From Business: Founded in 1984, Du four Pastry Kitchens offers a range of bakery products for clubs, restaurants, hotels, food stores and supermarkets. Ordering from your favorite restaurant is even easier than eating.
Just ordered me some grub, and I tell you, you folks make that part of my life easy. @mangafox Made my first Grubhub order today.
So great to be able to order food and not have to talk to anyone. @MissJenniPants Shout out to Grubhub for making my life so easy.
Ana says: Delicious bakery and desserts well packed, fast and happy! Dishes include: Tuna Salad with Lettuce and Tomato Salad Sandwich, Florentine Omelette Platter, Espresso Shot.
Next delivery at 5:30pm. Dishes include: Manhattan Avenue Wrap, Veggie Quesadilla, El Ranchers Wrap. Looking for the best quality, without spending an arm and a leg.
Need a wedding cake, prefer a Dominican bakery. The Dominican lady at the bakery had my large café con Lethe ready for me before I asked.
Then I rear ended someone today on the FDR, and he kept… We’re always thinking of new ways to satisfy your craving for delicious fresh bread.
Check out our selection of tasty breads, delectable cakes, refreshing teas, and coffee brewed at the perfect temperature. Convenient “Personal Pizza” size that suits everyone's taste being a healthy option.
Our Entire Product line including breads and bagels, custom cakes and pies are available in our retail outlet shop. Our Products are available at select Kings Food Market locations.
It’s a little French Bakery with pastries, fresh bread, a few kinds of sandwiches, and some of the largest merengues we’ve seen. We have bakers onsite who prepare our goods fresh daily, so our products are just out of the oven when our doors open at 9:00 AM. Our selection includes:• Westphalia Sourdough Rye (Bauernbrot)• German Rye (Mischbrot)• Pumpernickel Bread Whole Grain Breads (Folklore, 7-Grain, So vital)• French Bread (Baguette & Pan)• Pretzels (Traditional, Rolls, & Sticks)• Assorted German Brötchen Also Cake Layers (Tortenboden), Sweet Pretzels, & Braids (Of)Hess is more than just a bakery.
The Edison-Bow area in Skagit County is one of Washington’s best spots for local foodies. From the farm fresh produce, eggs and meat to the abundance of local seafood, it’s easy to find a delicious meal (or three) in these tiny towns.
While we continue to feature destinations that make our state wonderful, please take proper precautions or add them to your bucket list to see at a later date. Since 2003, the team has been hard at work baking treats made from locally sourced, mostly organic ingredients.
The breads are made fresh daily using long fermentation practices and the best possible quality ingredients. Jessica Wick is a writer and travel enthusiast who loves exploring new places, meeting new people and, of course, beautiful Big Sky Country and every part of Washington State.
You haven’t really had bread until you’ve eaten a slice of this homemade deliciousness. But the best part has to be the passionate baker, Christa, who sells them all over SF (most notably in Dolores Park).
A little slice of Nova Scotia in the Mile High City. There’s nothing like an old-school doughnut, but Neil’s “New York-style” mega-sized versions give this classic a new meaning.
You can’t miss the “Dutch Letters.” (Well, they’re really only one letter: “S.” But the puff pastry wrapped around moist almond paste filling will have you believing the alphabet’s 25 letters too long.) Tucked right next to Idaho’s Sawtooth Mountains and the Salmon River, this place will convince you there is nowhere more picturesque to chow down on some of the best cinnamon rolls you’ve ever had.
But since that’s not quite possible, we’ll opt for one of the decadent Chubby Tubby caramel cookies instead. The butterscotch latte, homemade croissant and pig in a (fancy) blanket might just change your life.
Sure, you can order pie by the slice, but why not just get the whole damn thing? The smell of fresh-baked bread will draw you into this warm and welcoming eatery.
But the unexpectedly gourmet dinner menu (think: carrot and saffron grotto with mussels, scallops and rock fish) and glorious dessert menu (all the cakes, please) will make you want to move in forever. Here, everything is made by hand, locally sourced and baked on premise in the stone oven.
But if that doesn’t sell you, maybe the fact that the pastry chef is a two-time World Baking Cup (La Coupe Du Mode DE la Boulangerie) champion will. Don’t fret, this place also happens to be known for its veggie fare, including a spinach, broccoli and cabbage pie.
Buy some pimento cheese, a loaf of bread and some olive salad and have your own little picnic in the backyard garden. This spot doesn’t mess around: It uses locally milled flour and eggs gathered from locally raised, organically fed chickens.
(It might even inspire you to eat your treat locally at the counter before you pay.) Call us Goldilocks, but any place that can make the perfect cappuccino art to complement a fresh-baked bear claw is a winner in our book.
Banana bread, biscuits, cookies, kouign-amanns, pies, scones and sticky buns are just some meticulously prepared baked goods offered here (it also has a gluten-free assortment). These tiny cakes are topped with creamy fillings and then hand-dipped and decorated in chocolate panache.
This right here, folks, is a Canadian bacon, egg and cheese-stuffed croissant. Filled with fruit (like raspberry, apple or cherry) or something more savory (like sausage and cheese), this Eastern European pastry is something everyone should try at least once.
Made from a family recipe for Cuban Picadillo, these sweet and savory, flaky and buttery puff pastries are seriously addictive. We’ll take one fresh apple tart with stressed hot out of the oven, please.