hot!). Eat and enjoy!

Our everyday breads are soft and chewy, making them perfect for gourmet sandwich making. You can quickly identify our everyday bread by the poly bag it comes in. Varieties include Cracked Wheat, Rye, Marble Rye, Pumpernickel, Ukrainian, Soda Bread, Rolls and Buns.