The closer we got to the King Arthur Flour The Baker's Store in Norwich Vermont the heavier my foot got on the gas pedal. Mary Ocean Breezes and Country Sneezes, my sister Ann and I made the one hour and forty-five minute drive this past Saturday. We had a ball. I bought three loaves of bread. Mmmm delicious, a honey wheat, whole wheat and a baguette.
There were shelves upon shelves of everything you could use for baking, dough making and decorating cakes and cookies.
I couldn't wait to purchase the pure citrus oils. A few drops in frosting and cake batters brings the flavor of your baked goods to a whole other level.
As soon as school is out I am going to make my grilled pizza with this specialty pizza dough. Just a little teaspoon or two of the pizza dough flavor in the dough gives the pizza an authentic pizzeria flavor.
I hope I have enough sanding sugar.
Both the honey wheat and whole wheat made excellent toast. We dipped the baguette immediately in extra virgin olive oil and herbs when I got home. Slurp, drip, all gone. Some other things I bought but didn't post about are Boiled Cider, Dutch Cocoa, Cappuccino Chips, Fiori di Sicilia, and a gigantic cooling rack for my cakes and cookies. We decided to go back in the fall when the foliage turns. Woo Hoo, I can't wait!!!